The Parish Council is composed of 9 parishioners elected for a three year term from the parish at large.  If a commission member becomes unable to perfom their duties, a parishioner may be appointed by the Pastor to complete the council member's term.  The Council meets once a month, except July and December.  There is a minimum of three members on each of the three commissions: Faith Formation, Parish Life, and Social Concerns. Council members are responsible for monitoring the activities, issues and needs of the organizations and ministries assigned to their commissions.  Meetings are open to all parishioners.

The 2020-2021 President is Shannon Callahan - 501-416-0740

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Faith Formation Commission

The Faith Formation Commission coordinates, developes, promotes and evaluates all Parish related education and faith formation programs. Parish organizations and ministries affiliated with Education and Formation include: Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), Youth Faith Formation (YFF), Catholic Youth Ministry (CYM), Adult Education, Scripture Study, Summer Speak, Liturgical Ministry Training, Sacramental Preparation (Baptism, First Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation), and Vacation Bible School (VBS).

Members of this Commission are:
        Shannon Callahan - 501-416-0740

        Thomas Lipham - 713-446-6382  



Parish Life Commission

Parish Life Commission promotes parish unity and a sense of belonging among the members and the community by providing opportunities for people to be together and to provide a welcoming atmosphere especially for newcomers to the Parish. Parish organizations and ministries affiliated with Parish Life include: Men's Club, Altar Society, Garden Angels, Snow Angels, Seniors Group, Boys and Girl Scouts, "The Parishioner" newsletter, Hospitality & Support Ministry, Funeral Ministry, Event Volunteers, Pictorial Directory, and Blood Drives.

Members of this Commission are:
      Tamara Ketter - 501-554-4476

      Carole Riley -501-663-3767 


Social Concerns Commission

The Social Concerns Commission will work to inform and involve the Parish community in social concerns and charitable acts toward one another and toward the larger community of city, state, nation and world; to transform into action the Church's concern about social justice and charity towards all people.

Members of this Commission are:
        Nancy Stuart - 501-663-4616

        Al Malzewski - 501-747-4454 

Buildings and Grounds Committee

The Buildings and Grounds Committee maintains the physical infrastructure to ensure that the maintenance and the capital needs of the facilities are appropriately budgeted.

For more information about this committee, please contact Susie Williams at or 501-663-8632.

Stewardship Committee

The Stewardship committee guides and monitors the annual Stewardship Campaign. The Committee is also responsible for ensuring theat the Pastoral Council Commissions review and update their portions of the Pastoral Plan.  The members include the Pastor, Parish Life & Stewardship Coordinator, and anywhere from three to six parishioners.  The committee meets on an as needed basis.

For more information about this committee, please contact Laura Humphries at or 501-663-8632.