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 »
Sagemont Church will be hosting a Deaf dinner social from 6 to 8 P.M. on the evening of Friday, April 5. Look for signs in the church parking lot and inside the church to direct you to the social. continue »
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Join Us This Sunday for an uplifting message, great fellowship with the deaf, and meaningful prayer time.
Sunday Worship: 8:30 a.m. Interpreted for the Deaf.
Sunday Connection Groups for the Deaf: 9:45 a.m. continue »
This post was submitted by Tony Slate.RespondBy Dr. Julie Howard | Jul.04, 2011 | Filed in: Community
A Service Series by the Deaf for the Deaf at First Methodist Houston. Beginning July 10, 2011, Dr. Steve Wende will begin a series on “Forgiveness and Second Chances”. This series was suggested by the Deaf at FMHouston and we will be actively participating in the development of each message for a 4 week study. continue »
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A national policy adopted by First Methodist Houston, Texas to uphold true accessibility.
Christians have believed and taught from the very beginning that God is the Creator of all people continue »
This post was submitted by Dr. Julie Howard.RespondBy Dr. Julie Howard | Jun.12, 2011 | Filed in: Community
Beginning June 19, 2011, First United Methodist Church Houston Downtown will begin it’s very own Deaf Fellowship and Bible Study each Sunday from 9:45 to 10:45 followed by interpreted worship service.
The Class is entitled Our Human Potential and is open to ALL ages. The studies will be lead by Bill Scheel, a truly Biblical historian, and Bethany Boyles, a latent deaf leader. Our motto is simple…: Hearing eyes, Speaking hands, Loving hearts with TONS of potential! continue »
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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.1 CommentBy Hank Wamble | Apr.15, 2011 | Filed in: Community
MeadowCrest Church would like to invite you to visit us in the Pasadena area on Easter April 24th. We will have an ASL interpreter at our 11am service and would love for you to join us. continue »
This post was submitted by Hank Wamble.
Westland is a church of vision. You will find that we are not ordinary in any way. The loving and gifted people at Westland believe that we should be culturally relevant and biblically sound. You will find love, acceptance, discipleship, encouragement, excitment and the challenge to be all God created you to be. What you will not find is a lot of rules, regulations and religious attitudes about life, God or others.
Let me start off by saying that having been an atheist, I realize that not all of you will agree with everything I am writing about, but understand that it comes out of a deep love for equality in continue »
Mass in Sign Language, voice interpreters provided for hearing members.(NOT and interpreted Mass) Religious Education for Sacraments for Children Sacrament Preparation for Adults for Baptisms and Weddings Interpreters provided for Services at other Catholic Churches: eg, Funerals, Missions, etc. Mass every Sunday at 11:15am followed by social Deaf Club provides planning for monthly events
16106 Middlebrook Drive
offering sign language interpreted masses
9:30 am mass every Sundays
13350 Ashford Point Dr.
Houston, Texas 77082-5100
Offering sign language interpreted masses.
Mass is interpretered every Sunday at 11:30 am
6:00 pm mass every Sundays
15500 El Camino Real
Houston, Texas 77062
(281) 486-0337 (voice)
Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC) Christian, Protestant
2025 W. 11th Street
Telephone number (TTY, voice, fax, cell phone) – 713-861-9149 (v)
Sunday 11AM service interpreted, childcare available
Contact coordinator for the following services: to arrange interpreter for adult and children Sunday School,
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) 2nd & 4th Friday AM
13000 Jones Road
Houston, Texas 77070
Church office: (281) 890-1900
Phone: (281) 970-7092 Coordinator
Sunday School taught by a deaf minister to the deaf. All services are sign interpreted. A United Pentecostal church, member UPCI.
9901 Windmill Lakes Blvd
Houston, TX 77075
(281) 481-6692 v/TTY or (713) 910-1911
Email: Carla Swanson – firstname.lastname@example.org
All services are interpreted for the deaf
7400 East Houston Road
10:45 Sunday worship services interpreted
Interpreters available for other church events upon request
19911 SH 249 (corner 249 & Cypresswood)
Houston, TX 77070
Contact: 281-469-3389 (voice)
We currently provide interpreting for the deaf at our 11:00 am Sunday service.
Houston, TX 77075
Contact: (713) 991-5683
Silent Witness Bible Study on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. in Room 245.
Interpreters also available for 10:30 AM worship service. Easy access to church from Beltway 8. Pearland Parkway exit between Beamer and Telephone Road exits.
3005 Pearland Parkway
Pearland, Texas 77581
Telephone: 281-997-9000 Ext. 207
Email contact: Frances Davenport – email@example.com