All Saints Parish is a community of diverse people, rooted in a heritage of faith, united by the Eucharist and the Word of God. Following Christ’s example, we seek through a variety of ministries, to know, love and serve God and one another and to extend our prayer and stewardship to the missions in the spirit of all the saints.
Saturday Vigil 4:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am and 11:00 am
Weekdays in the Chapel:
Monday - Friday 7:30 am
Wednesday (October - May) 5:30 pm
Please see calendar for Holy Day Masses
Confessions heard Saturday at 3:00 pm, other times by appointment.
Eucharistic Adoration every Wednesday Noon - 5:00 pm in the Chapel
The Chapel is located inside the Parish Hall adjacent to the Church at 76 Church Street.
Sunday: one Sunday a month as announced
Chicken & Biscuit Dinner
Breakfast with Santa
From the Pastor's Desk
Posted in From the Pastor's Desk on 01/17/18
My Dear Parish Family,
Both the first reading and the Gospel this weekend illustrate ... Read More »
Posted in From the Pastor's Desk on 01/05/18
My Dear Parish Family,
God leads us just as surely as the star ... Read More »
Posted in From the Pastor's Desk on 12/29/17
My Dear Parish Family, Today’s feast of the Holy Family reminds us that being ... Read More »
Faith Formation today (Saturday, January 13) is cancelled due to weather.
In the event of inclement weather, check this space for closings / cancellations, or wgrz.com/closings
January 10: planning meeting for 10th anniversary celebration
January 13: Chicken & Biscuit Dinner
January 14: Family Liturgy, Hospitality and Office Hours
Save the Date...
January 15: Usher workshop
February 3 - 4: All Saints Parish 10th anniversary celebration
For all of these events, see the website or bulletin for details, or call the office at 433-3707.
Ministry Essential II Course
All Saints is pleased to host the faculty of Christ the King Seminary for Ministry Essentials II, Wednesday evenings beginning January 24th. Click here to open the brochure and registration form.
St. Patrick's Cemetery News
Thanks to your generosity, our matching grant has reached goal and will be fully funded! Parishioners and friends of St. Patrick’s Cemetery have been overwhelmingly generous, donating $25,000. Our heartfelt thanks to the Grigg-Lewis Foundation for matching every dollar. Work on the remediation of headstones will continue once the weather breaks in the spring. Your donations are appreciated for ongoing maintenance and improvements.
You may donate online at allsaintslockport.org, or by mail to: All Saints Parish Cemetery Fund, 76 Church Street, Lockport, NY 14094.
Grave Sales Introductory Discount Ending:
Introductory pricing on graves is coming to an end! We are currently offering 15% off the purchase of plots in the newly opened Section C of the cemetery. Two-grave plots are currently $1,700 but will return to $2,000 on March 1. Call Mary Ann Bernard at 433-3707 x 409 to schedule an appointment before March to secure introductory pricing. Evening and weekend appointments can be scheduled. Payment plan available.
St. Patrick's Cemetery: A Glimpse into Its History and People Buried There:
We had a tremendous response to the release of St. Patricks Cemetery: A Glimpse into its History and People Buried There - Volume II. We just presented the first wave of proceeds to the Cemetery Committee of $1,700, which was matched by a local foundation - for total of $3,400 for volume II. With the proceeds of $2,600 from volume I (matched for a total of $5,200), this book has now contributed $8,600 for the betterment of our cemetery! These funds will help "right" many of the monuments which have been toppled and other key maintenance efforts. Thanks for this tremendous support!
Lets not stop here! Please forward this message to a friend or family member and ask them to help our cemetery by purchasing either Volume I or Volume II - or both. They also make a great gift.
Volume I is still available at Ticklebridge in the Bewley Building on Market St In Lockport or on-line at niagaraarttrail.com.
Volume II is available in the Lockport, NY community at Ticklebridge, All Saints Parish, 76 Church St; and the Niagara County Historical Society store, 215 Niagara St. and online at niagaraarttrail.com under the products tab.
Thanks for your continued support. I am now working on a more complete listing of burials for Volume III!
Shelley Richards, author