About Us

 

On January 3, 2010, Capital Community Church held its first worship service in the Broughton High School cafeteria. We met at Broughton High School until June 2019 when we moved to 1417 Clifton Street, Raleigh, sharing space with Temple Baptist church.

The map below marks parking and entrances. Our hospitality team will be available to direct visitors to children's classes and worship service.

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 Capital Community is a cooperating church within the Southern Baptist Convention.

Summer Schedule

Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend our LIFE classes do not meet.

  • 9:15 Worship Service
  • Following Service is Capital Cafe: friendship, coffee, juices, donuts and bagels

Capital FAQ:

Are there classes for my child?
Babies-3-year-olds:
Classes take place at both the worship and LIFE class hours. If you attend both hours, you may leave your child in their class the entire time. 

During the summer, when there are no adult or youth LIFE classes, there are classes for children from birth through 2nd grade, 9:15 - 10:15. Parents are asked to pick up their children before going to Cafe.

Children 4 yrs – 2nd grade:
The Sunday after Labor Day weekend until the Sunday before Memorial Day weekend, while their parents are in LIFE class, children's Capital Kids classes also meet.

We also have a worship class for children 4yrs to 2nd grade, which meets during the worship hour:

  • Children begin by joining their parents in the auditorium, for worship time.
  • After the singing portion of the main service, children are dismissed to their Capital Kids teachers at the back of the auditorium then go to their classroom.
  • Children 3rd grade and older will stay with their parents in the auditorium

What is the worship service like?

We join together to worship through singing and Bible Study. At Capital, worship is something that you do, not something you watch.

What do I wear?
At Capital Community, we welcome everyone to dress as they feel comfortable. There is a variety of dress from casual, to a coat and tie.