Our vision is to serve as the heart and central gathering place in the Cypress Creek community for non-profits and educational organizations.
The Community Center is the energizing force within a centralized, civic complex which includes the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Art, Barbara Bush County Library, Courthouse Annex, a 63-acre part and Cypress Creek Greenway Hick and Bike Trails. The Community Center provides space through which more than 160 non-profit organizations provide valuable community services each year to 350,000 persons. It is a community-driven concept dedicated to meeting the cultural, recreational, spiritual, and psychological needs of all peoples within its service area. Owned and operated by Cypress Creek Christian Church, the Center is the home of The Centrum, Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts(FACE), Cypress Creek Christian Pre-School, Interface-Samaritan Counseling Center, Friday Nite Live, and offers space for more than 160 non-profit social service organizations to offer community enrichment programs each year.
Mission: ...To elevate the quality of life for the residents of northwest Houston by providing a venue for the programs and activities of non-profit organizations serving the social, cultural, and spiritual needs of our community.
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Join us on Saturday, January 18th at 5pm for the 35th Annual Celebration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.
The Forum Building
Cypress Creek Christian Community Center
Cypress Creek Christian Community Center
Barbara Bush Library Friends
The EBONY organization, the Barbara Bush Library Friends, and HEB invite you to the African American Read-In on Saturday, February 10th, from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the Cypress Creek Community Center Forum building at 6823 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX 77379. Together we will celebrate the "Joy of Reading." There will be authors who will talk about their books and have them for sale. There will also be a Pop-up Library where you may check out and return books. For kids there will be storytime and crafts. Winners of the short story & essay contest will be announced.
"A Message of Hope from the Mountaintop” in Honor of the Birthday of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Fiftieth Anniversary Year of His Death
Sat., Jan. 13, 5:00 p.m.
In The Forum of Cypress Creek Christian Community Center
6823 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, Texas 77379
Wow!! The Cypress Creek Christian Community Center is now able to host regular story times in the Forum every Monday for the Barbara Bush Library. They start Jan. 22 and will include a pop-up library where you can check out and return library books. What a wonderful example of a partnership that serves community needs!
Note: Because of ongoing repairs, there is still no access to the library. Library staff cannot accept your donated books at this time. Sorry!!
Mark your calendar so you don't miss this special visit of the library's Curiosity Cruiser to the Community Center!
Note: You can check out and return library materials at this event, but we still cannot accept donated items. Until we are back in the library building, we have no place to store donations. Sorry!
Progress continues on the post-Harvey repairs to the facilities of the Cypress Creek Christian Church and Community Center. The Forum, the Activity Room, and the Chapel are currently able to be used for church activities, and hopefully these and additional spaces can be re-opened to community use soon. You can help speed the recovery efforts through a year-end tax-deductible donation. Write a check payable to Cypress Creek Christian Community Center and mail it to 6823 Cypresswood Dr., Spring TX 77379. Or visit our website at http://www.thecentrum.org to find a link to donate online through Network for Good.
thecentrum.org As you know, the Community Center sustained considerable damage during Hurricane Harvey. We are working, in partnership with other organizations, to rebuild and restore our campus as quickly as possible so that we will be open to host our many events. We know that budgets are tight now for us all, b...
The Barbara Bush Library Friends are grateful to the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center for hosting the Library holiday party this Saturday. All are invited.
THUR., NOV. 16, 7 P.M.
The Congregation Jewish
5400 Fellowship Lane
Spring, TX 77379
For more information call 281-376-0016.
Come join people of all faiths in expressing thanks for our country, community, family, and friends.
Note: Please bring a canned food donation. Food donations will be given to Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM) for distribution.
More than ever.
We have an update on our recovery efforts!
Click below for more photos and info.
We have an update on our Community Center as well as during, after & recent pictures on our website. Click below for more info.
The Cypress Creek Christian Community Center is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is "to elevate the quality of life for the residents of northwest Houston. The Center is a catalyst for creating and encouraging the programs and activities of non-profit organizations serving the social, educational, cultural, and spiritual needs of our community." Over 160 organizations have been using the facilities of the Center in recent years.
As you know, the entire Community Center is out of operation right now due to flooding by Hurricane Harvey. The Community Center board's goal is to get the campus back up and serving the community again as soon as possible. And you can help! Make a tax deductible donation to the recovery effort online at https://tinyurl.com/CCCCommCtr
or by mailing a check, payable to CCCCC to the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center at 6823 Cypresswood Dr., Spring TX 77379. With God's help and the support of our community, we will return to operation soon.
As clean-up continues at the Cypress Creek Christian Church and Community Center, the piles of materials destroyed by the floodwaters accumulate outside.
As you all know, the campus received considerable damage due to Hurricane Harvey. We are in the process of remediation and reconstruction at this time and have no estimate as to when we will be back open to host events and meetings. We will give you updates as soon as we have any information. In the interim, if you have any questions, please email Norma Lowrey at [email protected]. Thank you all for your prayers as we move through this process.
We are tackling the Youth and Annex buildings today. There is still work to be done in the Centrum, Forum, and Chapel though. We will be ripping out more carpet, packing up the big kitchen in the gym, Clorox the floors, and continuing to pull out ruined items and furniture.
Yesterday went extremely well. Big thank you to the over 60 people that were able to come out yesterday! The church and community center is so, so blessed with a wonderful family working together to rebuild the buildings.
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