Welcome to All Saints Catholic Church
A worshiping community of faith, enlivened by the Holy Spirit, called to serve all people by proclaiming God's love in word and deed as Jesus taught us in the Gospel.
Mass will be celebrated at 11am this Sunday ,May 24th at All Saints. There will be only one Mass this weekend. Parishioners must call the parish office Wednesday through Friday from 8am - 12Noon to sign up to attend Mass, since we are limited in what seating is permitted during this Pandemic. It is mandatory that you wear a mask upon arrival and entrance here at All Saints. We will have some masks at the door as well. Please only use the main doors to enter. You can enter the church building only at 10:45am, no sooner. If you leave a message, you will receive a return call to confirm your seat. Please call 304-842-2283 extension 10. More details can be found on our "Reopening Guidelines" page.
A Pastoral Letter to the Faith Community from Fr. Walt
The Diocesan Directives for returning to public Masses can be found at www.dwc.org
Resources for Spiritual Enrichment
As we work to reopen the parish to the public, weekly schedules will be changing. Information will be updated regularly, so please check the website and our Facebook page for the most recent information
Weekend Mass Schedule (suspended)
Saturday Evening (for Sun.)
8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
By appointment only
Weekday Mass Schedule (suspended)
(Schedule may vary, check weekly bulletin for details)
Monday- 9:00 a.m.
Tuesday - 9:00 a.m.
Wednesday- 7:00 p.m.
Thursday- 9:00 a.m.
Friday- 9:00 a.m.
For additional information regarding Holy Day Mass times
please check our
Liturgies & Sacraments Page
Did you know?
If you are away or ill and cannot make it to All Saints, you can still join us for Mass through our live stream on Facebook! The videos are also archived on our Facebook page so you can go back and listen to the music or homily again. Make sure you have given us a "Like" so you can be alerted when to tune in!
(This, of course, does not take the place of attending a Sunday Mass, but is a wonderful way to stay connected to your community!)