All Saints Men’s Club
The All Saints Men’s Club is a parish organization for men who engage in spiritual, service and social activities to benefit themselves, their families and the parish. The club offers a relaxed atmosphere for fellowship and prides itself on its quality of membership. The club is open to any male parishioner. There is no mandatory level of membership — all members are welcome to participate in any way he can! The club meets on the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Kamel Life Center Fellowship Hall.
Mario Del Puerto — ,
All Saints Moms Group
This is a casual, supportive group for moms to gather in friendship and faith, to encourage a sense of community by enabling both spiritual and social connections. Expectant mothers and those with young children are especially encouraged, but we also need the advice of you experienced moms! We offer monthly meetings, Bible study, playdates, community service projects, social outings and, most of all, support for each other. Annual Registration.
Laura Crook and Laura Concienne —
All Saints Women’s Organization (ASWO)
All women of the parish — from young moms to great grandmothers, single and married, working, stay-at-home, and retired — are automatically members of ASWO. Members participate in various activities of faith and fellowship, as well as service projects to benefit our parish. This ministry runs “Help Your Neighbor Sunday” and provides funeral receptions. ASWO’s primary fundraiser is the Hearts and Hands Bazaar held each fall to address the various needs of our All Saints Community. The organization also has eight circles, smaller groups of women working together on special projects and social events throughout the year. ASWO, along with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus, sponsors the annual Ladies Day of Reflection.
Lori Millwee — 214-535-8620,
Boy Scouts, Troop 86
Scouting is for boys ages 11-18 and combines character development, citizenship and personal fitness with fun and respect for the outdoors. Troop meetings are held Mondays, 7 p.m., at the church during the school year. Activities include monthly campouts, service projects and merit badge classes.
Matt Nickols — 972-835-9668,
The Fall Festival is a major fellowship event that takes place on the All Saints Church campus each year in September. The Festival is a family-friendly, two-day event with great food, beverages, live entertainment, Bingo, silent auction and carnival games with prizes for children of all ages. The volunteer committee is made up of approximately 30 to 40 individuals who meet regularly during the year to plan, prepare as well as execute the event. Planning begins in February. Meetings are held once a month when possible. During August and September we will usually meet twice a month as we get closer to the festival.
We typically meet in Fellowship Hall on the third Wednesday of the month from January to June and September to December. Our meetings begin at 11:30 a.m., with a catered lunch at 12 p.m. and entertainment from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. As seniors, we gather together in gratitude and gladness for God’s gifts and graces to refresh our spirit and relationships by sharing a meal and entertainment; reinforce our Catholic faith; and reimagine aging. Reservations are required — therefore we announce each meeting in the bulletin two weeks in advance.
Barbara Von Seggern — 972-800-7847,
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic men’s fraternal benefits organization. Lumen Christi Council #13520 was established at All Saints in May of 2004. The Order is built upon four principles — Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. The six main program themes revolve around Church, Community, Family, Pro-Life, Youth and Fellowship. Membership in the Order is open to any practical Catholic man over the age of 18. Meetings are held the first Wednesday and third Monday of the month.
Stan Tax — 214-354-8722,
Knights of Columbus Columbian Squires
The Columbian Squires is the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus. Fr. Paul Gray Circle 5717 of All Saints is open to all baptized Catholic boys from ages 10-17. You do not need to be the son of a Knight to join. Squires aim to develop the next generation of lay leaders in the church through a faith-based service program. They also have fun! The Circle is run by the boys themselves under the guidance of Knight Counselors who have all gone through both the Parish and Knights Safe Environment program. Meetings are held the second Sunday of the month.
Stan Schwieterman — 972-239-5830,
Ladies Auxiliary of Lumen Christi
The Ladies Auxiliary of Lumen Christi nurtures women’s faith journeys, while providing an avenue for social contact among members as they assist the Knights with Council activities. Membership is open to all women who have a family relationship — past or present — with members in good standing of the Knights of Columbus. Meetings are held the third Monday of each month following the community meal with the Knights.
Nancy Bryan — 214-733-0631,
Jan Storey — 972-334-0016,
Newcomers Welcome Committee
At All Saints, we wish to make every individual feel a sense of trust and comfort, and for each person to know that they truly belong. The committee strives to make newcomers, and inactive parishioners who are now coming back to the church, feel at home here at All Saints. Volunteers are needed to staff the Welcome Center after weekend Masses, to help with our bi-monthly Newcomers Breakfast, and to welcome every new family that registers.
Barbara Hammond —
Our nursery provides quality child care during Sunday Masses. The nursery is located off the hallway adjoining the Narthex. We offer childcare for infants and children up to 47 months of age during 8:30 a.m., 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m Masses on Sunday mornings. There is a $5 fee per family for childcare during Mass. Childcare may be arranged for special parish events by contacting our Childcare Coordinator.
Rachel Scott —