A core value of Capital Community Church is that of humble servanthood. No task or responsibility is beneath us as we undertake every ministry with a humble heart, grateful for the privilege of serving Christ and His body.
To assist you in discovering your spiritual giftedness, click the button below to take a spiritual gift survey. Complete the survey and then find a place of service that you might explore in seeking to use your gift(s) to touch the lives of others in the Capital family of faith or beyond – some are listed below.
Once you have finished the survey, use your gifts and sign up to serve at Capital.
Places to Serve at Capital:
This once a month rotation to help clean and pack the dishes and supplies from the café is a great way to serve and connect.
There are a variety of ways to serve from storytelling or snack making to rocking babies.
Join the prayer team for any or all of the following as we lift up our worship service and church family needs:
- Sunday, 8:30-9am in room 2011
- Wednesday, 9-10am at the church office
Medical Emergency Response Team:
This team is available for medical emergencies that may arise on Sunday morning. If you are a trained medical professional this might be a great place to serve.
Set Up Team:
Ever wonder how we transform a school into a church? Sunday mornings a dedicated team shows up early to set up or stays late to break down. If working hard, getting dirty and making good friends who look forward to seeing you every week sounds good, then the Set Up Team is the ministry for you.
Greeting visitors, handing out worship folders and collecting weekly giving are just a few of the roles that make the ushers the front line of Capital hospitality.
Worship & Tech:
There are many places to fit in the worship ministry. Here are a few:
Technical support including:
We also have a Worship Set Up Team who helps set the stage each Sunday morning.
Martha Ministries/A Helping Hand
As a Christian community at Capital Community Church, there are many ways to extend a hand of love and care to those in our church family. One of those ways is by providing meals, whether in celebration of a birth, help during illness or other times of need.