It’s time, friends and foes! A time to rise up, unite resources, build support, educate and especially be “heard” by those who live in Houston. Although Houston is the 4th largest city in the US, we have yet to see a central hub where Houstonians can find a variety of useful information in one place. HoustonDeafNetwork.com will do its best to fill in the missing gaps and help you fulfill your needs. But wait, there’s more than just providing you information… continue »
Guess what!! We are still recruiting new contestants. The deadline has been extended to June 17, 2011.
The Miss Deaf Texas Ambassador program is not a beauty pageant, but a tradition that has been going on for 35 years providing a forum for the Deaf Texas ladies to express their opinions, talent and intelligence. It will be a positive experience for the deaf and hearing community to enjoy watching the program. The winner of the Miss Deaf Texas title will be awarded the Tara McAvoy Scholarship of $1000.00.
This post was submitted by Amanda Tuite.
Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, in Houston, TX, provides interpreted services every Sunday at 7AM and 11AM. Also, other services and events, per advanced request, as available.
Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church
3826 Wheeler Avenue
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 748-5240 (not tty)
Ephatha Deaf Ministry
This post was submitted by P. Prentis.RespondBy Dr. Julie Howard | May.20, 2011 | Filed in: Community
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL DOWNTOWN
June 13-17, 2011
9:30am – 12:30pm
Extended Care with Field Trips
Ages 3 – 6th Grade (completed 5th grade)
ASL Combined Class available for your child. continue »
This post was submitted by Dr. Julie Howard.
Newly Forming Sunday School (in sign language) 9:30 AM every Sunday and Worship service w/interpreter 11:00 AM every Sunday. [FM systems available for all worship services (8:15, 9:30, 11:00)] Occasional Deaf/Hard of Hearing fellowship events beginning with focus on Deaf Awareness Month annually.
1320 Main at Clay
Houston, Texas 77002
Phone: 1-800-652-2999 voice
713 412 0766 text – Deaf Leadership/Bethany Boyles
Deaf ministry info – text/skype 979 583 7121 (Julie Howard)
Deaf ministry information email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
This post was submitted by Dr. Julie Howard.RespondBy Dr. Julie Howard | May.20, 2011 | Filed in: Community
First United Methodist Church Downtown offers an interpreted traditional worship service as well as all special events. As the Deaf members of the church family continue to grow in numbers, Deaf leadership has begun forming a Deaf and HH Sunday Class to meet at 9:45 just prior to the 11:00am worship service. Whenever possible, the group will continue fellowship by sharing lunch together at a local downtown restaurant. Come one Comes ALL!!! – Dr. Julie Howard – firstname.lastname@example.org
This post was submitted by Dr. Julie Howard.RespondBy Dee Mathes | May.19, 2011 | Filed in: Articles,Community
Can You Serve? Mission Hearts exists to strengthen, empower, and improve the lives of deaf and disabled individuals in times of disasters or through missions where ever there is a need around the world. continue »
This post was submitted by Dee Mathes.
Every 2nd Sat. of each month
May 14th, 2011
8pm till closing
Kingwood ASL Event
End of school year celebration!
4121 West Lake Houston Parkway
Kingwood, TX 77458
Phone: (281) 361-7168
May 27th, 2011–5pm-10pm
This post was submitted by Joseph Holmberg.2 CommentsBy Kaitlyn Tracy | May.10, 2011 | Filed in: Articles,Community
The Houston Deaf Advisory Committee (HDAC) is now accepting applications! We are looking for leaders and advocates of the deaf community continue »
This post was submitted by Kaitlyn Tracy.RespondBy scott bailey | May.09, 2011 | Filed in: Articles,Headlines
April 2011 – Deaf Link, a Texas-based accessible communications company, is pleased to recognize the Houston Police Department for providing video remote interpreting (VRI) technology for ASL users in the city of Houston. This addition of VRI along with existing community interpreting agreements provides the HPD and Houston residents with a cost effective and time efficient solution in providing ASL accessibility.
Houston is the nation’s 4th largest city, with over two million residents. continue »
This post was submitted by scott bailey.
Every 2nd Sunday of each month
May 15th, 2011
Sunday, 3pm to 6pm
Greetings! Friends For Life is Houston’s no-kill non-profit animal rescue & adoption organization, located in the Houston Heights. I am contacting you regarding a very special cat we are trying to find a home for. Toby had a deaf human mom prior, and I wanted to reach out to deaf-oriented groups in trying to find him a new home. continue »
This post was submitted by Courtney Parsons.RespondBy Rafael Gonzalez | May.02, 2011 | Filed in: Activities
Houston Deaf Latino (Rafael Gonzalez)
Memorial City Mall (food court )
Freeway I-10 and Gessner Road
Houston. Texas 77024
Saturday, May 14 2011
4:30pm to 9:30pm
I Hope you come event want there Memorial City Mall thank you Smile (*_*)
This post was submitted by Rafael Gonzalez .