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This ministry enhances our parish community’s awareness of those family members and friends who are serving in the armed forces.  An Active Duty Prayer Board in the foyer of the church includes the names and pictures of those currently...

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This preparation is for those who have graduated from the eighth grade, but have not yet been confirmed.  While we usually encourage the reception of this sacrament when a person is in eighth grade, sometimes this is not possible due to sick...

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http://allsaints-stpeters.org/Resources/CommunityPages/AdultFaith.aspx This committee meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month (7 pm).  Its focus is to evaluate, plan, and implement adult opportunities not covered by other parish committees.&nb...

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This program provides members of the parish with an opportunity to prepare for Christmas by remembering persons and families less fortunate than themselves and by purchasing a gift item for them.  Volunteers are needed to help organize this ...

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ALL SAINTS PILGRIMAGE BUS TOURS – Contact Patti Neistat 636-244-2771 or John Valenti 636-397-1440 ext 227 Pilgrimage bus tours began in 2011 and this program plans annual events for parishioners.  This year we will visit an Amish Colon...

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Our group provides a fun filled Easter basket to children in shelters, foster homes and parishes within a 50 mile radius of All Saints. Due to the difficult economy there are more financially strained families than ever that benefit from our ministry...

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“We are more than a parish, we are a Catholic People.” This group facilitates the Archdiocesan effort to fund many charitable and educational programs all within the Archdiocese.  Volunteers work after masses a few weekends e...

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This unique effort preserves the cultural and historical artifacts, photographs, and documents of All Saints Parish.  Our collections are being catalogued and we are open to receiving information and materials from those in the community.&nb...

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This organization provides for our parish a safe, organized athletic program based on Christian morals.  Sports for boys and girls include basketball, volleyball, soccer, and baseball.  Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the mon...

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This program strives to insure that parents are aware of the meaning of baptism in Christian life.  Through a process of discussion and instruction, parents’ understanding of the sacrament and experience of belonging to the parish are ...

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Since 2005 parishioners have shown support for the people living in St. Peter Claver Parish, which consists of Punta Gorda Town and 32 rural villages in the Toledo District of Belize. High school scholarships, micro loans for small businesses, co...

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Blood is the gift of life. Six times a year, new and returning donors may give blood in the Parish Center on a Sunday following Masses.  The only things necessary are that you bring an I.D., have been drinking plenty of fluids, had a go...

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The purpose of the Board of Education is to advise the pastor in making policy for parish educational programs. The educational programs of the parish include our Full‑Time Elementary School, our Part‑Time School program (Parish School of Religio...

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Cards are hand made and sent to the homebound and as a follow-up in time of grief, also students away at college or a military family.  These precious cards are priceless to those who receive them.  If you would like to help in purc...

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The Catechumenate is designed to welcome and initiate new adult members into the Catholic Church and our parish community.  Our emphasis is spiritual formation through worship, prayer, Scripture, study and community life.  Adult initiation ...

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Rite of Christian Initiation of Children Children of Kindergarten age and older who have not received baptism, or have not received religious instruction in our Church are fully initiated through a catechumenate process especially designed for th...

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The mission of All Saints Writers Group is to encourage aspiring adult writers who want to improve their writing and ultimately publish in parish works, periodicals, books, or other media. Our goal is to share Christianity and the Catholic faith thro...

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CD MINISTRY – Contact Barb Kasper 636-397-1440 ext. 221 Lighthouse CDs are made available to parishioners on a broad range of topics about our Catholic faith. Topics are timely and the speakers vary. The CDs are displayed next to the SCRIP of...

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All Saints has had a cemetery since 1835 and the formation of this board is new to the parish.  Focus areas include the following: Rules and Regulations, Finances, Communications, Expansion, Marketing, ...

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CHRIST RENEWS HIS PARISH Contact: John Valenti 636-397-1440 ext. 227 or valentij@allsaints-stpeters.org This retreat is offered as a men’s weekend and women’s weekend. In order to become involved in this ministry, the first step is to...

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Our priests and Eucharistic ministers regularly visit our sick and homebound members as an aid to the healing process, those in need to experience the loving care of our parish, and provide an opportunity for the sacraments to be received.  ...

