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. 


Directory of All Saints Parish Ministries and Organizations


(Parish Life)

Contact:  Fr. Bob Suit 636-397-1440 ext. 225

Mission Statement: For lay people to bring Christ’s love and care to hurting people in a confidential and safe environment.

Parishioners are encouraged to participate in this ministry in a variety of ways:

As a Stephen Minister

Duties: Agree to be a Stephen Minister for 2 years, attend training of 20 weekly sessions, meet one-to-one with someone going through a loss, and participate in two meetings a month for supervision and ongoing education.

Time Commitment:  Receive 50 hours of training to become a Stephen Minister, meet once a week with person, two meetings a month with Stephen Leaders for supervision and ongoing education.

Special Gifts: Empathy for people who are hurting. Trustworthy, able to offer a caring relationship, make yourself relatable and willing to apply the principles from training.

As a Stephen Leader

Duties: Agree to be a Stephen Leader for 2 years, be part of a small group establishing and directing Stephen Ministry at All Saints, build awareness of Stephen Ministry within the parish, recruit and train Stephen Ministers, meet with potential care receivers to assess their needs, match care receivers with Stephen Ministers, conduct bi-monthly supervision meetings with Stephen Ministers and provide continuing education. Participate in a one-week training conference to become a trainer for the Stephen Ministry.

Time Commitment:  One-week conference to learn the resources used to lead Stephen Ministry, 2 years of leadership, 50 hours to train Stephen Ministers, meetings with those wanting a Stephen Minister, bi-monthly meetings with Stephen Ministers.

Special Gifts: Empathy for people who are hurting. Trustworthy, able to recruit and coach, willing to apply principles from the Stephen Ministry Leader Training Course.