“May your kingdom come, and what you want [WORSHIP] be done, here on earth as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10, paraphrased
As committed disciples of Christ, and supporting pastoral leadership, we seek to kindle a worship environment that: ACKNOWLEDGES Jesus as Lord and King; REFLECTS Christ through our witness and testimony; INSPIRES others to seek Him and to submit their lives to His will; and NURTURES individuals in full, conscious and active relationship with Him.
Capitol Hill has two types of Sabbath morning services:
- Sabbath School: 9:30 am class for Adults and 10 am for Young Adults (VIRTUAL); and 10:30 am for Children and Youth [In person (2nd/4th Sabbaths) & VIRTUAL weekly]
Virtual, online gatherings for an engaging and exciting hour of Bible study thru the Sabbath School Quarterly as a guide. Led by a facilitator, the classes offer opportunities for discussion.
- 11:30 am Live Stream Worship Service in Person and Online
A service of inspiring music, ministry to children, prayer and scripture, and provocative preaching, blending the traditional and the contemporary.
Our 11:30 am worship service can be ASL interpreted for our deaf and hard-of hearing members and guests.
We also hold a mid-week, “Wednesdays in the Word” bible study and prayer service, at 7:00pm weekly online.
Some of the elements of a typical Capitol Hill worship
service include: acknowledging God’s presence, congregational praise and
worship, a ‘Welcome’ moment where we greet friends and introduce ourselves to
guests, a children’s story, a special musical meditation by one of Capitol Hill’s own choirs or soloists, or a guest artist,
and an illuminating sermon from one of our pastors,
elders, ministry leaders, or a guest speaker.
On any given Sabbath, we will employ our
youth in worship leading. Our worship services present a wonderful opportunity
to train youth leaders, and we work to involve all children and youth in using
their God-given gifts in ministry.
On some special days, we’re blessed to also have a baptism or baby dedication or participate in a communion service.
Giving voice to our cross-generational
and cross-cultural congregation—from hymns, anthems and spirituals to traditional and contemporary gospel, liturgical dance, poetry
and drama, instrumental music, and more—there’s plenty of room for you to
experience the breadth and depth of your desired musical experience rooted in
the faith of the believer in the gospel of Jesus Christ.