Rick is founder of All Saints Company and co-founder of St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church. Rick has offers an extraordinary ability to synthesize modern church growth models with patristic theology and practice. He realized his life-long dream to found a church on the teaching of the Cappadocian theologians with the founding of St. Gregory of Nyssa in 1978, which has developed an international reputation for participatory worship. His congregational music compositions appear in Episcopal Church service books and others. A highly-regarded liturgical scholar, he is a member of the international Societas Liturgica and the North American Academy of Liturgy. He continues to lecture and write.
Over the past 30 years, Donald has founded and developed the urban congregation of St. Gregory’s from an organizing dozen members to a parish with national recognition for its innovative approaches to liturgy and mission and its teaching contribution to the wider church. In 2007, Donald joined All Saints Company full time in order to consult, publish, and lead workshops on the discoveries made at St. Gregory’s. Donald has written My Father, My Daughter: Pilgrims on the Road to Santiago and has contributed chapters to Searching for Sacred Space, to What Would Jesus Sing? and to Music By Heart: Paperless Songs for Evening Worship.
Matthew’s work is centered around coordinating and producing conferences and publications for All Saints Company. He holds master’s degrees in theology and music from Oxford, Harvard, and Boston Universities, and also works as the Director of Music Ministry at Christ Episcopal Church in Portola Valley, California. He was the Managing Editor of The Harvard University Hymn Book (Harvard University Press, 2007), and was formerly Director of Music at Harvard Divinity School. Within the Episcopal Diocese of California, he serves on the Liturgy and Music Commission and is an elected Lay Delegate to Diocesan Convention
Dan brings his life long love of music and theology along with an MBA to the task of administration for All Saints Company. A Masters of Divinity graduate from Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP), he is an active member of St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, San Francisco, Vice President of Oasis California, and a candidate for Holy Orders in the Diocese of California. Prior to relocating to the Bay Area for seminary, he participated in the design and implementation of the contemporary Come and See liturgy and the Voices communication project at St. Philip's in the Hills parish in Tucson, Arizona. Dan's commitment to liturgy, music and mission mesh nicely with All Saints Company's vision.