keep singing

The book of Psalms is the songbook of God’s people. The songwriters of the Psalms model for us how to keep singing in any and every circumstance Through crisis & contentment, suffering & success, problems & prosperity—the Psalms help us find our song to worship God through it all.



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park city

Join us in Park City at 5PM on Saturdays! We look forward to worshiping with you!


salt lake

Join us in Salt Lake City on Sundays at 9:15AM & 11AM! We look forward to worshiping with you!


get connected

Thanks for joining us! We would love to get to know you, and help you connect to the life of our church. Please take a moment to fill out a Connection Card, and we’ll be in touch!


weekend messages

Check out the Current Message Series page for the most recent teaching series, or take a look at the Past Messages page for a more extensive library of weekend messages. Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help!

Keep Singing
Nothing Better
Psalm 73 is a lament in which the Psalmist looks at the world around him and concludes that something is not right. While the psalm writer does his part in being faithful to God and checks all the right boxes to live righteously, God doesn’t seem...
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Trust Me
When David wrote “taste and see that the Lord is good” in Psalm 34, he wanted the world to know and experience the abundant life he had found in God. He desperately wanted to share what he had found in God’s faithfulness. But, importantly, David’s...
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Praise the Lord for Who He is with What You Have
The entire book of Psalms ends with 6 short verses all about praising the Lord. Praise isn’t just a mode of happiness because we feel good, or we’ve gotten through some storm. We praise because we know that lament isn’t the end of the story. We...
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He is Worth the Wait
David wrote Psalm 27 during a difficult and dark season—he was going through the unimaginable. Can you relate? Have you had a time in your life when it seemed like you were being pummeled on all sides? On top of the global challenges that we all...
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A Song for the Betrayed
People fail all the time. Politicians, public figures, personal friends–but it’s especially disappointing when God’s people fail. Even if the most important people in your life fail you, your faith doesn’t have to fail because you can place that...
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Rooted and Thriving
In our culture, we often correlate blessing and happiness with circumstance. Maybe you’ve got a fulfilling job, a happy & loving family, a secure income, successful & interesting friends—your happiness is sure, right? Psalm 1 tells us that maybe...
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Protect Me From Me
Psalm 141 is a prayer of self-correction and refinement. In it, David prays that God would protect him from temptation; he prays that God would make him receptive to correction and difficult truth; essentially, David prays, “God, change my heart...
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Feeling Forgotten
Psalm 44 can feel like a pretty grim work of poetry—it describes a raw and real pain, and registers complaint after complaint to God. And it doesn’t even resolve! The writer is left in brokenness and confusion at why they’ve been seemingly...


capital kids

Our Capital Kids team works hard to provide discipleship tools, resources, and activities for you and your kids to use throughout the week. Check out the Capital Kids Parent’s Guide and our Capital Kids YouTube Playlists for helpful content relating to the weekend messages.


get connected

Discipleship happens every day, and not just at church. In addition to attending our weekend services, connect with others through mid-week Small Groups and ministry events.



Capital Kids provides fun discipleship resources for kids ages newborn through 5th grade as well as the whole family.



Capital Students focuses on teens in grades 6 through 12. Students meet weekly in both Park City & Salt Lake, and monthly for a combined One Night event.



MVMNT is a ministry targeted toward Emerging Adults, ages 18-25. MVMNT meets weekly on Thursday nights.



The Awakening is for adults in their 20’s through 30’s. The Awakening meets weekly in addition to special events and activities throughout the year.


capital cares

While God asks us to love Him first and completely, he also asks us to live out our commitment to Jesus publicly by loving our neighbors and letting our actions demonstrate our faith. Serving sacrificially can come in many forms – investing of our finances in ministryserving on a volunteer team or serving in our local community or across the globe. Use the links below to find out ways you can get involved and serve our church, community, and globe.

serve at capital

Our weekend services groove and hum thanks to a throng of volunteers who meet, greet, seat, brew, serve, smile, hug, pray, click, teach, set-up, and tear-down! Whatever your strengths, interests, and skill level, we want to help you find the right fit for where to serve within our community.

serve locally

We believe everyone deserves to be seen and to see themselves as God sees them, and that God asks us to use our lives to demonstrate compassion. Serving in our local community is a way to transform the world, and to grow in our own discipleship journey with Jesus along the way.

serve globally

We believe everyone deserves to be seen and to see themselves as God sees them, and that God asks us to use our lives to demonstrate compassion. Through ministry partners around the globe, we extend our loves to friends to transform lives and grow in our own discipleship journey with Jesus along the way.

Leading people to become Christ-centered disciples.