SHARING BRINGS JOY  TO US,  TO OTHERS,  TO GOD!

Members of All Saints Ministry Organizations are parishioners who help the parish in many ways - developing a program, getting it off the ground, evaluating its progress, making changes, and calling others to serve.  The work is diverse, keeping the parish vibrant, and responsive to living the Catolic Faith.  Our six ministry categories cross the parish community and the world:

  • Worship and Liturgy
  • Parish Life
  • Education & Lifelong Learning
  • Youth
  • Outreach
  • Parish Operation and Fundraising

Some groups may have guidelines and a leadership structure, others may be more loosely organized, but what's important is the rich contribution ministries and its members make to our faith community.

Below is a complete list of our parish Ministries and Organizations.  Click on any one of them to find contact information, mission statement, duties, special skills and time commitment involved in in that particular ministry. 

"ALL  ARE  WELCOME  IN  THIS  PLACE."

Directory of All Saints Parish Ministries and Organizations


SHALOM CLUB

(Outreach)

Contact:  Ann Lacker  annlacker@gmail.com

Shalom Club is a community which focuses on peace and harmony in our world. It is a Charter Member of the Shalom Club International Network and is founded by the School Sisters of Notre Dame. In all different countries, in all different languages, in all different cultures Shalom Club is woven. We work to promote local and international peace, justice and the integrity of creation as we work to spread Jesus’ Gospel message.

Students in 5th -8th grade can participate in Shalom Club at All Saints School. interested students meet to think about issues of peace and justice in our world and choose actions they can take to make peace and justice more visible in our world. Students work and connect with many other Shalom Clubs organized by School Sisters of Notre Dame around the world to unite in the mission of peace and justice. 

Students in Shalom Club set example of peace-making in the school, parish, and community. They bring about peace through working for justice and taking care of creation. They pray and base their actions on the Gospels and the mission of Jesus. As people of hope, they emulate peace through the activities which they sponsor.