Saturdays: 4 pm, 6 pm
Sundays: 9 am, 11 am
The Spring Lake Park campus was once a small, neighborhood church. On opening day we grew to more than 1,000 people, and we continue to welcome new attenders weekly.
Today, you’ll experience the feel of a small church with the benefits of large church resources. You’ll have the choice of four services on the weekend, services for your kids that they’ll actually want to attend, relevant mid-week student ministries, and programs that will challenge you to grow in your faith and connect in community. So whether you’re a young family, a tattooed biker, or a gray-haired grandma, you’ll feel right at home here. You'll find us just east of the Kwik Trip on Highway 65 and 85th Avenue.
Each weekend service lasts about an hour. We begin with a time of singing and worshiping God, hear a message based on the Bible, and then wrap things up by praying together. You’re invited to come as you are—no need to dress up!
Our pastors and staff are available to get to know you and answer any questions that you may have! We also have a place just for kids (birth-grade 5) where they can learn about God in a language they'll understand and in an environment they'll love. And if you have students in middle school or high school, we've created a service on Wednesday evenings that is designed specifically for them. View more below!
Kid-O-Deo has teaching that is relevant to Kid-Os’ lives, in language they can understand, in an environment they’ll love. Kid-O-Deo takes place at all weekend services and locations. You can enjoy your service while the kids enjoy theirs!
Elementary kids will have a great time learning about God with great music and dynamic teaching designed just for them. Elevate takes place at all weekend services and locations. They’ll love it.
Every week, Ground Zero teaches God’s truth so that middle schoolers know how to deal with important stuff like friends, parents, and school. We have a lot of fun, too!
Each week, we’ve got a place for high school students to get real about what they believe. We want to create a movement where students encounter God and own their faith through Christ-centered relationships and experiences. Check it out!
You weren't designed navigate through life on your own. God created each of us to be in genuine community with others—and life transformation happens best when people in our lives encourage, sharpen, and challenge us to become more like Christ. Connecting in community is a huge part of what we do at Eagle Brook, so check out the different ways to get connected, below.
A small group is a group of people who meet on a regular basis to share life and grow in their faith together. Groups are formed around a life stage, a topic, where you work, an activity, or common interest.
Serving at Eagle Brook is a great way to get connected and meet new people. We have many roles available, from opportunities at Eagle Brook to local food shelves and mission trips.
Growing in faith is an ongoing process that includes prayer, worship, reading the Bible, and serving others. Whether you’ve just made the decision to follow Jesus, are new to Eagle Brook, or have been attending for years, we encourage you to take a step to grow in your faith.
Closer Look is a 30-minute introduction to who we are as a church. Whether you're brand new to Eagle Brook or you've been attending for years, this class is an opportunity to get further connected at the location you attend, to dig into what makes Eagle Brook unique, and learn about where we are headed as a church.
We believe there's value in spending time with God every day through reading your Bible. Because, if you get to know God's heart better, He will give you wisdom and understanding for all that life throws your way. Every morning, we post a devotional on our blog, along with a Scripture reading, so you can start your day off right.
If you'd like to connect with a pastor, we are here for you. To view a full list of the Spring Lake Park campus team, click here.