We are greatly blessed by these ordained deacons and priests who selflessly volunteer to serve the people of All Saints'. They bless our parish through their preaching, teaching, administrative coordination, mentoring, prayer and care and so much more.
Rev. Martha Learned
Martha Learned began attending All Saints' in 1998. Her husband Larry soon followed in 1999. She graduated with her M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in May 2004 and was ordained to the Deaconate in 2008. Among her many contributions to All Saints', she has served as our Connections Minister, developed our Stay Safe church policy, designed (and currently leads) our new Membership Course, and regularly serves during Sunday morning services. Vocationally, Martha serves as a minister to those in hospice. She selflessly devotes her time and talent to serve the Lord and His people.
Rev. Canon Susan Skillen
Canon for Spiritual Formation for the ADNE
Susie Skillen has been a member of All Saints' for over 25 years and is married with four children. She earned her M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and did further training at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, UK and the Shalem Institute in Maryland. Susie was the founding priest of the Church of the Resurrection in Orvieto, Italy where she served for three years. She now serves as Canon for Spiritual Formation in the Anglican Diocese in New England and worships regularly at All Saints’ where she often helps with Sunday morning services, Adult Spiritual formation classes, and Women’s Bible Study.
Rev. Dr. Kelly Madden
Kelly Madden launched the Boston Fellows program in 2010 through the ADNE. He directs, mentors, and teaches post-college interns through this holistic internship. Kelly holds a PhD in Political Philosophy and an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He lives in Wakefield with his wife Heather.
Rev. Canon Ross Kimball
Fr. Ross is a bi-vocational priest, who lives in Newburyport, practices law in Boston (his “day job”), and has served numerous churches in the diocese since his ordination in 2008. Fr. Ross became a Christian while in law school and has been actively involved in ministry since then. Until 2008, he was a member of the Episcopal Church, where he served in many lay ministry capacities, including usher, youth group leader, Sunday School teacher, lay Eucharistic minister, vestry member and senior warden. The clear and irresistible call to ordained ministry came a bit late in life, but serving as a priest has been his great joy. Fr. Ross is also an “alumnus” of All Saints, having worshipped with us in the mid-1990’s.