All Saints parish is located just three miles off Interstate 25. At over 6000 feet of elevation she is in the high plains near the buttes of Southeastern Cheyenne, Wyoming with the Rocky Mountains also in view. Winds blow frequently but our spiritual life is anchored around the Seven Sacraments and historic Christian theology.

While the congregation was founded in 2002, All Saints’ rustic log building was opened by late 2007. Her structure was built by hand and primarily by three of her members on donated property, but much local generosity greatly aided the church’s completion. Set in “wide open spaces” All Saints’ cowboy design, from the old Spanish mission crucifix to tethering post and horse trough, settles one into America’s Western frontier and worshiping in the beauty of Holiness.

The Rev. Richard Andrews became vicar (pastor) of All Saints in December, 2008 succeeding her founding pastor, the Rev. Jeffrey Smith. Fr. Andrews is a retired lawyer from Chicagoland married to Anneliese, a professor of Computer Science. They have two children: Thomas, a Doctoral organ student in Lawrence, Kansas, and Rick, a film editor in Hollywood.

Liturgies at All Saints follow the classic post-Reformation Anglican prayer books, in particular the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer along with the English Oxford Movement’s The Anglican Missal. Most music for our liturgies comes from another classic: The 1940 Hymnal.

Please visit All Saints some Sunday morning. Experience the liturgy which produced most of our Founding Fathers, eleven United States Presidents, William Shakespeare, T.S. Eliot, C.S. Lewis, the King James’ Bible, as well as most of Western Christianity’s greatest music!

The Province of Christ the King
The Anglican Province of Christ the King (APCK) is a North American religious body in Sacramental Union with two other Provinces which all use classical Anglican Liturgy and follow historic Christian doctrine: The Anglican Catholic Church, and also The United Episcopal Church of North America Together these three Provinces maintain about 200 congregations mostly in the United States and Canada, including All Saints in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The APCK has most of its congregations in the western half of the United States, while the other provinces operate primarily in the eastern portion of the United States.

The three provinces use the same seminary, St. Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College in Berkeley, California which has been training clergy for traditional Anglican congregations since the late 1970s.  More on the history and doctrine of the Province may be found at

The liturgical standard of the APCK and its affiliates is the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, an edition first authorized by the Protestant Episcopal Church, USA. The Eucharistic Liturgy in this edition closely follows the very first Book of Common Prayer published almost  500 years ago by the Church of England (1549). The “1928” long has been highly regarded for literary beauty, its Psalter, and clear expression of historic Christian doctrine.

Cowboy 10 Commandments