This past spring, we opened our seventh campus at Wayzata High School. It has been incredible to see what God has begun to do in and through the lives of those attending our Wayzata campus. However, as we’ve seen at our Woodbury and Anoka campuses, when we’re able to move out of a school and into a permanent home, so many more people engage with our church.
We started attending Eagle Brook 55 years ago and have seen it grow from 150 people each Sunday to 22,000. When we look at the results of people coming to know Christ, that is what keeps us at Eagle Brook.—Dan and Marlene J., Lino Lakes Campus
I don't know where I'd be without Eagle Brook. The messages, the music, the friends. People to laugh with me, to cry with me, to pray with me, and to walk with me. Some of my closest friends are people I've met at Eagle Brook.—Mick W., Woodbury Campus
I was introduced to Eagle Brook two years ago. I did not believe in God yet, but through serving at Elevate and attending church, I started to believe in God more and more. Now, I’ve put my faith in God, been baptized, and I know if I pray to the Lord, He will hear me.—Bailey K., Spring Lake Park Campus
Being at Eagle Brook has totally transformed my life and family. I would never have imagined God opening a door for me to go into full-time ministry, given my career path as an attorney prior to this. I am just grateful and humbled that Eagle Brook has made it possible for me to be a part of advancing God’s Kingdom in a way that I had never imagined!—Jennifer K., Blaine Campus
The guests, volunteers, and pastors at Eagle Brook have established a community that I have deeply connected with. As I walk on my faith journey, I have learned that this life is less and less about me and more and more about serving others—following and modeling my life after Jesus Christ.—Chad H., Anoka Campus
Sometimes your plan and God's plan aren't the same. But as long as we continue to step up, God will show up. Through Eagle Brook, I met my wonderful husband and the most precious friends, the kind I have prayed for for many years. And I get to be part of a Godly community who support and encourage one another.—Erin B., Woodbury Campus
The goal is to raise $25 million. Within this campaign, $22 million will be allocated for the development of a permanent home in the West Metro. The remaining $3 million will be designated to support the refresh of our White Bear Lake campus.
Through the generous support of our Eagle Brook attenders throughout the One by One campaign, we believe that we will prayerfully reach our goal.
Since we are not planning to borrow money, we will not move forward with these projects until we secure our goal. Our Anoka campus was purchased and renovated with cash and we are excited to see how God continues to provide for these expansion efforts.
If you have any questions or would like to further discuss supporting the One by One campaign, please contact Jim Johnson, Sr. Director of Development.