Our Staff

Meet Our Vicar

The Reverend Fr. Isaac Rehberg


Father Isaac was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to a military family, and was raised both Roman Catholic and Episcopalian, but spent most of his teens and twenties in Messianic Judaism.  He has lived in the San Antonio area since 1992, when his father was stationed on Fort Sam Houston, and graduated from Robert G. Cole High School in 1997 as valedictorian.  

He earned his Bachelor's of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2003 and his Master of Christian Ministry degree from Wayland Baptist University in 2011.  It was during his studies at Wayland that Father Isaac heard the call to ordained ministry as an Anglican priest.  In 2012, he was ordained to the diaconate at Christ Our King Anglican Church in New Braunfels, Texas.  In 2013, he was ordained to the priesthood and was later called to minister at All Saints. In 2017, he was appointed the vicar of All Saints, upon the retirement of Fr. Chip Harper.

He is a Texas Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser, and has been working as an appraiser since 1998.  He currently owns his own appraisal firm, Obed T. Appraisals, to help fund his ministerial call. 

Often active in local music, Father Isaac is a longtime guitar player and songwriter.  He is a regular contributor to the North American Anglican, including chorale settings of the Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis, and the Lord's Prayer. Father Isaac has also contributed to the Homely Hours blog, the Southwest Institute of Messianic Studies Journal, and is the winner of the 2002 Martinello Prize for Inquiry. Father Isaac has taught Torah, the Epistles of St. Paul, and Old Testament Survey at the undergraduate level in addition to various internships teaching elementary school children. 

Since 2014, Father Isaac has been married to his lovely wife, Heather. They have one daughter, Leah, born in 2015.


You can follow Fr. Isaac on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/isaac.rehberg.1 or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Fr_Isaac_R

Our Deacon

The Reverend Mr. Marcus R. Tinajero

Deacon Marcus is a native San Antonian, and was raised in the Roman Catholic Church. Deacon Marcus attended primary through high school, mainly in the local San Antonio Roman Catholic Archdiocesan schools and is a proud graduate of St. Anthony’s Catholic High School’ 01. Go Jackets!

He earned his Bachelor's of Arts degree in Spanish with a minor of study in Music, from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio in 2006  and his Masters of Educational Leadership, degree from Schreiner University, in Kerrville Texas in 2013.  It was during his studies at OLLU that deacon Marcus heard the call to ordained ministry as a priest. In 2008 deacon Marcus began his studies at a local parish affiliated with the Polish National Catholic Church and received minor orders in 2008 and was ordained to the sub-diaconate in 2009 by Bishop Thaddeus Peplowski. In December of 2012,  he was ordained to the diaconate at Our Lady of Fatima Anglican Church in Dallas, Texas at the recommendation of Very Rev. Canon Alfred Garcia and Bishop Juan A. Morales (Anglican diocese of Quincy, ACNA). Recently he has decided to join the staff and has transferred to All Saints Anglican, as an assigned deacon welcomed into the diocese of CANA West.

He is a Texas-certified public education teacher, and has been working as an educator since 2009.  Deacon Marcus is also fluent in 4 languages. He currently teaches Spanish at a Earl Warren High School,  in San Antonio, Texas and is a bi-vocational clergyman, serving as a deacon while employed in education and maintaining a family of two beautiful daughters (Mariana & Marissa)  and son (Mauricio) and a has been married to his loving wife Sandra since 2004. He recently decided to return to his studies and is working on his doctorate of organizational leadership at Our Lady of the Lake University. Go Saints!

He shares a passion for music, education, and his love of reading.  He also has a charism for preaching the Gospel to the poor and development of a Hispanic Anglo-Catholic ministry. Deacon Marcus continues to aspire and study to one day lead his own congregation as he prepares for the priesthood.

Our Deacon

The Reverend Mr. Barry C. Kowald

Deacon Barry was ordained as a Deacon on April 11, 2015, and serves as All Saints Anglican Church’s Minister of Christian Education and Formation.

He was born in San Antonio, Texas and was raised in a neighborhood not far from the parish. He and his mother attended Faith Cumberland Presbyterian Church during his formative years. He graduated from Winston Churchill High School and later joined the United States Air Force Reserve in 1986. He served as an Aerospace Medical Journeyman at the 433d Airlift Wing, and attended San Antonio College in pursuit of his general studies.

He entered extended active duty as a Reserve Recruiter under Title 10 orders in 1989. His assignments included duty stations in Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Montana. In 2002, he returned back to Texas where he served as a Recruiting School Instructor Supervisor, eventually retiring from active duty as a Senior Master Sergeant in 2008.

He eventually made the decision to follow the Lord Jesus Christ in a Southern Baptist Church. While in Colorado, he and his family joined a Presbyterian Church in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). He served as a Deacon in both the PCA and the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches. He served as an elder at White Sands Bible Church in Alamogordo, New Mexico. In 2005, the Kowald family visited All Saints Anglican Church on Christmas Eve, and eventually joined the parish in March 2011 after much prayer and deliberation.

