This Week at All Saints

Sunday, July 23: Pentecost VII
Low Mass @ 8:00AM
Solemn High Mass @ 10:00AM

Monday, July 24
AA @ 7:00PM

Tuesday, July 25: St. James
Knitting Ministry @ 5:30PM
Low Mass @ 6:00PM

Wednesday, July 26
Writing Group @ 9:30AM (offsite)
Low Mass @ 6:00PM
Waking Up White Book Study offsite @ Trinity on Meridian @ 6:30PM

Thursday, July 27
Dinner for Dayspring @ 5:30PM

Saturday, July 29
Carol Ernsting Funeral Mass @ 10:00AM
AA @ 7:00PM

Sunday, July 30: Pentecost VIII
Low Mass @ 8:00AM
Solemn High Mass @ 10:00AM
Coffee Hour @ 11:20AM


Contact information for those listed below can be found in the parish directory.
If you do not have a directory, please see the two exhibit copies in the back of the church or call the church office at

summer low masses

Need to beat the heat? Each summer we add a Low Mass on Sunday for those who find the 10:00 AM Mass a little too hot in our brick building. These Low Masses are held starting the Sunday after Corpus Christi and continue through the Sunday before Labor Day. 


Trinity, Indianapolis and Tabernacle Presbyterian churches are hosting a six- week book study series on the book Waking Up White by Debby Irving at 6 pm, Wednesday evenings starting July 26. The study series flyer is posted in the parish hall.

Only a few spots left! Go to to register!  The study series flyer is posted in the parish hall.


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celebrate the life ahead gala

Thursday, August 17, 2017, 6-9 pm @ Conrad Indianapolis, 50 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 

Individual Tickets: $125, Sponsorships: $1000+. Tickets at or by calling 317-921-0836. 

All proceeds strengthen our efforts to welcome refugees to Indianapolis and provide the resources they need to rebuild their lives. Help show your support for the dignity and human rights of people around the globe by spending an evening with Exodus.


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IndyCAN is a faith based community organizing group that is focused on empowering those who are marginalized and striving for economic and racial equality. All Saints has partnered with IndyCAN regarding the recent Marion County transit bill and is currently involved with supporting the Sanctuary movement in the form of rapid responders, legal and counseling support for immigrants, and with preparations for families who will request sanctuary over the coming months.  

In addition, our city continues to experience racial and economic inequality--these are issues of justice including the recent death of Aaron Bailey. We would like to deepen our commitment towards this work, through IndyCAN, and in our own neighborhood.  

If you are interested in participating in any of the various components of the Sanctuary movement, or in any other way with IndyCAN, please see Nancy Bain (
or Patrick Burke (  More information about
IndyCAN is available at


We will be providing and serving dinner to the Dayspring residents on Thursday, July 27.  We usually arrive by 5:30 pm, serve dinner at 6:00 pm, and are often finished serving and cleaning up by 7:15 pm.  If you would like to help in some way, either this month or in the future, with this monthly ministry, by providing food, helping to serve, and/or helping to clean up, please contact Pat Griffin.

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1 can of baked beans
1 package of Mac & Cheese
1 bag of chips
1 package of hot dog buns
1 bottle of ketchup and/or mustard
1 package of cookies
1 jar of pickles or olives

Other items are always needed, and donations are not limited to the above.


altar flowers and prayer lamps

A new signup chart is posted in the parish hall for sponsoring / dedicating altar or chapel flowers as well as prayer lamps for the Mary and Michael chapels for July, August, and September.