We’ve tried to put together a list of some of the most common questions about Capital City Church. If we have missed a question you have, please contact us at 614-442-1700 or email email@example.com
Q. What kind of church is Capital City?
A: We are a part of the Assemblies of God, an evangelical pentecostal organization.
Q. Where are you located?
A: We are on Old Henderson Rd between Kenny and Reed roads. The simplest way to get to us is to turn between Taco Bell and Donatos off Kenny Rd just south of Henderson Rd. We are on the right about a quarter of a mile west. For directions click here: Get Directions
Q. What time should I arrive?
A: Our service begins at 10 am. You should arrive a few minutes before 10 to get a cup of coffee and a snack. If you have children that will be in our children’s ministry areas, you should arrive about 10 minutes early to get them checked-in and settled before you get some coffee and go in to our auditorium.
Q. What should I wear?
A: Wear whatever you want to wear. You will see a diverse style among our people from jeans to even ties. We want you to be comfortable, so come as you are.
Q. What do you have for young children?
A: We offer children’s ministry from birth through grade 6 on Sunday mornings. Each classroom is designed with kids’ safety and developmental stages in mind. The nursery and toddler rooms are on the main floor for easy parent access. The preschool and elementary age classrooms are upstairs in a secure and fun environment. All of our lessons and activities for children are designed to be interactive, engaging, and age appropriate. You could almost say it’s our desire to have “parent-care” during church because our kids program is awesome! We also have movie and game nights as well as family fun events throughout the year.
Q. What do you have for teenage children?
A: We offer opportunities for teens to be involved in the life of our church through all of our ministries and activities. The first Sunday of each month is Funday Sunday for our teens as they spend the afternoon eating lunch and participating in a fun activity together. Activities include ballgames, snow tubing, lazer tag, water tubing, kayaking, concerts, bowling, and any number of other fun adventures. The fourth Sunday of each month our teens get together to hang out and talk through issues of life from a Bible-based perspective. We also have camps and conferences throughout the year geared just for teenagers that we make available.