Eagle Brook Church
The fifth campus in Eagle Brook Church’s congregation, the Woodbury church sits on a 40-acre site large enough to accommodate the growing attendance up to 3,000 congregants for worship, gathering, and support spaces. Following the model of the original, modern day Eagle Brook Church in Lino Lakes, Minn., the Woodbury campus resembles more of a convention center, promoting excitement and celebration as it brings people together to worship and learn.
Eagle Brook-Woodbury opens with 1,500 seats and features all the amenities that make it more of a community than traditional church: bookstore, coffee shop, small group classrooms and meeting rooms, and a catering kitchen for events. Continuing its focus on providing a safe and inviting place for children to spend time, color and floor-to-wall murals dominate the youth area. A game room for first- through third-graders has two foosball tables, four carpet ball tables, and a hockey table; the fourth- and fifth-grader room features a performance theme; and the church also features a climbing wall. A separate entrance for the youth area eases pick-up and drop-off for parents, who can then continue to the auditorium for service.
Additional Team Members
Pete Smith (retired)
President and CEO Emeritus
Don Thomas (retired)
Senior Project Manager
68,100 sq. ft.
1,500-seat auditorium with performance stage; youth area with separate entrance; adult/multipurpose area with small group classrooms; catering kitchen; climbing wall; café; bookstore; lobby
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