All Saints’ Clergy

The Rev. Dr. Andrew K. Barnett
Associate Rector

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The Rev. Dr. Andrew K. Barnett is Associate Rector for Worship and Adult Formation. Hailing from Minnesota, he attended Oberlin College and Conservatory, Yale University’s Environment and Divinity Schools, and Luther Seminary, where he earned a D. Min. in congregational mission and leadership. Andy led Washington National Cathedral’s strategic priority to broaden their liturgical music, expanding the beauty of Anglican tradition while honoring the power of what has come before. As founding director of the Theodicy Jazz Collective, he has performed broadly across the United States and England, including a commissioned jazz mass (with William Cleary) for Canterbury Cathedral. In his environmental work, he researched and wrote for the Presidential Climate Action Project – a menu of policy options that was presented to President Obama and informed that administration’s climate action. He also built an Environmental Justice curriculum for the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles and served on the presiding bishop’s delegation to the UN climate summits in France, Morocco, and Germany. As a teacher, Andy is passionate about local and global partnerships, aiming to love God, love our neighbors, and change the world. Beyond work, he loves running, dogs, cooking, and rooting for the Minnesota Twins.

The Rev. Dr. Denni Moss
Priest Associate

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The Rev. Dr. Denni Moss is our Priest Associate for Pastoral Care. Denni is a certified clinical chaplain and pastoral counselor who has served as the rector of two churches in north Georgia, as well as in chaplain positions for Georgia Tech, Covenant Community, and a maximum security prison. Most recently, she has served as a pastoral counselor at Canterbury Court. Denni is an avid reader who is passionate about Education for Ministry (EfM) and helping people experience God in the everyday. She holds degrees from Mercer University and Seabury Western Theological Seminary. She and her husband, The Rev. Dr. David Moss, met at All Saints’ and have been married for 35 years. They have two children and four of the smartest, nicest, best looking grandchildren you can possibly imagine.

The Rev. Natosha Reid Rice
Minister for Public Life

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The Rev. Natosha Reid Rice is our Minister for Public Life, a leadership role that supports the parish in our mission to seek to serve Christ and the dignity of every human in the world around us. Natosha’s ministry is bi-vocational. Beyond her church work, she serves as the Associate General Counsel for Real Estate and Finance at Habitat for Humanity International and she is the founder of Fresh Rain for Life Ministries. Natosha currently serves on the boards of the global Harvard Alumni Association as an Elected Director, the Atlanta Community Foodbank, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, and Invest Atlanta’s Atlanta Emerging Markets, Inc.

Before joining All Saints’, Natosha served as the Associate Pastor for Women’s Ministries at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. Her ordination was in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and she received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.A. in Government with honors from Harvard/Radcliffe College. Prior to joining Habitat, she practiced law in the commercial real estate practices of Alston & Bird LLP, in Atlanta, and at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison in New York City. She is married to her husband Corey and they have three children Kayla, Malachi and Caleb.

The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart
Associate Rector

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The Rev. Sarah Stewart is Associate Rector for Young Adults and Innovation. She leads our young adult ministries, college student ministry, and innovative ministries, including small groups and collaboration with other faith communities in Atlanta. Between years of delving into poetry, theology, archaeology, and biblical studies, she earned degrees at Colorado Christian University and Yale Divinity School. Sarah lives in Midtown and enjoys being outside, exploring new music scenes, and going to farmers’ markets.

Simon MainwaringThe Rev. Dr. Simon J. Mainwaring

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The Rev. Dr. Simon Mainwaring is rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church. Simon is originally from England and was educated at Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, and Birmingham where he earned a PhD in biblical theology. Simon has ministered in schools, hospitals, and parish churches, and is also the author of two books, and a number of journal articles. As rector, Simon has the privilege to lead All Saints’ staff and lay leaders and engage the parish in the life of the city. Simon serves on the board of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing in Atlanta, and collaborates with church leaders in Midtown and Downtown to offer voice to the needs of our neighbors and further the mission of the church.

Simon enjoys time with his family, cycling, traveling and cheering on his beloved English soccer team, Tottenham Hotspur. Simon is married to Monica, who is an Episcopal priest and rector of St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church, Atlanta. Monica and Simon have three children.

Zack NyeinThe Rev. Zachary C. Nyein
Associate Rector

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The Rev. Zack Nyein is Associate Rector for Community Engagement and Children and Youth Formation. Zack is enthusiastic about developing creative ways of connecting and communicating the Good News of God in Christ across generations and difference as the church lives into its new and ancient calling as a community of reconciliation and renewal. He is a lifelong musician and a lover of travel, the arts, and fitness. He holds degrees from the University of Tennessee and Yale Divinity School and resides in Midtown with his husband, Michael Waterson.

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