All Saints Parish is making a bold move.
In the coming year, we hope to build a new parish rectory. This new facility would enable us to obtain and provide housing for an associate priest, which would greatly increase our capacity for ministering to the spiritual needs of our community. Pierce County is currently the fastest-growing county in the United States, facing unprecedented population increases at a rate of 32 persons per day. We are in dire need of an additional priest who can help serve this rapidly growing population. A new rectory would put our parish in the position of helping to meet that need.
Join us in making a bold move toward the future of our parish community. Make a bold commitment to support our parish rectory build.
To make a donation, click the button below to be directed to our online giving page. Donations of cash or check are also accepted through the parish office or the collections basket at Mass.
Need to know more? Download the Rectory Build Info Sheet to find answers to some of the foremost questions about this project. You are also invited to join us at any of the Rectory Build Info Sessions after all Masses on the weekend of May 27th and 28th. We will be gathering on the empty lot on the corner of 3rd Street SW and 6th Avenue SW, the prospective location of our new rectory. Representatives of the parish staff and finance council will be present to answer questions and share information about the build project.