Backstory

Committed to Community Emplowerment…

The Power Center, once a dilapidated and empty K-Mart store, is today a 21st century model of private and public partnership that provides jobs for 374 people, serves 26,700 families a month and generates $15.5 million in the community annually.

In addition to being a premier 20,000-square-foot event venue, The Power Center exists to empower individuals and families educationally, economically, socially, spiritually, culturally, medically and emotionally.  The Center houses a marketplace of for-profit and non-profit entities, executive suites for entrepreneurs, a UT Women, Infants and Children (WIC) office and the Houston Career Initiative.

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The Power Center was the first major undertaking of the Pyramid Community Development Corporation (CDC), a premier faith-based organization founded in 1992 to improve the quality of life in a historically underserved area of southwest Houston. It was the vision of Kirbyjon H. Caldwell, senior pastor of Windsor Village United Methodist Church.

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