Eagle Brook Church

Spring Lake Park

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We'd love for you to join us this weekend at Spring Lake Park! I can't tell you what a thrill ride it's been to see how people are finding new life here. Already a vibrant church location with more than 1,500 attenders, the SLP campus makes a big church feel small.

If you want the opportunity to share in all that Eagle Brook has to offer but are looking for more intimate setting, this location is a great one to try. Get to know people, connect with God, and grow in your faith. We also have incredible kids' services! If you want a glimpse of what it looks like when you arrive, watch the video above, or visit our What to Expect page for a welcome from Senior Pastor Bob Merritt.
     —Steve Whicker, SLP Campus Pastor

We believe small groups are the primary place to experience spiritual growth and transformation. It's also a great way to meet new people and form some new friendships. If you are interested in leading a group, sign up HERE. You can also browse open small groups on Group Finder.
Whether you are new to your faith, new to Eagle Brook, or looking to find out more about membership, Starting Point is a great place to begin. It's an online tool designed to meet you wherever you are and act as a starting point in helping you get connected at Eagle Brook and grow in your faith. Learn More >
Use your gifts and passions to serve others at Eagle Brook. Learn More >
Our campus partners work with the following local organizations to help those in need. They also provide serving opportunities for those looking to give of their time or resources:
  • Anoka CAN (Connect and Nourish) Deliver
    Serves homebound seniors, ages 62 and over. Program staff recruit volunteer drivers and match them to homebound seniors in the community. Drivers deliver food from the local food shelf to seniors on a monthly basis.
  • Bridging
    Bridging accepts furniture donations in order to provide furniture to those in need.
  • CEAP
    Accepts food, clothing and weekend packs in order to provide food and resources for transportation, housing and utilities, legal services, senior services, employment and those facing homelessness.
  • Hope 4 Youth
    Accepts food, clothing, meal and toiletries donations to help homeless, trafficked and vulnerable youth.
  • The Dwelling Place
    A transitional shelter providing safe housing and structured programming for battered women and their children.
upcoming opportunity: panama MISSION TRIP
July 7-16, 2016
As a member of the Panama team you will serve in Panama City, the capital, and Playon Chico, a tiny island off the coast, home of the Kuna Indian people. In Panama City your team will put on day camps for both children and youth and serve alongside skilled local builders to help with various construction projects. In the Kuna Indian village you will put on programs for the children and youth and participate in local church services for all ages.
  • Age Requirements: 10 and older. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Trip Cost:  Approximately $2,095* per person. A $100 deposit is required and will be applied to total trip cost.
    *Actual cost may vary depending upon airfare.
  • Registration Deadline: April 10, 2016
  • Questions: Contact Dave Schussman at .