Parish Council and Ministries
  Parish Council Eucharistic Ministry Altar Servers and Lectors Sacristan CCE and RCIA Wedding & Funeral Services The Ministry of Hospitality  

Parish Council
  President: Kenny So 蘇強華 281-565-2398
Vice President: Jonathan Cheung 張超賢 281-980-1686

The Ascension Parish Council is composed of 12 members. There are 8 council members are elected by parishioners. The rest of the three seats (Treasurer, Liturgy, and Religious Education) are appointed by the parish pastor. The elected council members serve a term of two years and are eligible for nomination of a 2nd term. Every year, half of the seats are up for election. The president, vice president, and the Secretary are elected by the council members.

The Parish Council serves in an advisory role to the pastor of the parish. Also, the council involves in planning and organizing activities that will enrich the spiritual lives of the parishioners. The Parish Council is the sounding board of the parish members, and therefore, everyone in the parish has a voice in it.

Council members are elected by parishioners:
Kenny So蘇強華281-565-2398
Jonathan Cheung張超賢281-980-1686
Jing-Jung Su蘇靜君281-980-3201
Davin Ng吳寶偉281-481-9593
Delan Zheng鄭德蘭281-902-8444
Grace Cheung張芷淇281-265-8723
Ariel Wang  
Lidia Kiang姜佳琍 

Council members are appointed by pastor:
TreasurerSue Wong伍瑞娟713-524-3241
LiturgyHelen Kiang高慧敏281-438-9593
Religious EducationBonnie Lee李邦寧832-275-8178
Special NeedsLily Truong張莉莉281-495-8987

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Eucharistic Ministries
  Deacon Paul Kiang 281-438-9593

The role of an Eucharistic Ministry is not just what he/she does, but whoe he/she is - child of God. To ensure that administor Holy Eucharist revenently and efficiently, Eucharistic ministers are asked to attend class on the diocesan level. The class helps the ministers to learn and understand the theology and the doctrine. The class is only the minimum requirement before one is considered eligible to server the community.

The responsibility of Eucharistic Ministers are not only serving in the Mass. They also deliver the Eucharist to the parishioners who is in sick, and bring Viaticum to the dangerously ill, to assist in exposing, and to repose the Blessed Sacrament for veneration should that assistance be required.
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Alter Servers and Lectors
  Tim Kelley 713-283-6623, Altar Server - Director
Echo Ku 281-494-8707, Lector - Director

The Altar Servers assist in the sanctuary. In geneal, alter servers assist to the priests during the Mass, especially ready to help the visiting priests. Usually, the alter servers wear vestment (cassock and surplice), and making preparation before the Mass and responses to clearn up the Alter after the Mass.

The Lectors are entrusted wit the crucial task of making the word of God come alive by proclaiming it to the Christian assembly, aloing with the bishop, the priest, and the deacon. An exceptional skills of public speaking will defintely helps one who become aware of the great ministry.
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  Faye Lin 713-497-3012

The duties of the Sacristan are carried out under the general direction of the Liturgy Committee. However, for a specific celebration, the sacristan is responsible to be the Master of Ceremonies. Usually, the Sacristan is resposible for maintaining the church complex, preparing the liturgical materials, or other ritual books, and setting up the environment to facilitate and enrich the liturgival celebration.
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  Gladys Shen 281-495-5257
Deacon Paul Kiang 281-438-9593

CCE Program was established in 1985. The main purpose is to help the children knowing about the God, to love the one and another, and to experience the joy and peace in Jesus Christ. Also the CCE offers classes for the Baptism and First Communion for children's sacramental preparation.

Likewise, the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) offers the same purposes but focuses to the adults. The RCIA describes a process in which men and women are guided and cared for as they awaken in faith and are gradually introduced to the Catholic way of life. The RCIA process is a series of carefully planned stages, marked by liturgical rites in the presence of the whole community, in which new Catholics embark on and join us in a continuing and deepening conversion into faith and discipleship. The RCIA takes the distinctive history and spiritual needs of each person into account, differentiating between the baptized and the unbaptized, the catechized and the uncatechized. The needs of mature, practicing Christians from other faith traditions are considered on an individual basis.
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Wedding and Funeral Services
  Theresa Dai 281-240-5279

The ministry strives to provide the service for wedding Mass, funeral, and memorial services. The main responsibility is to inform the pastor and co-ordinate the schedule the availability of the church. If requested, the ministry also helps to prepare the scripture readings, arranges the choir, lector, and alter server to serve on the day of the cememory, and prepare the booklets.

In a funeral service, flowers will be orderd to express respect and condolence on behalf of the church.

The schedule of the wedding and special cememory posts on the church bulletin a week advanced.
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The Ministry of Hospitality
  Cynthia Chen 713-973-9147

the Usher are the first of the Christ's face to greet God's people as they assemble for prayers. The greeting of welcome is the first wish that the parishher in the Eucharistic celebration: The Lord by with you. The goal is to make the parish community as a loving community.
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