our staff


Rector: The Rev. Sunny Hallanan

The Rev. Sunny Hallanan has been rector of All Saints’ since 2012. She came here from St James’ Collegeville, Pennsylvania (near Philadelphia). While rector there, she was President of the Clergy Association of Pennsylvania, Convener of the Diocesan Middle East Study Group, Dean of the Valley Forge Deanery, an evangelism & liturgy consultant, and active in several interfaith groups.

Previously, Sunny was at St Thomas’ Rochester, New York; Youth Coordinator of the Diocese of Massachusetts; and assistant to the Chaplain at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Sunny volunteers at various ecumenical organizations, is President of the Council of Advice (Standing Committee) of the Convocation and on the Youth Commission, and a Deputy to General Convention. She is passionate about Middle East peace and non-violent action.

Sunny lives in the church apartment with her three cats, and appreciates that the Waterloo battlefield is in our back-yard, so she can run there. She did most of her studies at Cornell University and Yale University. From a large family, she is the single parent of Julia (a Colgate graduate now an Emergency Medical Tech in Chicago) and Payne (a St Olaf College grad and  sustainability farmer now in northern New York).


Our Vestry


Michael Smets-Tolley

Senior Warden
Formation Committee



Our next Junior Warden will be chosenn at the October Vestry meeting.


Laura Atlee

Fellowship Committee


Mike Breton

Finance & Property Committee


Bob DeWitt

Outreach and Fellowship Committees


Dominique-Hélène Lemaire

Fellowship Committee


Nadia Molenstra

Finance & Property Committee


Bill Bythell

Convention 2018 Committee

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sunday school


Children of all ages are welcome to join in All Saints' Sunday School activities. Sunday School takes place during the first part of the 11am Sunday service in our cafe area (the children will rejoin the service before communion).

If you have any questions, or would like to volunteer to help teach Sunday School, please email us.

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All Saints' supports many forms of outreach and service to the world beyond the church. The following organizations receive help from us, either financially or through volunteering of our time and talents:

Project to Support Refugees from Burma: This charity, based in Cambridge (UK), has backed and seen through projects from school-building to self-help weaving groups among refugees from Burma. Most of the work is focused on the roughly 140,000 refugees, mainly from the Karen and Karenni ethnic groups, who live in the nine overcrowded camps strung out along the Thai-Burma border. More information at:

Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD): works with church partners and other local organizations to save lives and transform communities worldwide; rebuilds after disasters and empowers people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger and disease. More information at:

Médecins sans Frontières: delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters. More information at:

Community Help Service: This is an anonymous and confidential 24/7 crisis and information telephone service run by trained volunteers under the supervision of trained therapists. More information at:

St James’ home for the elderly in La Hulpe: Some 17 people live in this home who have no-one to visit them. All Saints’ Church provides gifts for each person at both Christmas and Easter using money collected specifically for this.

Fun(d)raisers for Malawi: This Belgian-based charity supports the training of nurses, mainly midwives, in Malawi with donations raised through a variety of events. Volunteers also knit hats for premature babies to help them through their first months.

British Charitable Fund: this fund tries to help anyone with a genuine need of advice, conversation or material assistance. Apart from the requirements that beneficiaries be British or a dependent (including widows or widowers) and resident in Belgium, there are no rules, except that in practice applicants should have exhausted the normal means of support from family and state agencies. More information at:

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