He graduated in 2006 with honors from Wayland Baptist University after completing his Baccalaureate Degree, majoring in Education and Training Methodology. He is currently a middler seminarian at Regent University – School of Divinity, with a projected graduation date of 2016.

In 1989 he married the former Tracy Dee Maunsell. They are the proud parents of Elise, Erik, Ethan, Evan, and Emmett. Elise recently graduated from Texas A&M University and teaches elementary special education.

Our Choirmaster/Organist

Francis Elborne

Francis has more than 40 years of experience in church music and in choral direction of both adults and children.

Before coming to All Saints in 2007, he was the principal organist at St. Virgilius Catholic Church, Morris Plains, NJ. He has also been the organist and choirmaster for several churches in San Antonio, including Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic Church, St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church, and St. Francis Episcopal Church. He served as the Director of Music at the Atonement Academy where he was responsible for music at daily Mass with the school choir in English and Latin. He also gave private piano lessons.

From 1986 to 1988, Francis was the Resident Musical Director of the San Pedro Playhouse in San Antonio. In this position, he was responsible for the musical direction of five full-scale Broadway musicals per year.

Originally from England, Francis also has extensive experience in several churches and schools in that country. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Honors degree from St. David’s University  College, Lampeter, Wales. He was the winner of an organ scholarship and was responsible for accompanying the Eucharist and services in the College chapel in English and in Welsh.

He and his wife, Vivienne, also teach  private music lessons.

Rector Emeritus

The Venerable Fr. C.B. "Chip" Harper

The San Antonio, Texas, native graduated from Texas Military Institute and Texas A&M University, earning an Air Force commission. His military service includes over thirty years in uniform including active Air Force service as well as Army and Marine Corps experience. While on active duty, he served as a public affairs officer, in nuclear combat operations, officer training, and recruiting, retiring from active duty in 2003.

Fr. Chip preachingFather Chip holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, minoring in Spanish, a Master of Arts degree in Personnel and a Master of Divinity degree. Additionally, he has been educated at the Defense Information Officer School, United States Air Force Command and Staff College, United States Marine Corps Command and Staff College and the Air War College, giving him a well-informed geopolitical perspective.

Entering ministry as a deacon in November of 2002 at All Saints, he was priested in June of 2003 at St. Stephen in Athens, Texas, serving there as rector from September of 2003 until April of 2005 when he returned to All Saints.Baptism

He's active in the San Antonio community, having been a guest columnist for San Antonio's only daily paper, the Express-News, as well as the weekly North San Antonio Times and monthly Christian Beacon newspapers. He served ecumenically with groups like National Day of Prayer, Global Day of Prayer, KSLR Radio, Christian Assistance Ministry, Daily Bread Ministries, Women's Prayer International and The Gathering ministerial association. A pastoral sponsor for San Antonio's Promise Keepers San Antonio conference, he's also a member of the Christian Motorcyclist's Association-Alamo Apostles chapter and rides with the Patriot Guard Riders, escorting fallen and wounded military and their families. A go-to spokesperson for Christian viewpoints on news, he has been sought for interviews several times in various media, speaking Biblically and directly on issues of our times.

He has also served in national leadership, filling two terms on the Convocation of Anglicans in North America's (CANA) Executive Committee, and was a past president of the Society of St. Athanasius, a fellowship of Anglo-Catholic Christians. He currently serves as CANA's Western District dean of prayer and healing.

Father Chip is characterized by his high-energy, uncompromising approach to every aspect of parish life, from formal liturgy to our contemporary praise band--The Koinonia Worship Band--playing weekly at Koinonia. He loves to teach Scripture; his favorite quote from Martin Luther, who said, "Peace if possible, but Truth above all" speaks to His ministry of direct engagement.He is firmly committed to all Three Streams of Anglican spirituality--catholic, evangelical and charismatic. He loves the Lord and He loves His people.

"I think now is the time for real, Bibllically faithful but orthodox Anglican

Christianity--in the fullness of the Holy Ghost," says Father Chip. "There's just no substitute for that great combo...it's the salve for our destructured society."

Our rector loves motorcycles, long-distance biking, physical fitness, hunting, fishing, and music. He's married to the former Christie L. Albrecht -- "Miss Christie," our parish "first lady emeritus."

You can follow Father Chip on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/FrChip


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All Saints Anglican Church
11122 Link Dr
San Antonio, TX 78213

(210) 344-1920

Office Hours
Monday and Tuesday
9:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday through Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm

Service Times


9:00am – Holy Communion
10:30am – Sunday School
11:15am – Holy Communion


7:00pm – Men's Bible Study


6:00pm – Supper Club
6:30pm – Bible Study
7:15pm – Evensong or Compline


9:00am - Chanted Mattins
10:00am – Women's Precept Bible Study