CCSA is determined to make a difference in the San Antonio community by tackling thosesocial issues impeding the underserved and/or underprivileged individuals from living productive lives. Please take time to read a few of our major accomplishments.
THE LIVES WE IMPACT
On April 15, 2021, CCSA Board of Directors unanimously voted YES to support Proposition B and strongly encourage all who believe in TRANSPARENCY and ACCOUNTABILITY
of our Police Department to do the same.
CCSA’S “PRO’S” MINISTRY
PRO-phetic... A voice piece for God providing spiritual perspective on issues we face
PRO-active… Putting forth vision that will seek to not only respond but head off issues
PRO-ductive… God empowering ourselves to make a difference in our community, city, state and nation
PRO-gressive...Building upon our positive tradition and moving forward through confrontation, collaboration, and compromise
Ashlynne L. Williams was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, but was raised in San Antonio, Texas. Ashlynne was an active member of Calvary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Kevin L. Nelson. Ashlynne graduated from Oliver Wendell Holmes High School with Honors in 2015, serving as #5 out of the Top 10 graduates. She participated in many extracurricular activities, such as pep squad, AVID, National Honor Society, and more. After high school, Ashlynne attended Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas with the support of CCSA and other scholarships. While attending PVAMU, she was very active in various student organizations such as the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Association in Computing (ACM), and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. On May 11th, 2019, Ashlynne graduated from Prairie View A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Ashlynne currently works as a Software Engineer for Northrop Grumman Corporation in Baltimore, Maryland. She is also pursuing her Masters of Science in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. Ashlynne continues to be active in organizations at work as well as the National Society of Black Engineers as a Professional Member. In her spare time, Ashlynne enjoys playing video games, cooking, and traveling.
“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not” – Galatians 6:9
Ashlynne L. Williams
Thank you for visiting our website. We are a coalition of churches whose love for God and community have instilled the passion to champion issues that focus on challenging and changing systems which promote economic and social poverty. We welcome your comments, so feel free to contact us.
Dr. Jerry Wm. Dailey.
I am sincerely honored to be one of the recipients of the CCSA Traditional Scholarship. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to further my education without a financial burden.
Not only was receiving the scholarship important but I was also able to do a lot of networking at the scholarship banquet. There were things I learned at the banquet that money just can’t buy.
Thank you again for this amazing opportunity to meet new people, learn new things, and further my education.
Christianna Woodard, Prairie View A&M, Class of 2020
The Community of Churches for Social Action is a 501(c) 3 organization made up of a coalition of interdenominational churches who have come together to enhance and enrich the condition of our city by bringing a prophetic voice and providing services such as economic development, housing, education, and supportive services to those traditionally under-served and/or live in disadvantaged communities.