Schedule of services

Weekday Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8:30 am

Weekend Masses

Saturday at 5 pm

Sunday at 9 am, 11 am and 5 pm

Reconciliation and Adoration

Saturday from 4 to 4:45 pm

Local Reconciliation

Fridays at St. Martin of Tours Church:

Following 10 am Mass

(2303 54th Ave E, Fife 98424)

Sacramental Anointing

by request after any Mass

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All Saints Catholic Church

503 3rd Street SW - Puyallup, WA 98371

Our Church is on the corner of 3rd Street Southwest and 5th Avenue Southwest, approximately two blocks north of the Washington State Fair and approximately two blocks southwest of the Puyallup Public Library.


Park on the street or in the Parish Center lot on 3rd Street


There is a wheelchair ramp on the south side of the Church. 

Parish Office

204 6th Ave SW, Puyallup 98371

(253) 845-7521 / email

The Parish Office is located one block south of the Church at the corner of 2nd Street Southwest and 6th Avenue Southwest.

Office hours are normally 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday. The office may be closed, or close early, on some Fridays. The office is closed most Monday federal holidays. Please leave a message, and we will respond upon our return as soon as possible.

Upcoming events

We welcome you to our community of faith in a variety of events throughout the year

Now underway

Partners in the Gospel

April 2024 update

Upcoming pastoral appointments for Partners in the Gospel were announced during Masses in early April. Beginning July 1, 2024, Rev. Cal Christiansen will be Pastor for Parish Family # 34: All Saints, St. Martin of Tours and Holy Rosary Bilingual Academy (Fife) and Sacred Heart (Tacoma).

Our Parochial Vicars will be Rev. Dexter Dais, Rev. Gilberto Mora Tapia and Deacon Maximiliano Muñoz (to be ordained in June).

Beginning July 1, Father Michael will serve as Pastor of St. Charles Borromeo and St. Leo (Tacoma), and Father Val will be Parochial Vicar for Holy Family and St. John Mary Vianney (Kirkland). Find the full list of assignments and a new letter from Archbishop Etienne at the links below.

List of official appointments

Archbishop's April 2024 letter

During this time of transition, please keep our current pastoral leadership in your prayers, as we welcome with Christ's love our new leaders this Summer.

Over the next 3 years, our Parish Family will come together to become 1 canonical Parish under the guidance of our Pastor and Parochial Vicars.

(Please note that this does not mean 1 single church building or campus.)

This pastoral planning effort is taking place across the Archdiocese of Seattle to reinvigorate and renew our local Church to better respond to the needs of the people and reflect the realities of today. Please continue to pray for this renewal effort, and especially for the members of our new Parish Family. 

Learn more about Partners in the Gospel by visiting the Archdiocese's website.

  • Mondays (7 pm)

    Men's Ministry

    All Saints Men's Ministry will soon conclude their study of C.S. Lewis's "Mere Christianity," and on May 13 will begin exploring a new book by author Richard Rohr: "From Wild Man to Wise Man," which focuses on male spirituality. Participants are asked to bring a copy. Men's Ministry joins together on Monday evenings at 7 pm in the All Saints Parish Center, and new members are always welcome.

    For more information, please call the Parish Office at (253) 845-7521.

  • April 18, 2024 (5:30 pm)

    Parkinson's group monthly meeting

    Individuals with Parkinson's and their caregivers are welcome at 5:30 pm inside the All Saints Parish Center. Affiliated with the American Parkinson Disease Association, this group gathers on the third Thursday each month to discuss local opportunities, ministries and contacts for support.

    For more information, please call the Parish Office at (253) 845-7521, or email Jeanie here.

  • Kickoff weekend: April 20/21, 2024

    Annual Catholic Appeal

    Occurring each Spring, the Appeal (which begins the weekend of April 20) supports over 60 ministries throughout the Archdiocese of Seattle. Funds raised over this Parish's Appeal goal of $115,519 go towards our on-campus projects! Give easily and securely in any of the following ways:

    • Find and return Appeal envelopes at Mass (also mailed to parishioners)
    • Click the blue 'DONATE' image to the left
    • Visit

    Learn more about the Appeal on our website.

  • April 20, 2024 (11 am - 1 pm)

    Spring Service Day

    Be a part of Spring Service Day at All Saints Parish! Various projects for families and individual helpers are available on April 20 from 11 am to 1 pm, including care in the Parish Garden, cleanup of the ELC playground and more. Pick your preference online by clicking the button below.