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Celebrated after the 8:00 a.m. Mass on Tuesday of every week.

 

Volunteers are welcome and necessary for the All Saints School full time elementary school program. Your help can be used in many areas: library, computer room, art room, office, student tutor, an area that ...

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Eucharistic Adoration is a time of quiet prayer in the presence of the exposed Eucharist, when we are called, as Psalm 46 says, to “be still, and know that I am God.”  It is a time when we as human beings can put time aside to spend ...

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Extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist are trained and commissioned to distribute the Body and Blood of Christ during the Mass and to those who are unable to attend Mass because of sickness or infirmity.  Home visits are made on Sundays or...

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This group provides assistance and advice to the Pastor and Parish Administration in matters of good stewardship of our parish facilities and grounds with regard to maintenance, repair, upgrade, and management of the interior and exterior physical fa...

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Meeting on the 4th Wednesday of every month (7:00 pm), this council advises the pastor concerning the administration of parish finances and the management of funds for the operation of our parish.  Parishioners with personal interest and/or ...

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With a special message to those attending Mass on Christmas and Easter, Fr. Don prepares a card. To help him deliver the cards, cheerful parishioners hand them out following all Masses. It's a great way to see folks you know and meet new ...

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This parish service provides a funeral luncheon for friends and families of deceased parish members, former parish members whose funeral Mass is from All Saints, or whose burial is in All Saints Cemetery.  The luncheon is served in either th...

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GARDENERS – Contact: Diane Valentine 636-397-1440, ext 304 or valentined@allsaints-stpeters.org If you have a passion for flowers and gardening, All Saints has room for you to bring your gifts of tending a garden to others.  We have plac...

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The Genealogy Committee at All Saints is comprised of  parishioners who research, catalogue and document the historical past and present day changes of our cemetery. Information and family connections about those who have gone before us is c...

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GREETERS – Contact:  Dennis Keller 636-397-1440 ext 302 Greeters are ministers of hospitality!  Individuals, couples and families welcome parishioners and visitors to our Sunday liturgies and other parish celebrations by providing a...

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HERITAGE & ARCHIVES  – Contact:  Sherry Maher 636-397-7093 or sherrymaher@rocketmail.com This unique effort preserves the cultural and historical artifacts, photographs, and documents of All Saints Parish.  Our collections ...

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Core Members: If you love God and teens and are ready to make a significant commitment to the development of our youth, this is the place for you.  This group develops and implements the vision of youth ministry and works to develop mentor relat...

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The ministry serves 9th-12th grade parishioners.  Gym Nights are on the first Sundays and Youth Nights are held on second and fourth Sundays both from 7:00pm-8:30pm year round.  We share our faith through discussion, service, music and ...

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This group provides for the ministry of visitation of sick parish members during a hospital stay. The Eucharist is also provided when it is not provided by a hospital chaplain.  Volunteers are needed.  Training is provided for t...

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ROCK or the Rally of Christian Kids is a ministry for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.  ROCK is a FUN way to learn about Christ, worship and prayer. Our mission statement is: “God Rocks!  Youth Rocks!  He is the Rock!—O...

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This is a ministry of public proclamation of the Scriptures.  Lectors are trained and commissioned to serve as a part of The Liturgy of the Word during Mass, Reconciliation Services, and other liturgical services held in the parish.

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Books, CDs, and videos are valuable resources to strengthen one’s faith and are available in the newly established Parish Library located in the Heritage Room of the Parish Office. Volunteers assist with maintaining resources and adding new...

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Children ages 4-7 will celebrate the first part of Mass during 9:00 am and 10:30 am Masses in the school building with an age appropriate celebration of the Sunday Scriptures. Those adults who love to share the Mass with children are needed to he...

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The Mailing Committee meets in the Parish Office to assemble and prepare parish wide bulk mailings. These include The Spirit, the quarterly parish newsletter, Christmas, Easter, picnic, and any other communications going to all parishioners. ...

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“MAM” focuses on Formation/Education/and Services to parishioners in the areas of retirement transition years, caregivers, elders, and the homebound.  New members are welcome and begin with an exciting orientation course that can...

