Pastor Steve Smithberger
Senior Pastor

Pastor Steve Smithberger began his working life as an engineer before receiving a call into ministry. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Lutheran Seminary in 2002 and has continuously held a call in ordained ministry ever since. He served at Trinity Lutheran Church in Marysville, Ohio as an associate pastor and then at St. John's Lutheran Church in London, Ohio as a solo pastor before receiving his call at Epiphany Lutheran Church in 2012. In 2019 he received the call to the newly formed West Toledo Parish, which includes Epiphany and All Saints Lutheran Church. He has had the privilege of participating in a ministry of renewal in multiple long-standing congregations. 

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Vicar David Frye
Youth and Family Coordinator

A graduate of the University of Toledo with a degree in Psychology, Vicar David Frye accepted God's calling in the fall of 2018. Currently in seminary, Vicar David was installed to serve as a Synodically Authorized Minister for the newly formed West Toledo ELCA Parish (which includes Epiphany Lutheran Church and All Saints Lutheran Church) under the instruction and supervision of Pastor Steve Smithberger. Vicar David is a tennis enthusiast, enjoys technology, prayer, cycling, liturgy, camping, meditation, spending time in Scripture, music, and sharing life with his wife Amy and their daughter Winifred. Ready, willing, and able to embrace this new call, Vicar David is marching forward with a focus on Youth and Family Ministries, prayerfully discerning how and where the Holy Spirit is providing new opportunities to "BE" a living witness of the Gospel.


Carole Johnson
Church Secretary

Carole has been the office administrator and hub for all communication at All Saints for the past 16 years. She is happily married for 24 years and blessed with two children. She loves spending time in the garden and with her family at home and here at All Saints.


Kathy Dennis
Pianist

Kathy Dennis is an energetic and versatile musician with training as a singer, keyboardist and choral conductor.  She felt a calling to her career as a teenager when her piano teacher offered organ lessons in return for playing preludes for services. Kathy encourages congregations to to take singing to a new level and make a joyful noise, entering into worship with Thanksgiving and Spirit.

Kathy has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Organ from Miami University of Ohio and a Master of Music Education from the University of Toledo.  She is currently the director of Epiphany Lutheran's Theater Arts Ministry.