Christian Community Action

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Christian Community Action (CCA) is a faith-based, nonprofit social services agency that has been healing, feeding and providing hope to families in need since 1973.


Financial Assistance - We offer financial assistance for helping with rent and utility bills to prevent homelessness. Assistance can include partial, one-month rental assistance to full, three months of rental assistance, rental application fees, security deposits, advance payment of last month's rent, and utility deposits and payments. Food Pantry - Our Food Pantry is located at 200 S. Mill Street in Lewisville. The pantry is set up as a self-selection grocery store that is fully stocked with food, household items, and hygiene products. During the COVID-19 pandemic, CCA moved to a drive-thru boxed food distribution method to reduce risk levels. Click here for more information.


Kids Eat Free - Addresses the physical and emotional needs of children during the summer months. With the help of local school districts and other community partners, we identify and establish strategic sites that serve children who would otherwise receive free or reduced lunch at school. We ensure that children (ages 1-17) receive a nutritious lunch Monday - Friday and a weekend supply of food. In addition, we provide an opportunity for children to play games and participate in other organized activities.

Back-to-School - We ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed in the classroom. We provide backpacks filled with school supplies and clothing vouchers to kids who otherwise would begin the school year without the proper essentials. The program not only physically prepares children with academic tools, but also increases overall self-esteem and mental readiness for learning.

Christmas Cheer - Low-income families struggle to meet everyday household commitments cannot begin to imagine providing Christmas cheer for their children. We provide toys, gifts, age-appropriate books and stockings filled with treats while the parents receive a devotional or Bible and the opportunity to pray with a Chaplain. All gifts are unwrapped providing parents with gift wrap, bows, and batteries to ensure that they have a fulfilling part in preparing the gifts for Christmas morning.

Golden Angels - The program provides elderly clients with numerous opportunities for social interaction, free healthy meals, access to the Food Pantry and more. Additionally, we provide holiday cheer, meals and companionship. During COVID-19, staff and volunteers have been assembling and delivering basic needs like food and hygiene kits to our most vulnerable seniors who are not able to leave their house due to the pandemic, disability, or lack of transportation.


Training Programs - We partner with PNC Bank, Denton ISD Adult Literacy and North Texas Central Texas College to provide programs and training that families need to develop a strategic action plan to break the cycle of poverty. Programs include GED and ESL classes, vocational certification, computer skills, and financial literacy classes. Additionally, we conduct job fairs to CCA clients in need of employment, offering applications, and even on-the-spot interviews.

Spiritual Counseling - We are guided by our mission statement which begins with "In the name of Jesus Christ..." We realize that spiritual wellness is an important part of a person's life. Our Case Managers provide these services with a heavy focus on getting to know the client and forming the relationship through trust and empathetic listening, with an opportunity to share the gospel. They assist in helping a client find balance in life and reconnect or strengthen their relationship with God. Spiritual counseling also helps clients re-establish (or establish for the first time) meaning and purpose in life and be at peace.

Contact information

Mailing address:
Christian Community Action
200 S. Mill Street
Lewisville, TX 75057


Phone: 972-221-1224


Organization details

EIN: 237319371

CEO/President: Gilbert Montez

Chairman: Tracy Scott Miller

Board size: 11


Year founded: 1973

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 06/30

Member of ECFA: Yes

Member of ECFA since: 2017


Our goal is to bring hope into as many lives as possible by providing tangible help to those in need. Changing lives means committing to giving a "hand up" instead of a hand out to those in our community.

Mission statement

In the name of Jesus, Christian Community Action assists the poor by providing comprehensive services to alleviate suffering, bring hope and change lives.

Statement of faith

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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Community Development

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating497 of 94033 of 59
Fund acquisition rating578 of 94237 of 59
Resource allocation rating215 of 94218 of 59
Asset utilization rating672 of 94038 of 59

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Balance sheet
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$407,103$438,168$343,741$1,621,949$1,603,071
Short-term investments$8,669,404$7,973,969$7,199,193$0$0
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$10,133,424$9,267,658$8,129,139$2,240,170$2,294,010
Long-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Fixed assets$3,000,754$3,118,626$3,190,694$9,515,291$9,981,835
Other long-term assets$562,500$937,500$1,312,500$0$0
Total long-term assets$3,563,254$4,056,126$4,503,194$9,515,291$9,981,835
Total assets$13,696,678$13,323,784$12,632,333$11,755,461$12,275,845
Payables and accrued expenses$185,465$271,855$134,879$264,191$341,870
Other current liabilities$5,000$0$3,684$15,906$25,508
Total current liabilities$190,465$271,855$138,563$280,097$367,378
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$0$0$0$10,679$32,045
Total long-term liabilities$196,000$8,000$0$1,362,864$1,385,607
Total liabilities$386,465$279,855$138,563$1,642,961$1,752,985
Net assets20202019201820172016
Without donor restrictions$13,220,581$12,995,203$12,463,011$9,795,676$10,235,204
With donor restrictions$89,632$48,726$30,759$316,824$287,656
Net assets$13,310,213$13,043,929$12,493,770$10,112,500$10,522,860
Revenues and expenses
Total contributions$4,672,752$3,875,205$4,236,718$3,176,826$4,621,103
Program service revenue$0$0$0$0$68,891
Membership dues$0$0$0$0$0
Investment income$600,217$402,896$2,796,070($249)$1,489
Other revenue$768,410$816,357($336,107)$1,042,038$897,234
Total other revenue$1,368,627$1,219,253$2,459,963$1,041,789$967,614
Total revenue$6,041,379$5,094,458$6,696,681$4,218,615$5,588,717
Program services$4,697,518$4,050,123$3,704,797$3,581,547$5,904,093
Management and general$277,920$324,694$110,198$289,681$512,864
Total expenses$5,464,796$4,859,621$4,315,411$4,628,975$7,276,124
Change in net assets20202019201820172016
Surplus (deficit)$576,583$234,837$2,381,270($410,360)($1,687,407)
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets$576,583$234,837$2,381,270($410,360)($1,687,407)


Stephen HoodCEO/President (outgoing)$115,613

Compensation data as of: 6/30/2020

Response from ministry

No response has been provided by this ministry.

The information below was provided to MinistryWatch by the ministry itself. It was last updated 8/23/2021. To update the information below, please email:


Program accomplishments

2,600,000 health meals and groceries served through the Food Pantry in FY21

$1,700,000 financial assistance provided to prevent homelessness in FY21

712 children received back-to-school supplies, backpacks and clothing in Summer 2021

17,113 healthy meals and groceries delivered to senior citizens in FY21

50,000 meals provided to children in Summer 2021