Explore this page to learn more and pray that any expansion or improvement would serve a singular purpose – to make room for more people to become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Right now, Watermark has about $6.5 million in the building fund and $13.2 million in total building opportunities across our Dallas, Fort Worth, and Plano facilities. $6.7 million opportunities are on hold pending resources.
Thank you for faithfully investing your life and resources here. May God continue to encourage you that this is a mission worth investing in!
By October 2016, we reached maximum capacity for most of our weekday ministries. Many ministries were unable to expand because there was not enough meeting space to accommodate the increasing number of people coming to Watermark seeking life change through Jesus Christ.
After years of pursuing the building next door, God went before us and we were able to purchase the East Tower on the Dallas campus, debt-free. The East Tower will expand the Dallas campus footprint by 50% and our meeting space by 40%, creating substantially more space for both existing mid-week ministries and new ministry opportunities.
Initial renovations are now complete on the bottom floors. The East Tower is officially open and is already being used every night of the week to maximize discipleship efforts.
For the last year, the purchase and initial renovations of the first two floors of the East Tower have been our chief priorities on the Dallas campus. With initial renovations now complete, we have been prayerfully considering where else on the Dallas campus the Lord might have us invest in order to maximize our discipleship efforts.
Our top priorities include making the other floors in the East Tower ready for use, a future parking lease, the renovation of a portion of our staff office space, and the renovation of a few pockets around campus that cannot currently be used for ministry due to their layout. We also have several master planning projects that will allow us to tie together the recently purchased property and use our outdoor space more effectively for ministry.
We are working to renovate the Pearl C. Anderson property in South Dallas to serve the community through a church that offers midweek services for community care and development.