Join Us in Worship

Join Us in Worship

All Are Welcome

All Are Welcome

Blessing of the Animals

Blessing of the Animals

Christian Formation for All Ages

Christian Formation for All Ages

Walk the Labyrinth the First and Third Thursdays of Each Month, 6 to 8 pm

Walk the Labyrinth the First and Third Thursdays of Each Month, 6 to 8 pm

Fellowship & Fun

Fellowship & Fun

Our Staff

The Rev. Teri Daily, Priest-in-Charge | Contact |

Reverend Teri is our priest at All Saints’, Russellville. She has been a priest for the past nine years, serving St. Peter’s in Conway, Arkansas, before coming to All Saints’ on October 1, 2017. She enjoys preaching, teaching, writing, traveling, and spending time in the Ozarks. Teri is involved in the Greater Arkansas Interfaith Network, as well as with The Wisdom House Project (which supports a school for orphans in war-torn Syria). In addition, she is a consultant for the Hendrix Institute for Clergy and Civic Engagement.

Teri is married to David Daily, a professor of religion at the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas. They have two children — Emma (22 years old) and Wilson (20 years old). Prior to entering full-time ministry, she was a practicing pediatrician.

 

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Kaye Staggs PortraitDeacon Kaye Staggs |Contact |
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Kristin Smith: ​| Choir Directors | Contact |

SMITH-TIMOTHY-63Kristin Smith is co-director of the music program along with her husband, Dr. Timothy Smith.  As a member of the All Saints community for the past 15 years, she has served on the rector search committee and on the vestry, sung in the choir and taught Sunday School. She also chairs the organ committee. Trained primarily as a cellist, she currently performs with the Arkansas Symphony in Little Rock and maintains a private cello studio. She holds degrees in music from St. Olaf College and Indiana University. Her interests outside of music include running, cooking and reading.

Dr. Timothy Smith

​Dr. Timothy Smith is co-director of the music program along with his wife, Kristin Smith.  He has been deeply involved with music over the past 15 years as choir director, organist and choir member. As an associate professor of music at Arkansas Tech University, Dr. Smith teaches piano, music theory and ear training. He has performed widely as both a solo and collaborative pianist and has adjudicated numerous competitions.  He holds degrees in piano performance from St. Olaf College and Indiana University.  When not playing the piano, Dr. Smith enjoys acting and accompanying in local theater productions.

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Kimby Tackett | Administrative Assistant | Contact |

kimbyMy name is Kimby Tackett. I am the Kids Connection director for All Saints as well as the Administrative Assistant. I have a passion for children’s ministry and have been a youth director and VBS director for eighteen years. As the mother of five amazing kids, I enjoy sharing the love of Christ with children and watching as their faith in God and their love for the church grows.

In Kid Connection our mission is to meet children where they are in their walk with God as well as in their development. By using music, books, movies, and games, they love and are most familiar with, we will be able to connect to their lives and give them a spiritual foundation that will last a life time.

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Diane Tollison | Childcare |

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KaDee Angel McCormick | 

photo (2)She was born in Altus Arkansas in 1956, KaDee’s childhood was as backwoods as an oak tree but equally strong and well-rooted in the word of God.  Of all her many blessings, the tallest is her family tree with her two sets of twins and ten grandchildren.

A graduate of College of the Ozarks in 1978, she obtained two degrees in the physical sciences.  And in 1990, she returned to formal education to obtain a MA in Christian counseling after which she volunteered as a part time counselor for a small church in an adjacent town.   She then pursued a doctorate in church administration but was forced to leave school in 1995, just short of obtaining the degree, due to family pressures and professional work priorities.

An advocate for educating the youth of the church, she was Sunday school teacher and director for a combined total of almost three decades.  Her experience of exclusive fundamentalism drove her to seek a more inclusive God.  This was discovered locally in the Episcopal church, where unconditional grace claimed her devotion and her love.  With retirement in 2014 from almost 35 years of nuclear power, she has dedicated her service to God and to the cares and concerns of people who call home, All Saints’ Episcopal Church.

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Marcia Van Horn

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As a long time member (over 40 years) of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, most of my church members already know me. Thanks to the family of David and Mary Lu Garrett, my family joined a wonderful church.

I am now starting something that I am loving to do and that is volunteering in the office some to help with anything I can and I am grateful for it.

I always love my family and friends, and love being with my friends in church and outside my church. Other than that I like to travel, scrapbook, cook and of course baking all kinds of goodies.