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 The committee meets every 4th Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in the Loretta House. This Committee is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the liturgical seasons and makes decisions that influence worship experiences. Conversations ...

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Money Counters are responsible for accurately counting the collections from the weekend Masses, as well as preparing and making the deposit. The counters work in teams of four or more. Teams rotate each week and normally count once a month.

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The ministry of music encourages those who are gifted instrumentalists and singers to contribute their talent within our liturgical music program. Our parish offers a variety of musical opportunities and styles for worship. Rehearsals corresp...

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Published four times a year, our newsletter keeps parish members informed about our ministries and programs involved in parish life.  It is also designed to celebrate and demonstrate how we are being accountable for the use of the time, tale...

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This association meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (7:00 pm) and strives to promote unity between home and school as well as to support the principal, teachers, and parents in their efforts to provide quality education and formation in our Catho...

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On occasion the Parish Office is in need of help in the following areas: Accounting- Bookkeeping Skills/Computer Skills Clerical Skills.  Please let us know if we may call upon you from time to time.

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Our annual parish picnic is held in June and is a major fundraising event for the capital improvements of our parish.  The picnic is also one of our best community building activities of the year.  Volunteers are needed for the orga...

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Pastoral Council Mission Statement All Saints Pastoral Council exists for the purpose of establishing and nurturing leadership for our parish as a Catholic Christian community of faith. We believe that such leadership should strive for the tr...

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This is a team of 11 members who are the following: The Pastor, Associate Pastors, Director of Administration, Assistant Director of Administration, Pastoral Minister, Director of Liturgy and Music, Princip...

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  Death Row Inmate Released    Death Penalty Prayer Vigil No matter how heinous the crime, if society can protect itself without ending a human life, it should do so. —USCCB, A Culture of Life and the Penalty...

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Parishioners are invited to send requests for prayers of intercession for special needs as well as prayers of thanksgiving. They are also invited to be part of the prayer chain.  This ministry emphasizes our connection as brothers and si...

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For those who have the talent with yarn, knitting needles, or crochet hooks, take yarn with you to make prayer shawls wherever you are. Prayer Shawls comfort those experiencing illness such as cancer or those mourning from the loss of a loved one...

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This committee coordinates our parish respect life programs and activities.  If you’re concerned about strengthening the value of human life within our society for the sake of children, including the unborn, the elderly, the disabled, ...

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All coaches, volunteers and employees who work with or are in the presence of children of All Saints Parish are required to attend a Protecting God’s Children Seminar.  Check the web-site of the Archdiocese to see where you can attend ...

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Members strive to foster a greater sense of belonging to the parish among the parents and children involved in this program by means of good communication between home and school and by encouraging families to become more involved in our parish commu...

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Our Parish School of Religion offers parishioners the opportunity to serve as Catechists for K through 8th grade children.  Substitutes and aides are also needed at times.  Previous experience is valued but not required.  ...

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The quilters donate their time and talent to produce beautiful hand-made quilts that are used for the socials of the parish and the parish picnic. This activity takes place in the Loretta House on Mondays and is a good social opportunity for memb...

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Room at the Inn is a project that coordinates with various locations throughout the Metro Area to act as host sites for those in need of shelter. Host sites provide volunteers, sleeping accommodations, and meals at least one night a month for up ...

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There is a public recitation of the rosary before the 7:30 am Mass Sunday and at 4:30 pm Saturday.  

 

Rosary Makers Since March of 2004 the Our Lady Rosary Makers of All Saints, organized by Lucy Fritz-Smith, has made and donated 86,700 Rosaries to many cities in the United States, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, India, ...

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This group assists with the cleaning and seasonal decoration of our church, and is responsible for preparations before Mass or other Liturgical celebrations.

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This program allows parishioners to reach out to those in need in the area by providing sandwiches to the homeless through the Salvation Army Shelter.  The sandwiches are made at home and dropped off at the Parish Office where they are picke...

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This Board focuses on areas of expertise, ones that are critical to the well-being and viability of our school.  These include: Marketing, Development/Fundraising, Recruiting, Technology Skills, Alumni Groups,...

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The Scouting program is for boys eleven years old and through their teen years.  This program fosters their beliefs in God and helps them to learn new skills while working individually as well as with others.

