Meet Our Clergy
Priest in Charge
Senior Associate Priest
I was born in Caracas Venezuela on October 15, 1967, the youngest of four brothers. I have a Bachelor in accounting, am a CPA and have a Masters Degree in Finance Management. At the age of 25, I married Angela Scutaro. We have two beautiful children, Fabiana 23 and Angel 16. In November of this year I will Become “Grandpa”. I am an entrepreneur and business owner. I came to the US in 2000 and in 2003 Started in the Parcel Service Business which I currently still own with more than 25 routes in the Las Vegas area.
In 2012, I started in the Episcopal Church serving in several ministries as lector, Eucharist Minister, catechist, and leader of the Latino services. Through service to our neighbors, the poor, the needy and the sick and by the grace of God, I received the call to serve God. In 2016, I was ordained as transitional deacon and in 2017 became the first Latino priest trained and ordained in the diocese of Nevada.
I am the celebrant at the 11:30 and 1:00 services at All Saints. I serve our community as a volunteer chaplain at Sunrise Hospital. I am also the Treasurer of the Dioceses. As a faith leader, I provide guidance and hope to those who seek help and I am dedicated to families through marriage and youth counseling.
Favorite Food: Italian and Sushi
Hobby: Playing and watching Baseball
If you could be any fictional character, who would it be? Peter Pan
What is your favorite attribute of God? Healer
What is your favorite Bible verse or saying? John 14:6
NICOLAUS L. NEUBAUER
NICOLAUS L. NEUBAUER
FATHER NICOLAUS NEUBAUER
Nicholas L. Neubauer is a Las Vegas, Nevada native. He and his wife Brooke are the proud parents to four beautiful children: Jaxon, Ava, Nevada, and Olivia Rose. Nicholas attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he earned a BA in Psychology as well as a Master of Social Work. Professionally, Nicholas is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is the Owner and Clinical Director of multiple outpatient behavioral healthcare clinics throughout Nevada where he primarily supports children, adolescents, and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities as well as social service-related cases, along with supporting all respective presenting concerns. Nicholas has served in various ministries including hospice chaplaincy, funeral, outreach, visitation of the sick, mission work, and areas related to mental/behavioral health. Nicholas is a graduate of EfM and continues to participate in further spiritual and educational development. Nicholas’ goal is to serve all of God’s people however he may be of service; understanding that relationships derived from the inherent love of God and one other strengthen our community and our collective ministry. Through Christ, Nicholas seeks to share in and develop those loving relationships with all at All Saints Episcopal Church.
FATHER STEVEN KALAS
FATHER BOB NELSON
Fr. Bob is a lifelong Episcopalian, born in the Chicago area who has spent most of his life in the Southwest. He came to All Saints’ in 1978, was ordained to the priesthood in 1987, and has held many lay and ordained positions at the church. He is a veteran who spent many years in the Naval submarine program and who worked on testing of nuclear weapons. He is an amateur radio operator who spends a lot of time in volunteer public service emergency communications supporting DOD, Homeland Security, the State of Nevada and Clark County. He is a dog and cat lover who currently walks two miles a day with one or two dogs.
THE REV. KARL GUSTAFSON
The Reverend Karl E. Gustafson III was born in the Denver Area and spent his teenage years in Kentucky.
When he graduated High School, he entered into Military service, joining the army. During his service, he lived in South Korea, Germany, and various states in the Union. After 12 years in the service, and three kids to raise, he left the Army and went to the University of Wyoming ( Go Cowboys!) to get a degree in Education.
In the fall of ’91, newly graduated with a Bachelor’s in Education, Karl got his first job in his new career as an educator here in Las Vegas. He joined All Saints and after volunteering in various positions, was called to be ordained as a deacon. He has served as a deacon at All Saints since his ordination.<