Meet our staff
The Rev. Michael Fry, Rector (Senior Pastor)
Fr. Michael was called to be All Saints’ first priest in November of 2007. Prior to coming to Georgia, he served parishes in Texas and California for thirteen years. He has a degree in Economics and Philosophy from the University of Michigan, a Masters in Divinity from Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA, and a Masters in Theology from Oxford University in England (St. Stephen’s House). Prior to ministry, he worked for the IBM Corporation for six years in Florida and Illinois. Michael and his wife Elizabeth were married in 1993 and have four adult children – Jonathan, Madeline, Andrew & William.
The Rev. Don Hutchens, Associate Priest
Fr. Don Hutchens is the Associate Priest for Pastoral Care and Outreach. Fr. Don and his wife, Nancy, have been married for over 45 years and have three children and two grandchildren. The Hutchens’ were drawn to worship through liturgy first in the Roman Church and were confirmed in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. After an extensive career in business, Fr. Don attended seminary at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN and first served as Rector of an Episcopal church in Darlington, Maryland. He then moved to Americus, GA where he led Calvary Episcopal Church for four years. He left the Episcopal Church to establish St. John’s Anglican church in Americus, GA.
The Rev. Alan Hansen, Associate Priest
Fr. Alan Hansen focuses in the areas of Christian Discipleship and Spiritual Growth. Fr. Alan and his wife, Teresa, have been married for 36 years and have three children and three grandchildren. Fr. Alan was ordained in 1982 and served congregations in Florida and Kentucky. In 2002, Fr. Alan was elected President and CEO of ACTS 29 Ministries in Atlanta where he developed over 50 hours of materials regarding congregational development including: leadership training, healing, lay ministry, stewardship, evangelism, the Holy Spirit and strategic planning. He traveled extensively for over 10 years bringing these teachings to the church through weekends, retreats, clergy continuing education, and teaching at two seminaries.
The Rev. Joey Fitzgerald, Associate Priest, St. Barnabas
Fr. Joey grew up in Marietta and graduated from the University of Georgia. After years of teaching art in the Public school, coaching swimming and cross country, and working in Youth Ministry, he and his wife Brandie felt that God was calling him to seminary. In 2008 they moved their family to Wilmore, KY so that Joey could work on his Masters of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. He graduated in 2011 and served for 4 years at Truro Anglican Church in Farifax, VA as the Associate Pastor for Family Ministries. In 2015 he became the rector of Church of the Outer Banks in Nags Head, NC. In January 2021 he and his family moved Newnan, GA to begin planting St. Barnabas Anglican Church. He is currently working on his Doctorate of Ministry, and is the author and illustrator of The Nicene Creed Illustrated and Instructed for Kids. He has been married to Brandie since 1999, and they have four amazing kids; Sam, Jack, Luke, and Lila.
Missy Harris, Office Administrator
Missy joined All Saints in October 2018 as the Office Administrator and has been a resident of Fayetteville since 2003. Prior to joining All Saints, she worked as office manager for a local oral surgeon. Prior to that she worked for local city and county governments. She and her husband Keith have two children—Dalton and Mason.
Allene Jones, Financial Manager
Allene is a native Atlantan and a founding member of All Saints Anglican Church. She joined the ASAC staff in 2017 as the Financial Manager/Treasurer. She also serves as a member of the Anglican Diocese of the South Finance Committee.
Shannon Bryan, Music Director
Shannon is a classically trained musician, who started playing piano at the age of five and continued to study music through college. She obtained a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at Georgia Southern University and a Master of Music from The University of Miami where she studied Music Media and Industry. Shannon has performance experience with community arts organizations and churches that spans more than 20 years. In her private practice, she has more than 50 piano and violin students of all ages. She and her husband have two children and live in Tyrone.
Jessica Greiner, Youth & Family Ministry Director
Jessica currently serves as the Youth and Family Ministry Director, as well as Canon for Youth and Family Ministry for the Anglican Diocese of the South. For the past ten+ years at All Saints, her foundational goal has been teaching youth, but more importantly, equipping parents to disciple their children. As the Family Ministry Director, Jessica is responsible for shaping children and student ministries in the areas of education, discipleship, mission, and outreach. She directs her ministry staff as a relational, team leader, who believes in empowering them to serve in God’s life-changing love and grace. Prior to her call to ministry, Jessica served as a Logistics Analyst for the U.S. Army Reserve Command as well as serving as a Human Resources Director.
Kelley Meyers, Children's Ministry Assistant
Kelley is an elementary school teacher in Coweta County and is passionate about working with children. She grew up in Fayetteville and graduated from Fayette County High School, has a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, and is pursuing a master's degree from the University of West Georgia. Kelley spearheads the Children's Chapel program at All Saints and is actively involved in many other aspects of Family Ministry. She lives in Newnan with her husband, Mike and their two children.
Sarah Langley, Youth Ministry Assistant
Sarah Langley was born and raised in Savannah Georgia where she attended an Episcopal church. She attended Berry College and received a degree in education. She has taught all subjects in grades fifth through eighth. She moved to the Fayetteville area shortly after college and married Chris Langley.
Tracy Macdonough, Children's Caregiver
Andrea Caldwell, Nursery Director
Andrea was born in Bolivia but grew up in Northern Virginia. She lives in Sharpsburg with her husband, Drew, whom she met while on active duty in the US Air Force, and their two teenagers, Isaiah and Bella. Andrea has a passion for education, children, and serving the Lord. She has homeschooled her children, taught math to children of all ages and actively served in children’s ministry. She earned a BS in Psychology with an emphasis on Christian counseling from Liberty University. Andrea is a strong supporter of pro-life groups and spent a number of years helping the Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center as a volunteer and staff member.