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Cub Scouts are boys from the first to fifth grades.  A boy may join at any level.  Each noncompetitive level has activities to develop the boy at that level. As first graders the tiger cubs meet weekly with their parents.  From...

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This program is for girls from kindergarten to senior high school. A girl may join at any level.  Each noncompetitive level has activities to develop the girl at that age.  Meetings are at various times according to the group.

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ALTAR SERVERS PROGRAM – Contact:  Fr. Burkemper, burkempera@allsaints-stpeters.org or Dennis Keller 636-397-1440, ext 302 A program for children (beginning at the end of 4th grade), who assist the priest and deacon at the altar with the ...

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SHARE THE HARVEST - Contact: John Valenti 636-397-1440 ext 227 This ministry has no meetings since it is sharing the fruits of your labor with the parish during each summer and fall. If you have extra fruit/vegetables from your garden you would lik...

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This program's focus "ask for a little but from many" is to help meet the needs of others. Shopping bags with lists of items that are needed are handed out to parishioners following Masses. Parishioners do the shopping and shop as J...

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This group strives to create an environment of inclusion in our Parish for individuals with special needs. It is our desire to welcome these individuals (children or adults) without judgment, to provide spiritual and religious development for the...

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SPECIAL PROJECTS FOR THE PARISH ENVIRONMENT – Contact:  Dennis Keller     636-397-1440 ext 302 This newly formed committee assists the parish to enhance our facilities, grounds, and activities. It is this committee...

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This committee helps the parish live out its mission as a welcoming community through hosting receptions. The group assists in developing the plan for the occasional reception, such as an open house or celebration of a special milestone. Receptio...

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In Spiritual Direction a person meets with a spiritual director, or guide, about once a month in order to foster a deeper relationship with God. “Where 2 or 3 are gathered in my name,” said Jesus, “there I am.” Taking this...

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An organization to assist the poor within our community, members meet on the 4th Monday of each month (7:00 pm) to plan and coordinate care for individuals and families needing emergency assistance with food, shelter, utilities, clothing, or help wit...

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The goal of this committee is to inspire our parish community to live out their faith to achieve a closer relationship with God through prayer, service, and commitment.  Meetings are monthly.

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This committee organizes Hospitality Sunday in the Parish Center after 9:00 am and 10:30 am Masses on the 2nd Sunday of the month (October through May).  Its purpose is to provide an informal atmosphere of fellowship among parishioners, welc...

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From September through May during the 9:00 am and 10:30 am Masses our parish provides child care for children (ages 6 months-3 years) of parents and families attending Sunday Mass.  Children are always welcome in church, but at times parents...

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Each week for our celebration of Mass on Sunday individuals and families are invited to volunteer to bring the gifts of bread, wine, and our weekly collection to the altar during the Offertory Rite.  These gifts symbolize the sacrifices of o...

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This ministry helps worshippers to be comfortable in our church by providing assistance and information before, during, and after services.  As a ministry of hospitality, members strive to personally and warmly welcome those arriving for wor...

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VBS is held for one week in June, and provides an opportunity for spiritual outreach for the children in our community (ages 3 years through 4th grade) as well as our parish. In addition to teaching the Bible, time is also spent on arts and craft...

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VOCATION CHALICE – Kelly Henry 636-244-0486 or my-two-sons@att.net A program of Awareness and Prayer for Vocations.  Each week a family/individual from the parish volunteers to host the traveling chalice at their home. 

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VOCATIONS COMMITTEE – Contact:  Fr. Burkemper, burkempera@allsaints-stpeters.org Our primary identity as Christians is as a beloved son or daughter of God, but God calls us out of that identity to individually follow and serve him throug...

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If you have interests or skills in any one of the following areas and would occasionally like to offer some of your time and talents for the life and welfare of our parish.   Contracting Electrical Work Carpentry Pa...

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The work of this committee is to develop and implement ways of welcoming new members to our parish and to encourage all members to get to know one another better. “Welcome Nights” are held bi-annually.

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Are you between the ages of 18 and 40?  Whether you are single or married, with our without children, All Saints has something to offer to YOU.  Our mission is to welcome young adults into a community to serve the Lord, grow in faith, m...

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