Gateway Church in Frisco is wrapping up a new addition to its campus at 7125 Legacy Drive. During the Sept. 24-25 weekend, Gateway Church will debut expansions that include a 1,200-seat sanctuary, several classrooms and on-site offices for staff. The expansion also allows for space in the existing building to be converted into a facility for youth and young adults. The addition allows for new ministry opportunities and paths to meet the needs of the community around the church, including adding a kids playground, according to a news release. Renovations to the original building are part of the second phase of the expansion and is slated for completion in December.

The expansion project was necessary to meet the needs of the church’s growth, which has exceeded capacity, as well as the growing Frisco population, the release stated. The expansion helps the church serve even more people.

“Gateway Church is a place of hope and healing—a place where people from every nation and generation can feel at home and belong, because we’re all about people,” Pastor Kemtal Glasgow said in the release.

Gateway Church is a multicampus, nondenominational church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area founded in 2000 by Pastor Robert Morris. More than 100,000 people attend each weekend in person and online. 469-238-1000.