The mission of God’s Church is to be and make fully devoted followers of Christ (Matthew 28:19-20). Whether we do that in buildings, schools, cubicles, or neighborhoods, we seek to be faithful to God’s leading to love God and make the Gospel known (Matthew 22:37-40).
Early this year, God began opening doors to a conversation between Centennial Church and Watermark Frisco about the possibility of joining together as one independent, local church.
Since January 2021, leadership from both churches have been meeting together to seek the Lord’s will and direction. In April 2021, leadership arrived at a shared conviction that we can more effectively live out our mission to reach Frisco and the surrounding cities for the Gospel together, rather than apart. On May 2, leadership shared this conviction with both Bodies, asking them to take the month of May to pray, ask questions, and seek God’s will in confirming this conviction. Throughout May, it has been encouraging to see how members of both churches responded to this call.
We are excited to announce that we are becoming a new, local independent church alongside Centennial Church. While this is a new work for us, we know that we are joining Christ in what He has already been doing for thousands of years through His church. While names may change, we are still going to be part of the unchanging work of loving God and being on mission for Him, all for the sake of better reaching this city we are so grateful to be apart of.
Join us on June 13 for our 9 and 11 AM celebration services as we reflect on what we’ve seen God do through Watermark Frisco these past few years.
Starting on June 20, we will be gathering on Sundays, alongside Centennial Church, for the rest of the summer to begin the process of uniting as a new, local church.
On June 13, we will be hosting celebration services to praise the Lord for everything He has done in and through Watermark Frisco. Beginning on June 20, both Bodies will begin meeting together as one moving forward. For the summer, we will be meeting on Sundays as Legacy Christian Academy at 9 and 11 AM.
During the month of June, members have the opportunity to submit name ideas. Leadership will review all submissions and determine a final name. Our plan is to be operating under this new name by fall of 2021.