How to Connect


Community is at the core of Christianity. It’s also at the heart of our church. We believe that connecting with other believers is essential to the growth of our individual faith. Community takes shape in a variety of different ways, but the most important part is being with people. Below are some areas for you to get connected.


Life Groups


We believe that our faith is best walked out in the context of community. Life Groups are a great way to grow your faith and develop relationships within the church.


Reach Student Ministries


Reach is our student ministry. We encourage our students to not only live their faith, but to reach out to their friends and family. We meet doing Midweek (7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays). Students 6–12th grade gather at the Blvd Campus hang out with friends, experience live worship, and listen to a great message from Pastor Hannah.

Reach has a variety of events throughout the year including, high school camp, middle school camp, youth convention, Saturate, and so much more. There's always something to do. Did we mention that we run a fireworks stand in the summer? Like we said there's always something to do.

We love to have fun, so prepare yourself for Squad Wars. Squad Wars is a multiple week event where the students split into teams and compete for the Squad Wars trophy. Its a great way to invite friends and people new to church while having a blast.


Capitol Kids


Capitol Kids is our kid’s ministry. Capitol Kids is for infant to sixth grade. Jesus loved children and so do we. We have various classes, so that kids can learn about Jesus at their level. We also have a passionate teaching staff, who loves to invest in the lives of children.

Capitol Kids has a weekly Sunday morning service at 10:30 a.m. at every Campus. The services include games, a bible verse, a lesson, and most importantly a snack.

All of our campuses meet together at 7:00 p.m.on Wednesday nights at the Boulevard Campus for Midweek. There are classes for all ages including nursery, Royal Rangers for the boys, and Mpact for the girls.