We are a church that is For Our City.

From the beginning we’ve chosen to be a church that exists For Our City. A core value of ours has always been to be a blessing and a benefit to our community. We will invest big to serve the people in our community because we believe that Hays County matters to God and so it matters to us!

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Phase One: Grand Opening

Completed in Fall 2016

God opened up the opportunity for Eikon Church to lease a property on 400 Old Post Road in Kyle, Texas. On May 1st, 2016 we launched a campaign to raise funds to renovate and move into this property. Because of your generosity we were able to complete Phase One.

Outside paneling replaced and roof work completed.

Parking lot repaired, resealed and striped.

New flooring throughout the entire building installed.

Auditorium remodeled. New stage, flooring, chairs, sound system, sound panels and video system installed.

Remodeled offices.

Installed front and rear signage with visibility from I-35.

Phase Two: Facility Renovations

Mission Coffee

This is more than just a coffee shop. In addition to helping create a welcoming environment for our guests, 100% of the proceeds will go directly towards supporting missions around the world.

eKids Elementary Wing

We want to invest our best into the next generation. We need to fully renovate our eKids elementary wing to create an engaging environment for our kids.

Parking Lot Expansion

We need to create more spaces to reach more faces. Our current parking lot only has 78 spaces. Our new parking lot will nearly double our parking capacity.

Phase 3: Purchase Property

We are currently leasing the building and property where Eikon Church is at now. However, we will have the ability to purchase this incredible location if we’re able to raise sufficient funds. This building sits on 14 acres with visibility from I-35. There is enough space for future expansions as God continues to grow His church for years to come. This is an incredible opportunity to purchase a prime property in one of the fastest growing counties in America under market value! This will strategically position Eikon Church to be a church that is For Our City for decades to come.

Together we can do a great thing

For Our City.

How you can join us in this great mission:

Make a Pledge

Prayerfully consider setting a faith goal to give regularly to the For Our City campaign over the next 34 months to raise $1.5 million by 2020.

 Give joyfully, and give sacrificially.

Make a Commitment






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You can give a gift now by clicking below. Be sure to select the “For Our City” fund. Consider setting up automatic recurring giving by selecting either weekly or monthly frequency in the dropdown menu.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are my gifts tax deductible?

Yes, all gifts are tax deductible.

What about my regular tithe?

During this time of growth and investment into our future, the ministries of Eikon Church will continue to operate to help people become more like Jesus. Because of this, the For Our City campaign giving will be above and beyond our normal tithes and offerings.

Can I setup automatic giving?

Yes, automatic giving is a safe, simple and secure way to give. Email us at [email protected] for assistance setting up automatic giving.

How can I give?

Give online – You can give on our give page.
Give in person – Use giving envelope and write “For Our City” to designate gift.
Give by text – Text any amount to 512-872-3450 and keyword “forourcity” Example: $500 forourcity
Give by mail – Mail a check made payable to “Eikon Church” (please write For Our City on memo) to PO Box 802, San Marcos, TX 78667
Give Other – Give stocks, bonds, land, personal assets (You can contact us for more on giving special gifts)

How often can I give?

Consider the following options for giving:
Weekly: Commit to giving a weekly amount over the next 140 weeks.
Monthly: Commit to giving a monthly amount over the next 34 months.
Annually: Commit to give annually over the next 3 years.
Once: Give a one-time gift

The best is yet to come
For Our City.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 by Steve Cochran