• Phil Hunter, Executive Pastor

    Phil grew up in Texas and has been married to Rhoda since college. They have three children and a grandchild. After retiring from the practice of medicine, Phil felt the call to pastoral ministry and received his Master of Arts in Religion from Reformed Theological Seminary/Charlotte in 2014. He was the Assistant Pastor at a PCA church in Scottsdale before moving to Eagle. He enjoys college football, horticulture, playing the guitar/bass and good conversation.

  • Geoff Francian, Pastoral Intern

    Geoff, his wife Devin and their 2 boys moved to Meridian, ID in early 2018. Geoff was born and raised in Anaheim, CA and moved to San Diego in 2006 and received his Bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies from San Diego Christian College in 2009. He is currently pursuing his Master's in Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary. Geoff loves landscape photography, basketball, golf, kayaking, biking and especially breaking bread with God's people.


  • Isaac Choules

    Isaac and his wife Victoria and 3 kids have been attending All Saints since 2011.  As a family, enjoying the outdoors is one of the joys of calling Idaho home.  As a native Idahoan, when not outside enjoying trails, rivers, and lakes, Isaac has been known to be viewing an English Premier League soccer game.  With a great affinity for England and the love of soccer (football), playing any sport or activity is something he enjoys.  He enjoys the fellowship of the Church and getting to know people within the thriving community of Boise.  As a bank manager, Isaac loves learning about the economy and ways to help local business owners and people thrive financially.

  • Joe Gerber

    Joe Gerber is one of the chosen few who actually grew up in Boise, a city that he and his family love. Joe and his wife, Janice, are raising four boys so home life is sometimes a bit rowdy. Joe is the Dean of the Upper School at The Ambrose School. In his spare time, Joe enjoys reading old books, good conversation, and the Seahawks.

  • Shelton Woods

    Shelton Woods moved to Boise in 1994 with his wife, Karen and their son Damon.  He serves as a professor of East Asian History and an associate dean at Boise State University. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, all types of music, running, reading, writing, and teaching.

  • Jim Winkel


  • Warren Bean

    I have been attending All Saints since 2012, along with my wife, Janet. We have one son, Joel, who is wrapping up a Bachelor’s degree in music. Janet and I both grew up in California, and migrated to Idaho about 25 years ago. This year we celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary. Together we enjoy coffee shops, wine tasting, and art galleries. My own hobbies include trail running in the Boise foothills and attempting to learn a new language (Ukrainian). I work as a sales engineer for a local software company where I build technical solutions for private and public entities, both domestic and overseas.

  • Don Davis

    Don moved to Boise and started attending All Saints in 2017 after retiring from the Air Force.  He now works as a Software Development Engineer for Clearwater Analytics, a Boise-based firm that provides web-based portfolio accounting, reconciliation and reporting for institutional investors.  In his spare time Don enjoys biking, skiing, watching movies and spending time with his wife, Cammy, and their daughters Abby and Andrea.

  • Marshall Major

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  • Aaron Shaw

  • Mark Stillman, Chairman

    Mark Stillman moved to Boise in 2008 with his wife Kate, daughter Claire and son Ross.  He works remotely for an engineering consulting firm, assisting clients in the management of large infrastructure programs. He enjoys tennis with Kate, soccer with Ross, watching scary movies with Claire, and eating very spicy foods with anyone that is up for it.