    Please note that all minors are to be accompanied by an adult. We greatly appreciate your time!

    sign up here for spring service day

  • April 20, 2024 (6 pm)

    Columbiettes-led Rosary inside church

    The Supreme Council of Columbiettes has recognized April 20 as a National Day of Prayer for each auxiliary. That evening, the All Saints Columbiettes will attend the 5 pm Mass together. Afterwards the group will remain inside church and lead a Rosary, to which all are welcome.

    Learn more about the Columbiettes on our Parish Groups webpage.

  • April 20, 2024 (6 pm)

    Youth Night (Grades 10 - 12)

    High schoolers in Grades 10 to 12 are invited to a fun evening this Saturday, April 20! We will gather at 6 pm in the All Saints old rectory (adjacent to the church) for a taco bar, movie and games. Hope you can join us!

  • April 21, 2024 (following 9 and 11 am Masses)

    Knights of Columbus breakfast

    Enjoy fellowship with parishioners and delicious food served by our Knights of Columbus. These pay-what-you-can events help support local charities.

    At the April 21 breakfast, the Knights will be selling tickets ($12.00 each) for their Flapjack Breakfast at Applebee's on Saturday, June 8.

    Consider joining the Knights by visiting our Parish Groups webpage.

  • May 4, 2024 (10 am - noon; L'Arche Tahoma Hope)

    Monthly meetup for young adults

    Father Val’s monthly invitation to L’Arche for young adults continues! Ages 18 to 39 can gather to collaborate on different service projects at 11814 Vickery Ave E, Tacoma 98446. Feel good doing good in our community!

    Visit our Young Adults webpage or email Father Val for more information.

  • June 1 and 2, 2024

    Deacon Kyle Rink's Ordination and First Mass of Thanksgiving

    We joyfully anticipate the Ordination of All Saints parishioner Deacon Kyle Rink to the priesthood! All are invited to both of these special events:

    - (June 1; 10 am) Ordination at St. James Cathedral

    - (June 2; 11 am) First Mass of Thanksgiving at All Saints Church, to be followed by a reception and an opportunity to receive a blessing

Recent events


All Saints Parish is a member of the Archdiocese of Seattle

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Local and Archdiocesan news

  • Easter greetings from Archbishop Etienne

    Click the image to the left to watch a video by Archbishop Etienne, who wishes all faithful throughout the Archdiocese a Happy Easter, and encourages each of us to more fully share the joy of the Risen Christ during this triumphant liturgical season.

    Find an online calendar of special upcoming Feasts and other ways to enliven your journey to Pentecost at

  • Volunteer with Seattle Seafarers Center

    Now underway

    The Puget Sound economy is built around our ports. The cargo ships that visit Seattle and Tacoma are staffed by an average of 25 men and women who spend up to 11 months away from family, and can face isolation and loneliness.

    The Seattle Seafarers Center is now assembling a team of volunteers to welcome these hard-working individuals in Tacoma. Training and accompaniment will be provided. If you are interested, please call (206) 935-3439 or send an email. Your presence makes a difference!

  • National Eucharistic Revival

    Now until Pentecost 2025

    In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops launched a movement called Eucharistic Revival, for Catholics across the country to deepen their devotion to the Real Presence in the Eucharist. More information and resources may be found on the Archdiocese website.

  • Disability Inclusion Mass

    April 20, 2024

    Our Archdiocese invites all to a special event on Saturday, April 20, at 11 am: the Disability Inclusion Mass at St. James Cathedral, celebrated by Archbishop Etienne. The first in-person Inclusion Mass since the pandemic, it will be followed by a lunch and dance in the O'Dea High School gym. 

    Please click this link to register.

    Thank you for helping those with disabilities find meaningful encounters with their Catholic faith.

  • Camp Solanus

    August 11 to 17, 2024

    Registration is now open for Camp Solanus, an opportunity for young Catholic men entering 7th, 8th and 9th Grade. The one-week overnight experience will be held at Camp Hamilton in Monroe from August 11 to 17. Campers will have fun while encountering Jesus and growing as Catholic leaders.

    For more information or to register, click here.

  • Synod Assembly in Rome

    Fall 2024

    Thank you to all who participated in the Interim Synods at All Saints and St. Martin of Tours Parishes in early 2024. The information received is first synthesized by the Archdiocese of Seattle, then Archbishop Etienne - selected as one of 400 delegates - will take the synthesized data to the next Synod Assembly in Rome in Fall 2024.

    Pope Francis has acted on 10 items from the first Synod already - read more here in an article from Northwest Catholic.