All Saints Parish Groups

  • Grief Support group

    When: Tuesdays at 2 pm (June 4 to July 2, 2024)

    Where: All Saints Parish Office (204 6th Ave SW)

    Understanding the grief process after a loved one passes can lead to acceptance, growth and recovery. Throughout the year, All Saints offers programs for adults led by an experienced facilitator, with focus on safety and confidentiality in a group setting. (One-on-one assistance is also available.)


    For more information on upcoming sessions, please contact:

    Morningstar Stevenson

    (253) 845-7521, ext. 014

    morningstars@allsaintsparish.com

  • Rosary Makers Ministry

    When: Wednesdays (12 - 2 pm)

    Where: All Saints Parish Center (Room 240)

    Rosary Makers Ministry values devotion to our Blessed Mother Mary, praying that every handmade Rosary will enhance the faith of others. Ages 12 and older can enjoy summer with us on Wednesdays from 12 to 2 pm in the All Saints Parish Center (506 3rd St SW, Puyallup 98371). All supplies and instruction are provided. Bring Rosaries needing repair too! 


    For details, please call Deb at (253) 720-8861 or send her an email. (picture courtesy of Deb)

  • Parkinson's group

    When: 3rd Thursday of each month (5:30 pm)

    Where: All Saints Parish Center

    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 contact:

    All Saints Parish Office: (253) 845-7521

    or

    Jeanie Veith (click here to email)

  • Prayer shawl group

    When: Fridays (10 am)

    Where: All Saints Parish Office (204 6th Ave SW)

    Every Friday from 10 to 11:30 am in the Parish Office, parishioners are invited to crochet and knit prayer shawls and scarves. These free, hand-crafted gifts are provided on behalf of the All Saints community to those in need. Visit during Parish Office hours (weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm) to pick up an item for a loved one, or leave a yarn donation.


    Want to learn how to crochet or knit? Stop by any Friday morning, and the group will be glad to teach you!

  • Columbiettes Auxiliary 1629

    Columbiettes is for all Catholic women ages 18 or older


    We are a charitable, not-for-profit organization, supporting many different charities and involved in community activities as well as working collectively with our brother Knights to promote faith and unity. You will have the opportunity to meet other women who share your interests through our social events and religious works. Our organization is united by our Catholic faith, the love of our family and country, and our commitment to helping others.


    To find out more, please contact:

    Deb Ramirez, President

    Click here to email

    (253) 720-8861


    Website: http://www.columbiettes-asc.com/

  • Knights of Columbus Council 1629

    Knights fundraiser on June 8, 2024 - last chance to purchase tickets this weekend (June 1 and 2)!

    The next fundraiser for All Saints Parish's Council 1629 will be the June 8 pancake breakfast at Applebee's. For tickets and more details, please find a Council member (wearing green vests) at Masses on June 1

    (5 pm) or June 2 (9 am only). Click here for an event flyer.


    Park and donate during Farmers' Market

    During the Puyallup Farmers' Market season (April to October), the Knights are accepting donations for parking in the All Saints Parish Center lot (506 3rd St SW, Puyallup 98371) during Market hours. Thank you for your contribution towards charities supported by the Knights.


    "Is your family built on solid ground?"


    We are a brotherhood of Catholic men ages 18 and older who answer the question above by supporting our families, Parish and community. Activities include Parish potlucks, third Sunday breakfasts (see below), Oktoberfest, Free Throw competitions, monthly membership meetings, Blood Drives and more. Members help one another develop into faith-filled leaders and providers for their loved ones.


    Knights also enjoy access to our highly-rated insurance program, with all products backed by ethical and faith-based business practices.


    The legacy of Blessed Michael McGivney

    It all began over 140 years ago, when Father Michael McGivney gathered a group in Connecticut for the purposes of bringing financial aid and other essentials to community members. In October 2020, Blessed Michael McGivney received beatification, the Church's second stage in conferring Sainthood to an individual. Learn more about this inspiring figure here.


    To find out more, speak to any Knight after Mass (men in green vests), or contact: 

    Jorge Ramirez, Grand Knight

    Click here to email

    (253) 318-0205

    Search "Knights of Columbus 1629 Puyallup WA" on Facebook

Join the Knights at their pay-what-you-may pancake breakfasts - open to all!

(third Sunday of every month, September to May, after both 9 and 11 am Masses)