Lent/Triduum/Easter 2018

Again this year, All Saints will participate in Catholic Relief Services’ Operation Rice Bowl, a faith-in-action program The big news is that Operation Rice Bowl has gone digital. All Saints is encouraging families to use the online and mobile resources found at www.crsricebowl.org/families where you will find loads of ideas for prayer, fasting and learning for the Season of Lent. If you prefer traditional paper rice bowls and Lenten calendars, they can be found at the Justice & Service table in the back of church. 

 All such donations need to be in to the parish office by April 1. (Checks should be made payable to All Saints and marked as “rice bowl” in the memo line. All Saints will forward the funds to CRS after Easter.) 



Easter Sunday Parking
Arrangements for additional parking have been made with management of Cub Foods. Persons attending the 9:30 and 11:30am Masses at All Saints are welcome to park in the east half of the Cub Foods lot. Shuttle transportation between the Cub Foods lot and All Saints will run beginning at 8:30am (and again at 10:30am) until busses are no longer needed. The busses will be available for return trips beginning at 10:30am (and again at 12:30pm). Look for the sign on the sidewalk near Cub indicating the designated loading area. (Please consider using this option for yourself and leave room in our lot for guests and visitors.) 

Helping Others Find Their Way on Easter Morning
Assistance is needed with managing traffic in the parking lot and drive ways on Easter Sunday morning before and after the 9:30 and 11:30 Masses. We need two shifts of four people each (9–11 and 11–1). Help make parishioners’ and visitors’ coming and going smoother on this most holy feast.

Please contact Deacon Jim Marschall if you can serve in this manner. 952.985.9983 / jmarschall@allsaintschurch.com