Who We Are

Jesus invites us to join His family.

Becoming part of All Saints is an invitation to a way of life.


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Our Anglican Identity

We are committed to following Jesus Christ through the demonstration and proclamation of the Good News of the Gospel to the whole creation. Our way of life is founded on Holy Scripture and the pattern of the “one, holy, catholic and apostolic church”.  The Scripture is “God’s Word written”, affirmed in the creeds of the historic church, and are interpreted in light of Christian tradition. To be an Anglican, then, is not to embrace a unique version of Christianity, but a distinct way of being a “Mere Christian,” at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled.

Our Anglican Practice

We are a liturgical people, responding to God and to one another. We live and worship in the ebb and flow of the historical Church
calendar. Our pattern of daily prayer and sacramental worship incorporates everyone as participants, actively engaging the best of
the ancient Christian faith. We find great strength and comfort praying and worshipping in congruence with millions of other Christians, both globally and historically

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Our Anglican Affiliations

All Saints Holland is part of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes (ADGL).

All Saints Holland and the ADGL are part of The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

Our Story

All Saints Holland emerged in the winter of 2012 as a small group of families and a deacon gathering in an upper room chapel in a
converted garage for simple Sunday worship informed by the liturgy in The Book of Common Prayer. In 2013, with our newly ordained priest and a few more families, our gatherings became a weekly Eucharist, daily morning prayers, and daily evening vespers. More families joined us; also college students, young singles, empty-nesters, and retirees. Our few families had become many and
so we began to form purposeful fellowships to care for one another.

In 2018, it was clear we needed more space for weekly worship, so we moved our Sunday Eucharist down the street to a 100-year old sanctuary; some of our gatherings and meetings, our offices, and daily prayers remained in the garage-chapel. The heart of our
life together was still centered in living rooms, lingering in parks or driveways, and over cups of coffee and dinner tables.

In 2020, to accommodate a growing staff and to refocus the chapel building as a place of prayer and spiritual formation, the church
office moved to share a renovated office above a great pizza joint.

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Our Vision and Values

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We Welcome


Hospitality is the front door to faith, the living room that we grow in, and the workbench for evangelism. We share life together in a living community which encourages communion, mutual care, and a variety of gifts. We swap our stories and pray, we eat together, celebrate and mourn together, and we serve together.


Baptism is birth into the body of Christ. By it, the Holy Spirit scrubs our sin and guilt and makes us new. That’s a lot, but that’s not all. It gives you an instant family. When someone is baptized, regardless of their age, a promise is made. As we do life together, we fulfill the promises of God in Baptism, to bring us all home.

We Shape


We abide in God’s presence daily,
prayerfully honoring and encouraging an
uncomplicated, contemplative, and creative everyday life.
Relationships are the foundation for
love and essential for maturity in Christ
— they are the network that the Holy
Spirit moves through. And so, we gather
in smaller groups to talk, pray, listen,
and encourage one another so we can
continually align our lives with God’s.
We also grow and learn more formally
through the Catechism (a fancy word for
learning stuff about being a Christian),
and by incorporating habits and practices (rule of life/disciplines) that help us
grow and be transformed.


When we gather for worship, we enter together into the presence of God by giving thanks (Eucharist).  We worship through the Word (feeding on the Bible) and Sacrament (nourished by Christ in Holy Communion) - and are sent back into the world again. Eucharist is joyful feasting on bread and wine-the body and blood of Christ given for us, and received in faith. It is Jesus offering himself to us, so that we may live and love fully and freely.

We Send

Reaching Out

The natural and abundant overflow of the generous love of God results in a rich life of service and mission. Together and individually we seek to bless others with generosity of our time, our talents, and our cash.  Well, none of it is “ours”, it all belongs to God and we get to share.


After you’ve been baptized (joined the family) and catechized (shaped by living and learning ‘the stuff’ of being a Christian) you may be ready to receive another gift from the Holy Spirit. In Confirmation, we make a mature profession of faith (before the Bishop and congregation) and publicly renew the vows and promises made at baptism.  The Bishop lays on hands, prays, and we are blessed and empowered to live and serve as a full disciple. We are people who seek to grow up into the full measure of Christ (Eph. 4:13). Confirmation is like being ordained for a life of Christian mission. And mission is right where we are, right now.


Ordination (Holy Orders) is a vocation and formation process that culminates in the laying on of the bishop’s hands with prayer, confirming the gifts and calling of the candidates, consecrating them, and granting them authority to serve Christ and his Church as a deacon or priest. As a local church, we are committed to grow healthy servant leaders within our community of formation, and we have a Curacy to shape leaders for faithful, ordained service to Christ and His church.



