All Saints Quilters
The All Saints Quilters gather monthly on the third Tuesday from 6:30 to 9:00 PM in the Social Hall (excluding July and December). Their primary focus is fostering camaraderie while creating an annual quilt for raffle. Additionally, they collaborate with the parish Haiti committee, sewing backpacks and school uniforms for children in our sister parish in Haiti.
For more information, contact Ann Tow
Faith Formation Commission
The Faith Formation Commission gathers on the fourth Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Library (excluding July). It comprises volunteers, School Board officials, and nominated members of the Pastoral Council. We welcome and encourage anyone interested in promoting parish-wide Faith Formation to join us.
For more information, contact Peg Schmitz
The All Saints Catholic Parish Finance Council is a dedicated group responsible for overseeing the Parish's financial affairs. Comprised of knowledgeable professionals, they ensure responsible resource management and long-term financial stability. Their expertise is vital to the parish's success, particularly during challenging times, upholding the values of stewardship and accountability rooted in the Catholic faith.
For more information, contact Emmett Scherrman
The Haiti Eastern Iowa Committee, established in 2000, supports Notre Dame de Lourdes Parish in Haiti through prayers, solidarity, and fundraising. We focus on improving education in 24 rural Catholic schools with the funds we raise. Our committee includes members from All Saints, St. John's, and the Heart of Mary Cluster. We meet monthly, rotating locations. Check the bulletin for details.
The All Saints Liturgy Committee meets monthly to ensure active and meaningful participation in the Holy Liturgy. We plan, recruit, and train liturgical ministries, enhance art and decor, provide catechesis, and align our tasks with the Liturgical year. Join us in the parish library on the second Wednesday (excluding July) at 5:00 PM.
For more information, contact Sue Bright
MOMs is a supportive group for moms of all ages and stages. We empower women to reflect on their roles, strengths, weaknesses, ministries, and friendships, and understand how God's grace influences their lives. We encourage personal growth and recognize motherhood as a sacred gift from God.
For more information, contact Katrina Bueckers
Men of the Eucharist
Join the Men of the Eucharist every Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the parish Library to explore how to live out our calling in today's world. Discover ways to follow Jesus, balance work and home, and love others like Christ loved the Church. Enjoy instruction, conversation, and camaraderie in a casual atmosphere with like-minded men on the same journey.
For more information, contact Mike Schulte
The Charismatic Prayer group gathers every Tuesday from 3:00pm to 4:00pm at the church's lower level. Prayer requests can be submitted through the Narthex's prayer request box or online. Join us to experience the power of prayer and fellowship.
For more information, contact Our Office ManagerRequest Prayers
The Pastoral Council's Social Justice Committee continues Jesus' ministry by supporting disadvantaged individuals and those with special needs. They manage programs that advocate for justice and compassion for all God's children, providing an avenue for parishioners to address current social concerns. The committee convenes in the church basement every even-numbered month on the second Monday.
For more information, contact Melissa Peckosh
St. Annes Circle
Inspired by St. Anne's devotion, the St. Anne Circle nurtures a love for God and each other. They tend to the vigil lights in the church and raise funds for the benefit of All Saints and the community through volunteer programs. Meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 1:00pm in the All Saints Social Hall, where co-hostesses provide dessert and coffee.
For more information, contact Monica Magee
St. Monica Circle
Founded over 60 years ago, St. Monica Circle is a vibrant community of women. Inspired by the patron saint of mothers, St. Monica, we strive to emulate her faith-filled service and love in family and marriage.
St. Monica Circle fosters spiritual well-being and supports the parish mission of loving God, serving others, and forming disciples. Our funds contribute to various Parish and community programs.
Join us for monthly luncheon meetings from September through May, held at noon on the second Tuesday. We also celebrate St. Monica's Feast Day with a group Mass and cherish a summer party as a highlight of our activities.
For more information, contact Jeanne Amosson
That Man is You
That Man is You! is an interactive men's program merging science, Church teachings, and spiritual wisdom to cultivate authentic male leaders who can positively impact themselves, their families, and society. Join us for food, friendship, and faith.
Visit tmiy.org for further information.
Parish Plant Committee
The Parish Plant Committee consists of knowledgeable individuals from the Parish who oversee building and grounds maintenance. They handle various tasks, from routine maintenance to upgrades and future projects. Their recommendations ensure everything functions smoothly and remains appealing to our parishioners.
To view the latest meeting minutes, click here.