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Through this series, we’ll look at a different facet of God’s character, including some surprising qualities you might not fully appreciate about him just yet. There’s a reason this series is so important: Who God is and how we think of him has a significant impact on the way we think and feel and live each day—whether we realize it or not.


Saturday Park City

Join us at our beautiful Capital Park City campus at 5PM on Saturdays! Capital Kids ministry is available for this service. We look forward to worshiping together with you!


Saturday Salt Lake

Join us in the Café at our Salt Lake campus on Saturday Nights at 6:45pm. For the time being, kids ministry is not available during this service, but we invite families to join us upstairs as we worship together.


Sunday Salt Lake

Join us at our Salt Lake campus on Sunday mornings at 9:15AM and 11:00AM! Capital Kids ministry is available for both services. We look forward to worshiping together with you!


Sunday Live Online

Join us live online every Sunday at 9:15AM! If you’d like, consider inviting friends and family into your home to watch together.


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!

The God of Hope
We need hope like we need food or water—hope empowers us to keep trying, keep loving, keep smiling, and keep getting out of bed in the morning. And while it’s a good thing to hope for good things, you desperately need a greater hope to fall back...
God FOR Us
It’s not a hard concept to realize that God is omnipresent—he’s so big and so powerful, and he’s everywhere, all the time. But one aspect of God’s omnipresence that you may not have considered is that he wants to make every area of your life his...
The Hidden God
For many people, creation itself is an obvious sign of God’s existence. Yet, Isaiah 45:15 reveals that God hides. If God is real, and wants to be known, then why would he hide? Why is it that some people aren’t convinced about his existence? God...
The Invisible God
One of the most obvious and most maddening aspects of God’s character is that he’s invisible. But even when he’s hard to see, his word assures us that he is with us. Seek him where you can’t see him. When you don’t have the money you think you...
The Forgetful God
Isaiah 43:25 reveals an important and perhaps surprising aspect of God’s character—he’s forgetful. God’s forgetfulness is not a flaw, it’s a feature. He's deliberate and active in willingly ignoring our sins. And when we truly comprehend the...
The Good God
When you think about God, what comes to mind? Distant? Disinterested? Judgmental? Unfortunately, the picture we have of God in our minds is sometimes one of a God we’d rather ignore. But we can be assured that this picture of God is far from the...
God and the Movies 22
Stay in the Pocket
American Underdog recounts the true story of Kurt and Brenda Warner through Kurt’s early football career. Kurt and Brenda’s personal stories are full of unexpected twists and turns that test their strength, their relationship, and their faith...
God and the Movies
Give Yourself Away
Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home shows us that being a hero looks a lot like being a disciple. In Luke 9, Jesus declares: Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me (v 23). In order to...


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

Our Capital Kids team works hard to provide a fun, safe, and discipleship-driven environment each and every weekend in our Capital Kids ministry as well as discipleship tools, resources, and activities for families to use throughout the week.


Capital Students

Capital Students focuses on teens in grades 6 through 12. Students enjoy the service together in our Student Section on the weekends in Salt Lake and students-only gathering during the service in Park City. Students gether on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at Capital Salt Lake for our Capital Students Night.



Our Emerging Adults ministry targeted toward then next generation of young adults, ages 18-25. Forward meets weekly on Thursdays for worship and teaching as well as gathering for events and activities designed to build community and foster spiritual friendships.


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 in the Community

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.