A Diverse Family Pursuing Christ

To those who aren’t sure what they believe just yet,

To put it simply: You’re welcome here.  If you’re not sure who God and Jesus are this is a place where you can take time to think about what you want to believe.  We’re not asking you to check your brain at the door…

Imagine being used by God to touch lives.

You were crafted with a purpose.  Your passions, abilities, and experiences uniquely qualify you for a specific role in the kingdom of God.  Come, catch the vision, and grow with us.  When you become a part of Capital City Grace…. 

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Get to Know Us

Eric Miller

Lead Pastor

Eric and Julie Miller, both native Ohioans, have lived in the Short North neighborhood of Columbus since 2008.  Eric is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and has been the Lead Pastor of Capital City Grace since 2014 after helping start the church as a Co-Pastor with Larry and Sylvia Totzke.  He is also a part-time graphic designer with Mission Creative Co.  Julie has a Master of Social Work degree from OSU and worked at Communities in Schools, helping with families who are at risk of becoming homeless.  She now serves as Capital City Grace’s Children’s Ministry director and is a stay-at-home mom with their sons Jaden and Mayson.

You’re invited to our worship service Sundays, 11am

at the Hyatt Place Hotel, Grandview Yard

795 Yard St., Columbus, OH 43212

What to Expect at Our Worship Service

  • If you are visiting for the first time, we will not embarrass you, or have you stand up. We know that many people want to check out the church and not be in the spotlight which is fine with us. So come in, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, and see if this is the church for you.
  • You will experience an intimate atmosphere among a welcoming family of people.
  • Each weekend at Capital City Grace you’ll find a friendly atmosphere.
  • The service goes from 11am to 12:15pm.
  • Children worship in the service for the first 10-15 minutes of the service and then are dismissed to children’s ministry (ages 1-6).

Children’s Ministry – Ages 1-6

  • When the children are dismissed to Children’s Ministry:  After the children’s song during the worship service, around 11:15am the children are dismissed to their time in children’s ministry. At this time parents/guardians can take their child to the children’s ministry located just two doors down the hallway from our worship service.  The children remain in the ministry until the end of the service at 12:15pm.
  • We believe God cares about children, so each Sunday there is a time where we sing a children’s song during the worship service.

Worship Location: Hyatt Place Hotel

795 Yard St, Columbus, OH 43212

Hyatt Place Hotel is located just off Goodale Blvd. in the same plaza as the Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill, LA Fitness, and Jason’s Deli.

Free & Easy Parking 

Free parking in the public parking garage next to the hotel.  It’s that easy!