The permanent home of East Coast Christian Center Viera is in the final phase of construction and is expected to open soon.
It has been 15 months since the groundbreaking for the new building that sits at 3475 Viera Blvd, across from Manatee Elementary School.
After first launching in 2012 at the Rave movie theater and currently meeting at Viera High School, East Coast Christian Center Viera will be in its new building soon. A specific moving date has not been announced.
“When you invest in people, the impact echoes for generations to come.”
— Matt Stallbaum
While the building is new to Viera, East Coast Christian Center has more than 30 years of roots in Brevard County. With multiple campuses in Merritt Island, one in Cocoa, Viera and an online church, East Coast Christian Center is a non-denominational Christian church that includes a diverse and multi-generational congregation. The church is led by pastors Matt and Jessica Stallbaum.
To East Coast Christian Center, the building project is not just about another building in the ever-growing Viera community. The church is focused on building a life-giving church that lasts. “To us, this means that we’re not just building a building, we’re investing in people and relationships because that’s what God values most. When you invest in people, the impact echoes for generations to come,” Matt Stallbaum said.
The Viera campus has a 22,000 square-foot church with seating for about 600.
There will be dedicated spaces for children and teens, a coffee bar, gatherings, events and more.
The church plans to eventually add a pre-school to the new site. “We’ll have free grand opening events when the Viera campus is officially open, and everyone is invited to come join us as we further our roots in Viera through this new building,” said Christian Hurston, the associate pastor and manager of the Viera building.
Active in the local community, Brevard, Florida and even worldwide, East Coast Christian Center offers a life-giving environment, while enriching the lives of its congregation through community and giving everyone a place to belong.
In the last decade, its food pantry has given away nearly five million pounds of food to local families in need, while also partnering with global ministries such as World Compassion and Convoy of Hope to meet urgent needs of people worldwide.
Local events, community and fellowship groups, programs specifically for teens, young adults, business leaders and senior citizens are just a few of the ways that East Coast Christian Center brings hope through the love of Jesus to all people.
To learn more about East Coast Christian Center and stay up to date on the grand opening events, check out ECCC.US.