Council & Committees

Building Committee

This committee is responsible for reviewing and approving all changes and construction activities to the parish buildings and grounds.
Robert McDermott, 972-964-1570,   

Pastoral Advisory Council

This council serves our Lord and faith community as an advisory board of the parish, working closely with the Pastor to study, reflect, and make recommendations concerning the spiritual well-being of the Parish.
Pat Zaby, 214-850-7308, 

Safe Environment Program

As Christian adults, we have a moral and legal responsibility and are entrusted by God with the spiritual, emotional and physical well being of minors and vulnerable adults as they participate in activities within or sponsored by our Church and School.  It is our responsibility and commitment to provide an environment which is safe and nurturing. In order to achieve this objective All Saints Catholic Community has a Safe Environment Program that implements training, screening, background checks and other procedures that are designed to reduce the risk of sexual abuse of children and vulnerable adults.
Elizabeth Horsley, 972-778-0311,

Stewardship Committee

This committee provides the vision, leadership, and organization necessary to foster stewardship as a way of life for the All Saints Catholic Community. The committee manages the annual Stewardship Renewal that invites each member of the parish to share his or her personal gifts of Time, Talent and Treasure with God and with the All Saints Community.
Carolyn Bisulca, 972-661-9282,   


All Saints Catholic School

Opportunities to serve our school include, but are not limited to: Home & School Association, School Advisory Council, School Finance Council, Eagles Club, and Eagles After School Care program.
Mignon Finch, 214-217-3302, 

Home and School Association

This group organizes the volunteer committees that assist the school in fundraising, hospitality, communications, room parents, and volunteer coordination.

School Advisory Council

A group of parents and parishioners that recognize the importance of All Saints Catholic School (Pre-K - 8) as a Catholic educational ministry for our youth, and advise the Pastor and the principal on how to sustain and advance this ministry to meet the needs of our Community.
Anthony Lenhoff,