Clergy of All Saints of Alaska

Father Larry Reinheimer

Father Larry and mother Myra Reinheimer
Father Larry and Presby­tera Myra Reinheimer, Pascha of 2016

Fr. Larry Reinheimer was born in Red Lake, Ontario. He met his future wife Myra while attending Central Pentecostal College in Saskatoon, Sask. and the two were married shortly after graduation in September, 1976. After graduation from college the Reinheimers were involved in pastoral ministry with the Pentecostal Church until 1981 (as an assistant pastor and overseeing and living on a farm helping people with various problems and addictions) and then from 1981-1987 in the Evangelical Orthodox Church. They were received in 1987, along with some twenty-five hundred other persons throughout North America, into the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church, under Metropolitan Philip (Saliba). Fr. Larry was ordained as an Orthodox priest at that same time and continued to serve a small mission community of converts to Orthodoxy from the Evangelical Orthodox Church in Borden, Sask. In 1990, they were transferred to the Archdiocese of Canada of the Orthodox Church in America where they served six rural parishes northeast of Edmonton, Alta. In 1995 they were transferred to Calgary to serve the parish of Holy Martyr Peter the Aleut, where Fr. Larry became the rector. In addition to parish responsibilities, both Fr. Larry and Presb. Myra were involved with diocesan youth camps and Fr. Larry served on the Archdiocesan Council for many years. In September 2010 Fr. Larry took a medical leave of absence from serving as the rector of St. Peter the Aleut, and in September 2011 the Reinheimers came to Victoria, B.C. Fr. Larry and Myra have three sons and four grandchildren.

Deacon Kevin Miller

Deacon Kevin Miller
Deacon Kevin Miller

A native of Comox, Deacon Kevin grew up in an Evangelical Christian home and became Orthodox in 1996, along with his wife Tabatha and her family. After completing his studies at BCIT in Vancouver in 1998, Kevin went to Winnipeg in order to study at St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Seminary. After being ordained a Deacon in 2001, he and Tabatha moved back to Comox, where Kevin worked, serving at St. Barnabas Mission before coming to All Saints in 2005. Deacon Kevin and Tabatha have three children.