CapitalSERVE is a weekend when the members, attendees, and friends of Capital Community Church serve the greater triangle area. There is a place for everyone, from young families to elderly servants, who want to reach out to our community.

When: April 27 & 28


  • 8:30 AM: Meet in front of Broughton High School for light breakfast and send-off
  • 8:50 AM: Get assignments and t-shirts
  • 9:15 AM-12:00 PM: Serve at ministry sites around Raleigh


Instead of our regular schedule of LIFE classes, Capital Café, and corporate worship, the entire family of faith will partner with Feed the Hunger to assemble and pack approximately 32,000 meals that will go around the globe to feed hungry people.

Everyone age five years and older are welcome. The schedule:

  • 9-9:30am Capital Cafe (Breakfast/Coffee)
  • 9:30-10:15am Mobilize in BHS Auditorium for Feed The Hunger Intro/Brief Worship Service
  • 10:15-11:30am Feed The Hunger Pack-A-Thon ministry time in the small gym at Broughton
  • 11:30 Pray over the packed meals

Who: ALL Capital members, attendees, families, and friends (this is a great event to invite friends and neighbors)

Before you sign up, read the list below to determine the best site for you and your family to serve on Saturday morning.


Saturday Ministry Sites:




Temple Baptist Church
All ages
We will serve Temple in a variety of ways, including ground cleanup (trash pickup, flower planting, raking, lawn maintenance, painting, etc.) We may also assist with the “Temples Tables” ministry project.
Mordecai Neighborhood Outreach
 All ages
We will reach out to the neighborhoods around Temple Baptist Church. Activities will include knocking on doors and providing door hangers/promotional materials with information on Capital to invite our neighbors to worship with us on Sunday.
Addis Jemari Ethiopia Girls Home
 All ages
We will inventory handmade and fair trade Ethiopian products which help fund their ministry, pack backpacks and supplies for school children of FEP families, assemble health and hygiene bags for FEP families
 9 & older 
Sorting, stamping and packing books, as well as putting together inmate bible studies to send to prisons around the country. 
15 & older
Sort donations, cleanup, and other miscellaneous ways to serve.
When Grace Happens Downtown Ministry Site
15 & older
Serve the downtown Raleigh community through various ministry opportunities such as sorting clothes, street evangelism, and prayer walking.
FeedtheHunger Set Up
This Site is Full
Salvation Army
18 & older
Volunteers will assist with various tasks while helping to sort donations and organize the warehouse and/or family Store.