HOUSTON LEVEE COMMUNITY CENTER

The Houston Levee Community Center (HLCC) was conceived out of Calvary Church of the Nazarene in 2012 under the leadership of Pastor Lynn Holmes. Since that time, the Center has impacted families and youth all across Cordova and surrounding areas.  Outreach efforts have included full-day youth summer camps, Father-Daughter Dance, Fall Fest, youth basketball and volleyball leagues, open court adult and teen basketball, a Christmas Promise Dinner for local families in need. The Center has also offered adult classes in areas such as Christian Counseling, Anger Management, Addiction Recover, and Diabetes Awareness, as well as senior fitness programs. As a privately owned community center, we could not accomplish our goals without the incredible support of local community partners. The Lord has allowed HLCC to lead the way in uniting the Cordova community and we are honored to serve Him. 
HLCC is located at 1801 N. Houston Levee Rd., next door to
Calvary Church.  To find out more about HLCC,
click here to visit their website.
HLCC'S MISSION
The Houston Levee Community Center seeks to share the love of Christ with our local community by providing Christ-Centered programs that develop young leaders, strengthen families, and transform neighborhoods.
Our core values are integrity, accountability, community and fun.

HLCC'S VISION
HLCC strives to build a stronger community by providing individuals and families with services and resources to promote:
  • Educational Achievements
  • Health and Human Welfare
  • Sports and Recreational Programs
  • Family Support Programs

HELP WANTED!

Matthew 25: 35-36
The Mid-South Food Bank in partnership with HLCC and Calvary Church will host three mobile food pantries in the Cordova community.  The first two in September and October will be small but necessary based on the needs survey and food availability. We hope to use the first two as training for the larger November pantry.
We need 20 volunteers to successfully host these events. We are usually notified 10 days prior to the event.
This has to do with the availability of the food needed in a particular community. The need is great, but the workers are sometimes few.
HLCC staff and some Calvary members have been doing this successfully for the past four months. We follow all safety guidelines and procedures. There is something for EVERYONE to do.
Our last pantry served over 300 families.
We start at 7:30 am and finish by 12:30 pm.
James 2:14-26.
We are grateful and thankful for your continued support.
Now let us rejoice and celebrate shoulder to shoulder in a good work.  You can step into your faith by emailing [email protected] or [email protected].
Thank you!
Michael Granderson, Executive Director HLCC
YES, I can help with food distribution!