For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus’ sake

(2 Cor 4:5)

Father Peter Jon Gillquist, Pastor

Rev. Fr. Peter Jon Gillquist, Pastor

Fr Peter Jon has served as senior pastor at All Saints Since 2006. 

Born in Tennessee and raised in California, Fr Peter Jon moved to Alaska after high school, where he spent 6 years working, fishing, praying, reading, writing, singing and learning about life in general. In 1999 he moved to Pennsylvania, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Biblical Studies from Geneva College. 

During this time he met his future wife, Kristina. A year into their marriage, they moved to New York where Fr Peter Jon received a Masters of Divinity degree from St Vladimir Theological Seminary. 

Fr Peter Jon was ordained to the holy diaconate in August 2005 and then to the holy priesthood on February 2, 2006 – the feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple. Later that year, Fr Peter Jon was assigned to All Saints in Bloomington, where he and Khouria Kristina raise their six children

Fr Seraphim Moslener

Father Seraphim
Fr Seraphim Moslener

Father Seraphim Moslener was ordained to the holy diaconate in 2012 and to the holy priesthood in 2017, having received a degree from the Antiochian House of Studies. 

Prior to this, he served as a Protestant Pastor for 39 years. He taught marriage and family counseling at the college level for 22 years and was in practice as a marriage and family therapist for 30 years. Together with his wife, Khouria Paraskeva, he has five children and eight grandchildren.

He was assigned as assistant pastor at All Saints in September 2019.

Dn Lawrence Baldwin

Dn. Lawrence faithfully served the Lord’s altar and the All Saints community in the holy diaconate beginning in 2003.  Prior to this, he served decades in the leadership of various local Protestant communities. 

Dn Lawrence retired from weekly liturgical ministry at All Saints in September 2019 but continues to be an integral part of the ministry to the faithful and a beacon of faith in the church.