Fr. Brian Wolthuis

Brian first knew a call to pioneering work in late college as he was meeting his wife and best friend, Amy. He was immersed in the revival season at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and in the Vineyard Movement, where he began to discern a calling to ministry and church planting. After graduating from Hope College with a degree with Art & Philosophy, and marrying his beautiful bride, Brian completed a pastoral training internship at Lakeshore Vineyard and then served as an associate Pastor, living on rice, beans, and ramen noodles.  In 1999, he and Amy resigned from their work to explore more simple ways to be the church. This journey took them to California and back to learn community with a band of Jesus-followers under the leadership of Todd Hunter.Once back in Holland, Brian and Amy dove into a life of organic and practical ministry and sacrificial hospitality.  Brian became a licensed builder to bring home the bacon, helped start three different businesses with missional intent, planted and pastored a house church for seven years, founded 3-Sixty (a neighbor-led nonprofit), and started a family.  The intensity of these years (whew!) led a deep re-evaluation in 2008-09. Since, he has sought to learn and live a more centered and sustainable life.  This turning taught him how to pray and rest, lean on Grace and the Holy Spirit, laugh more, and toward the discovery of his true vocation as an Anglican Priest. Brian was ordained as a Priest in the summer of 2013, while planting All Saints Anglican Church.  He, his wife Amy, and four dynamic and creative teens, continue to live in the core of Holland, MI.  This is still where they are working out their faith through loving neighbors, building disciples and learning how to cook a mean rice & bean bowl, sometimes now with bacon.

Operations Director and Lay Catechist

Jake Norris

An Iowa farm kid by birth (and God’s grace), Jake moved to Chicago in 2006 for college and stuck around for 12 years. In that span of time, he played in some punk bands, met his lovely wife, Taylor, got married, worked for mental healthcare providers, and had two kids (Navy and Crosby). Along the way, Jake and Taylor found a home within Anglicanism at Redeemer Anglican Church. In 2014, Jake became a Lay Catechist, responsible for pastoral care and mission in their neighborhood of Rogers Park. In 2017, Jake and Taylor discerned a call with a core team to plant a new congregation in Rogers Park. In October 2018, Jake and Taylor planted Rogers Park Anglican and began a rich season of discipleship, community, and mission in the neighborhood they loved so much. However, God had more in store. In the summer of 2018, God would call them to Holland, Michigan, to be closer to Taylor’s family, but also to the mission and life of All Saints Holland! Jake is privileged to serve the All Saints family in a variety of ways.

Deacon, Curate and Church Planter

Rev. Kris Rolls

I’m a West Michigan native and married my wife, Emily, in 2010. We have two boys Levi and Luke. There’s nothing more exciting to me than the faithfulness of Jesus Christ and the outbreaking of new-creation realities when the Body of Christ inhabits the gospel story. As an “evangelical on the Canterbury trail”, I fell in love with the prayer book and historic patterns of Christian worship during my studies in seminary. Before entering ministry, I spent time working in the academy and Christian publishing. You can typically find me muttering to myself in front of a bookcase, playing Star Wars with my toddlers, or enjoying a tasty adult beverage… for discipleship reasons of course. Send me an email! I’d love to connect.

Lay Catechist

Tim West

Tim is a grateful recipient of God’s grace, a husband, and a father. By day he serves the church as an editor for a Christian publisher. A native Tennessean, he enjoys the temperate Michigan summers but wishes they would last a bit longer!

Operations Coordinator

Melissa Rosin

A lifelong Michigander, and a Hollander for 30-some years, I bring a female’s point of view, grammar policing with a wicked red pen, and the wisdom of age – or maybe just age – to the team. My husband Tim and I met while in Zion Lutheran Church’s youth group in Kalamazoo and were married in Zion, too; we joined the Vineyard movement for a time, and then waited three long years for Brian to plant All Saints. We’re now fully committed LutherAnglicans. Tim and I have raised, learned with, laughed and cried with, applauded and agonized over two thoroughly wonderful adult children: a sailor and a farmer.

Deacon and Church Planter

Rev. Daniel Day

I’m “kind-of” country (without the accent), and live on a hobby farm with my wife Rebecca and three kiddos. My wife and I stumbled into Anglicanism in 2011 at International Anglican Church in Colorado Springs, and in 2019 were led by God to join Kris Rolls in planting an Anglican Church in Grand Rapids. I’ve been especially moved by Eugene Peterson’s book: A long Obedience In The Same Direction and Rev. Matt Canlis’ documentary: “Godspeed: The Pace of Being Known.” I’m also the author of a few books (Whats Next, Intentional Christian, and Ten Days Without), and spend the week podcasting, writing, and developing content for Our Daily Bread Ministries. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Appalachian State University and a Master’s Degree in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary.  If you’re wondering  what I’m up to right now, I could be milking sheep, playing Settlers of Catan with my family, pressing fresh cider, or watching A River Runs Through It (again). 


Jason Mejeur, Senior Warden

Elisabeth Bauman

Chris Mumford, Treasurer

Shannon Dykstra

Aaron Franzen, Junior Warden

John Morrow