Online Connections

To help protect our staff and parishioners during the coronavirus outbreak, our offices will be closed until further notice.  Our staff will be working remotely during this time.  If you need to contact one of our staff members, please click here for our parish directory.  If emergency sacramental care is required, please call 253-845-7521 and listen for the appropriate prompt.


This page is the landing place to find the most recent updates and announcements, and links to new content as we grow our online Parish community.  


If you do not currently receive our e-Newsletter we encourage you to sign up - drop an e-mail to the Parish Office .  Also follow our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information, under All Saints Catholic ChurchJust "like" the page and see the feed on your Facebook page.


See Archbishop Etienne's announcement about returning to Mass here.

Sunday outdoor Masses are scheduled for all Saints Parish.  Please see below for information to make your reservation.


All Saints church is open weekdays for private prayer from 3-6pm by entering through the Prayer Garden ramp door.  Please use this opportunity to pray in front of the tabernacle. Also observe the Covid-19 precautions as posted just inside the ramp door.  Of course, if you have any symptoms of illness, please stay home.


Confessions are now by appointment only. Please call the parish Office (253-845-7521) and leave your short request with a name and clear telephone number. We will return the call when we have retrieved the voicemail.



Please visit again soon.

Last update: 6/21/2020


Resources


  • Prayer at All Saints

    Make your reservation to attend an outdoor

    Sunday Mass at All Saints

    Mass times are now at 9:00am, 10am, and 11:00am, rain or shine!

    Attendance is limited and health & safety protocols will be observed.

    Anyone experiencing a fever or other symptoms of illness must remain at home and not attend Mass.  Please self-assess prior to coming if you have reserved to attend. Please attest to reading  the Health Screening Questionnaire and Testing Resources which you can read here

    Those who attend may face mandatory quarantine if a fellow attendee subsequently tests positive for COVID-19.

    All parishioners must wear masks, with exceptions for very young children.

    Parishioners may receive Communion only in the hand.

    Practice strict social distancing of at least 6 feet from members of another household.  The Parish will provide sanitized seats placed at a prescribed distance from others.

    Mass will be of shorter duration and without public singing.


    There are 2 ways to reserve:

    1) Reserve online for Masses on...

    2) Call the Parish Office between noon and 4pm weekdays at (253) 845-7521.  (Phone calls are not possible nights or weekends.)  Give your name, number of guests, an e-mail address and telephone number. A confirmation will be sent to those reserving online.


    When you arrive at Mass, you will be checked off the list and seated.  Please consider the sight line of others to see the altar if planning to bring an umbrella for inclement weather.  Rain hoods may be most appropriate. Hands must be free of encumbrances as you approach for Holy Communion & as you depart the seating area.


    Keep in mind that dispensation from attending Sunday Mass in person is still in effect, whether or not you are ill or vulnerable. This also covers situations where people are unable to attend because of limitations of available seating, illness, and general risk or vulnerability. Live-streamed Mass from the Archdiocese remains daily on Vimeo and Facebook.  Masses are also available on television. 



    All Saints church is open WEEKDAYS for private prayer from 3-6 pm.

    Confessions are by appointment only through the Parish Office.  Please call 253-845-7521 and leave a short request with your name and clear telephone number for our return call.




    Resumption of Public Masses

    Pierce County is now in phase 2 and Mass indoors, although permitted, would restrict us to very few attendees.  We have decided to proceed with outdoor Masses to allow for a greater attendance.    Staff are working daily to address liturgical needs for fully reopening and to assure the safety of parishioners is a priority.

    All Saints is permitted to reopen for outdoor Mass with a few guidelines and including a reservation protocol as above.  

  • Local, National and International Liturgies

    Please click here to visit our page dedicated to live stream and recorded Mass resources.


    We encourage you to frequently visit both Northwest Catholic online and the Archdiocese of Seattle website for updated content and messages from Archbishop Paul Etienne.

  • Praying at Home

    Please click here to visit our page dedicated to prayer resources for home.  


    We also encourage you to follow our parish Facebook page  @AllSaintsPuyallup and our liturgy Facebook page @ASPuyallupMusic for uplifting content to connect you with our community of faith.



  • Continued Parish Stewardship

    About half of our parish income is normally collected at weekend Masses.  While our doors are closed and parishioners cannot attend Mass, our parish still has expenses and employees are working remotely.  Bills are still coming in and need to be paid. We thank those who have already made the shift to online giving.   If you are able, and have not set up electronic giving, please consider your options at this time.


    You can set up electronic giving through the parish website giving page here. One-time and recurring options are available.


    You can also mail in your contribution to our parish office address:

    All Saints Catholic Parish

    204 6th Ave SW

    Puyallup, WA 98371


  • Life's Challenges in a Time of COVID-19

    During these uncertain times, we are all experiencing different life and relationship challenges. We invite you to consider the areas where you might need more assistance than usual.

    Know that whatever you are feeling, you are not alone.


    The "Self-Care During the Pandemic" resource was offered by Emily De La Torre, a nationally board certified, licensed Catholic mental health counselor, who specializes in marriage and family therapy.  She owns and operates Pax Family Counseling, a group counseling practice in downtown Vancouver. 


    We hope that by sharing this information with you, you too may become more aware of your brothers and sisters in need, and how you can either help them, or help yourself.    Download the information here.


    Topic areas include: Marital Stress, Family Stress, Family and School at Home, Facing Anxiety and Stress, Facing Domestic Violence, and Healthcare Professionals and PTSD.