There is always a place for you at All Saints Parish.

All Saints Parish Evansville

All Saints Parish was created on July 1, 2015 with the merger of two of Evansville’s oldest parishes:
St. Anthony Parish and St. Joseph Parish. The merger has created a strong parish and positioned us to have even greater impact on our community as an expression of our faith.

Whether you’re new to the area, returning to the church, or curious about the Catholic faith and how it is shown in the world, we invite you to experience the warmth, the joy, and the community you’ll find at All Saints Parish. We welcome the doubter as well as the believer, the active in faith as well as the seeker.


Get Involved

Here at All Saints Parish, we offer several stewardship opportunities for all parishioners, young and old, to be involved in Parish life. Whether you would like to cook a meal, visit the elderly, join us in our justice ministries, pray for others, clean the church, or greet our parishioners at one of our weekend Masses. We offer opportunities for everyone to share their gifts and talents with others!

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Welcome
Newcomers!

Whether you’re new to the area, returning to the church, or curious about the Catholic faith and how it is shown in the world, we invite you to experience the warmth, the joy, and the community you’ll find at All Saints Parish. We welcome the doubter as well as the believer. We welcome the active in faith as well as the seeker.

There is always a place for you at All Saints Parish.

Join Our Community

Giving is a blessing

Your contributions make a difference

In addition to your time and energy, All Saints Parish also depends on parishioners’ financial support. We’ve made it easy for you to consider online giving, and to determine an appropriate annual level of giving and to have your contribution automatically paid every week.

Growing in Faith
Together

Faith Opportunities

Here at All Saints Parish, we offer several opportunities for all parishioners, young and old, to grow in faith. Whether you would like to participate in a Scripture Study, JustFaith!, Family Faith, LifeTeen, becoming Catholic, or one of our other many programs and offerings, we offer opportunities for everyone to grow in their faith and gather with other parishioners!

Wednesday Morning Outreach

Part of our life in Christ is to help ensure that people’s basic physical needs are met.
Learn more about our Wednesday Morning Outreach Programs.

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Happy Father's Day!
Veggie Giveaway Dates for 2024 - Save these dates and we are excited to work with Seton Harvest, Southwestern Indiana Master Gardeners and other community partners this Summer.  Hope to see you there.
#setonharvest #southwesternindianamastergardeners #veggiegiveaway
Change in Office Hours Announcement
Hello All You Saints! We want to share a change.  Beginning Thursday, June 20th, the Parish Center office hours will be �8:30 am to 12:30 pm on Thursdays. 

Parish Center Office hours will be 
M, T, W 8am to 4:30pm
Thu.8am - 12:30pm
Fri. 8am - 1:30 pm

As we settle into a summer full of differing schedules, and Thursday afternoons are typically very quiet, we decided to try this change in Parish Center office hours.  hank you for your flexibility and understanding. 
~ Sharon Vogler  Pastoral life Coordinator
Happy Flag Day!
God Bless the men and women who protect our freedom.
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA - Feast Day June 13th

"St. Anthony, St. Anthony, come around! Something's lost that must be found!" Did you learn this rhyme in childhood? St. Anthony of Padua is more than the patron saint for lost items. By his life, he shows a special interest in lost souls. St. Anthony was born to noble parents, but he preferred a simple life of faith to the riches of his childhood. He joined the Franciscan order in 1220. He quickly became known for his eloquence in preaching. He had a way of reaching all sorts, from nobles to clergy to those who had fallen away from the Catholic faith. In addition to preaching, St. Anthony organized supplies for the poor and negotiated release for prisoners of war between Italian city-states. However you or your loved ones feel lost this week, pray for St. Anthony's intercession! @LPI
Are you Traveling this Summer?  Do you have a family favorite that you look forward to every year?  Or do you love to staycation and go to the drive-in, local pool or just chill?  Share below what you have planned this summer?

Don't forget to try online giving to share your generous donations with All Saints Parish and don't miss a Sunday.  You can also tune into our livestream.  Safe Travels!
TriState Creation Care News
Thursday, June 13, Islam and Ecology
The third session of Wesselman Woods’ Religion and Ecology series will be held this Thursday offering the Islamic perspective on ecology.  Begins at 6 pm at the Nature Center.  There is no cost. 

For your calendar, the following are the future evenings in this series:
 July 11, Hinduism and Ecology
  Sept. 12, Catholicism and Ecology
  Oct. 12, Eastern Orthodox and Ecology
  Nov. 14, United Church of Christ (UCC) and Ecology
CELEBRATE WITH US!
2024 CAJE Celebration will be June 17th at St. Wendel Catholic Church.
Sign in at 6 pm, Program to start at 6:30 pm
Creation Care News - It’s time to get our Creation Care team active again. 

I want to hold a meeting Today, Tuesday, June 11, 6:30 pm in the Niehaus room (basement of the school). It’s always been my conviction that the church should be leading the way on stewardship of our Earth after all it was the very first duty God gave us.  So, please consider joining us, Today, June 11th. ~Tom
Your Justice challenge this week is to be a friend of the poor in your community. What can you do—individually, as a family, as a group of friends—to help someone in poverty? Choose a corporal work of mercy and respond by feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, or sheltering the homeless! ©Center for Ministry Development.  Published by the Pastoral Center / PastoralCenter.com All rights reserved.

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