The Right Reverend Bishop Blair William Schultz has been Rector of All Saints Anglican Church since
2008. Bishop Schultz helped to found the Church in 1996 when he was a layman. At that time
Bishop Schultz was a Forensic Scientist with the Illinois State Police. After studying for the
Diaconate, he was ordained Deacon in 1998. Called to the priesthood, he retired in 2005 to
attended St. Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College in Berkeley, California, and he
received a Bachelor of Sacred Theology in 2007. After being ordained priest, he was the
Assistant Priest at All Saints until his installation as Rector.
Prior to being consecrated Bishop Suffragan of the Diocese of the Atlantic States (DAS) on
September 21, 2017, Bishop Schultz was Canon to the Archbishop of the Anglican Province of
Christ the King from 2012 until 2015 when he was appointed Canon to the Bishop of the
Diocese of the Atlantic States. In addition to his duties as Bishop Suffragan, Bishop Schultz is
President of the Standing Committee and a member of the Marriage Tribunal, the Board of
Examining Chaplains, and the Ecclesiastical Court, all of the Diocese of the Atlantic States.
Originally from Monmouth Illinois, Bishop Schutz has a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from
Monmouth College, Illinois, (1972) and a Master of Science in Forensic Science from George
Washington University, Washington, DC, (1974).
Bishop Schultz was also given a plaque to honor his work as a Forensic Scientist and an exemplary
service medal from All Saints Anglican Church. He was recognized with the Hall of Achievement
Award from Willitts School, Monmouth, Illinois.