The church plans to begin construction this spring.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Michael Brun
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Site work on the parcel slated for a new church in Woodbury was underway this fall as Eagle Brook Church prepares for spring construction. Plans call for a 75,000-square-foot church near the intersection of Settlers Ridge Parkway and Brookview Road. Construction is expected to take 18 months, said Scott Anderson, executive pastor for Eagle Brook Church. “We did as much groundwork as we could do this fall,” Anderson said. “It gives us the opportunity to get started on construction as soon as possible in the spring.” The Woodbury location is the fifth Eagle Brook Church campus. It opened in September 2011, using space at East Ridge High School. The high school “works extremely well,” said Anderson. "But one of our biggest problems is that we…
An interview with Scott Anderson, executive pastor at Eagle Brook Church, which currently holds services at East Ridge High School as it gears up to build a new church in Woodbury.
With a faith that aims to overpower obstacles from the stubborn economy, Eagle Brook Church’s plans for building a future church location in Woodbury remain hopeful. In September, the church's large east-metro congregation began to gather in rented space at East Ridge High School, where attendance has been strong in the meantime, according to Scott Anderson, executive pastor. Woodbury Patch talked with Anderson to learn more about the Twin Cities megachurch that currently calls East Ridge High School home, what it’s like to be there, and how long Eagle Brook plans to stay before settling into a permanent location. Woodbury Patch: So, what are some things Eagle Brook Church is doing right now to get ready for the Christmas season? Pastor …