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Atascocita Presbyterian Church

A PC-USA Congregation and an Earth Care Congregation (2019 & 2020)

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Pastoral, Office, and Music Staff

Reverend Jackie Hannan, Pastor, joined the staff of Atascocita Presbyterian Church in September 2008. She is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelors degree in Elementary education. She attended Union Theological Seminary, in Richmond Virginia and received her Master’s of Divinity.

Reverend Jackie Hannan, Pastor, joined the staff of Atascocita Presbyterian Church in September 2008. She is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelors degree in Elementary education. She attended Union Theological Seminary, in Richmond Virginia and received her Master’s of Divinity.

Jamie Hannan, Director of Children’s and Youth Ministries and Earth Care Initiatives, joined the staff of Atascocita Presbyterian Church in August 2017. Prior to joining the staff team at APC, he worked with children and youth in various capacities within the greater church and the nonprofit sector. He found his passion for working with children and youth while a student at Austin College working with the Activators mobile youth ministry team. Jamie holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Master of Arts in Teaching from Austin College as well as Master of Public Policy Degree from the University of Houston. In addition to working with our children and youth, Jamie also leads our Earth Care Committee.

Jamie Hannan, Director of Children’s and Youth Ministries and Earth Care Initiatives, joined the staff of Atascocita Presbyterian Church in August 2017. Prior to joining the staff team at APC, he worked with children and youth in various capacities within the greater church and the nonprofit sector. He found his passion for working with children and youth while a student at Austin College working with the Activators mobile youth ministry team. Jamie holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Master of Arts in Teaching from Austin College as well as Master of Public Policy Degree from the University of Houston. In addition to working with our children and youth, Jamie also leads our Earth Care Committee.

Carroll Hebert, Office Coordinator, is a native Houstonian and has lived in Humble since 1970. Prior to joining the APC staff, she has worked as a retail clerk and in various clerical positions. Carroll also volunteers with animal rescue organizations and in Harris County Precinct 4 parks.

Carroll Hebert, Office Coordinator, is a native Houstonian and has lived in Humble since 1970. Prior to joining the APC staff, she has worked as a retail clerk and in various clerical positions. Carroll also volunteers with animal rescue organizations and in Harris County Precinct 4 parks.

Joe Weir, Director of Music, is a retired teacher. He spent 34 years teaching music and choir in the Humble Independent School District. During his tenure as a public school educator, Joe served as the State Vocal Chairman and the President of the Texas Music Educators Association. He earned his Bachelor of Music Education from the University of North Texas in 1984 and his Master of Music in Choral Conducting from the University of Houston in 1999. Joe came to APC in the Spring of 2001 and has been with us ever since. He finds a peace and acceptance at APC unlike any congregation that he has served in the past. He organizes the music for worship at APC and leads the Chancel Choir and Men’s Ensemble on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings.

In addition to his work at APC, Joe is the founder and Artistic Director of the Lake Houston Chamber Singers, a community ensemble that performs locally and tours abroad.

Joe Weir, Director of Music, is a retired teacher. He spent 34 years teaching music and choir in the Humble Independent School District. During his tenure as a public school educator, Joe served as the State Vocal Chairman and the President of the Texas Music Educators Association. He earned his Bachelor of Music Education from the University of North Texas in 1984 and his Master of Music in Choral Conducting from the University of Houston in 1999. Joe came to APC in the Spring of 2001 and has been with us ever since. He finds a peace and acceptance at APC unlike any congregation that he has served in the past. He organizes the music for worship at APC and leads the Chancel Choir and Men’s Ensemble on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings.

In addition to his work at APC, Joe is the founder and Artistic Director of the Lake Houston Chamber Singers, a community ensemble that performs locally and tours abroad.

Carl V. Braden, Pianist, joined Atascocita Presbyterian Church “APC” in 2001 as the Pianist. He holds a Bachelor of Music, Summa cum Laude from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University-San Marcos). Carl is a retired teacher. He spent 31 years teaching music and choir in Harlingen and Humble ISD. In addition to his service at APC, Carl also serves as accompanist for many area clinics, workshops and choir camps. He is also the accompanist for and a member of the Lake Houston Chamber Singers. In 1997, Carl was named Teacher of the Year at Atascocita Middle School and is a member of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. He maintains active memberships in the Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Choral Directors Association and the Texas Music Adjudicators Association.

Carl V. Braden, Pianist, joined Atascocita Presbyterian Church “APC” in 2001 as the Pianist. He holds a Bachelor of Music, Summa cum Laude from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University-San Marcos). Carl is a retired teacher. He spent 31 years teaching music and choir in Harlingen and Humble ISD. In addition to his service at APC, Carl also serves as accompanist for many area clinics, workshops and choir camps. He is also the accompanist for and a member of the Lake Houston Chamber Singers. In 1997, Carl was named Teacher of the Year at Atascocita Middle School and is a member of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. He maintains active memberships in the Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Choral Directors Association and the Texas Music Adjudicators Association.

Susan Phillips, Director of Handbells, joined Atascocita Presbyterian Church in 2000 as the Director of Handbells for both adults and youth. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Houston, Clear Lake and has been performing with various handbell choirs since 1981. For the past 11 years, Susan has been a member of Strikepoint, an auditioned community handbell choir that performs both locally and in cities across the nation. Throughout her musical career, Susan has had the honor of directing both adult and youth handbell choirs for various churches within the Humble and Atascocita areas. Susan continues to share her musical gifts with the community through her service on the board of the Greater Houston Handbell Association which holds Houston area handbell festivals for adults and youth.

Susan Phillips, Director of Handbells, joined Atascocita Presbyterian Church in 2000 as the Director of Handbells for both adults and youth. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Houston, Clear Lake and has been performing with various handbell choirs since 1981. For the past 11 years, Susan has been a member of Strikepoint, an auditioned community handbell choir that performs both locally and in cities across the nation. Throughout her musical career, Susan has had the honor of directing both adult and youth handbell choirs for various churches within the Humble and Atascocita areas. Susan continues to share her musical gifts with the community through her service on the board of the Greater Houston Handbell Association which holds Houston area handbell festivals for adults and youth.