Generations Project

Faith. Family. Future.

Our Best Days Are Ahead!

We're preparing for the future at Cross City! The Generations Project is a significant renovation and construction plan that includes a new building for kids and students as well as a commons area that ties our campus together. Once complete, our guests and members will enjoy an attractive, easy-to-navigate facility, the community will find us more attractive and accessible, families with children will be together in one facility. Also, senior adults and those with disabilities will have easier access, and members of all ages will feel more connected.

This project builds on the legacy of faith lived out by the generations before us. Throughout our church's history, people have made sacrifices so that we could reach more people. This church family exists today because of their commitment, and now it's our turn. Future generations of believers depend on the faithfulness of today's church, which is why we believe God has directed us to such an ambitious project.

We believe that "Where God guides, He provides." Together, we can make this project a reality! In the beginning of next year, you'll hear more specifics about how you can be involved. Until then, join us in praying three prayers: 1) Lord, is this of You? 2)What’s my part? and 3) Bless your people.

Big News on Progress

We have some exciting news!  Watch below as Pastor John Meador shares a big update on current progress. 

 

Generations Project Basics

What is the Generations Project?

  • Working under the direction of the Budget and Finance Committee, the Euless Campus team proposed the following action:

  • Replace “Building B” (“A Frame” building) with a building designed for Kids and Students

  • Add a clear, welcoming entrance for guests and covered entrance for senior adults

  • Build a warm Commons area that links all buildings and provides a place to connect

  • Sell Campus West to bring the whole family together and be more guest-friendly

Why should we invest in this project?

  • Guests will have an attractive, easy-to-navigate facility

  • The community will find us more attractive and accessible

  • Families with children will be together in one facility, and kids and students will be poised for growth

  • Senior adults and those with disabilities will have easier access

  • Members of all ages will feel more connected, and have an overall improved experience

  • Leave a legacy for the next generation of families

  • When complete, the project will help prepare our campus to reach people for years to come

What does it cost and how will it be funded?

Current estimates are at $22 million. It will be funded by member investment through a fundraising initiative, the proceeds of the sale of Campus West, and cash on hand.

What’s my part?

You can start right away by join us in praying three prayers: 1) Lord, is this of You? 2) What’s my part? and 3) Bless your people. At the beginning of 2020, we'll give you more specifics on what we all can do to make this vision a reality.