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Alive: How Jesus’ Life Changes Yours

 “But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us…made us alive together with Christ…” Ephesians 2:4, 5

On that first Easter Sunday morning Jesus walked out of the tomb. In rising again from the dead He became the Victor over death. Did you know He didn’t just gain victory over death for Himself? He didn’t do it only to show the world that He is God. He came alive for us; for you and for me! If He had stayed dead we would have no faith and no hope of forgiveness, to experience His power in this life, and live with God in eternity. Because Jesus triumphed over death those who trust in Him can experience new life! You, too, can be alive! How can we experience this new life in the here-and-now 2,000 years after Jesus rose from the dead? The book of Ephesians says God, “made us alive together with Christ.” What does that mean and how can we walk in this newness of life each day? In our worship service on Easter Sunday we’ll look into this truth and discover how Jesus’ resurrected life changes our lives today. Join us at 11am, Sunday, March 27th for our Easter Worship Service at Hyatt Place Hotel.

He Is Alive!

Eric Miller


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WE ARE FAMILY: Current Sunday Message Series

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We at Capital City Grace consider each other family. It’s our goal to treat everyone in the church like family, because Jesus’ church is the family of God. This series is taking a look what we value at Capital City Grace. This three week series will take one Sunday to focus on one of our three values. Our values are what we aim for and celebrate as a church. Our values are:


It’s our desire to connect with people in our lives and pray for them, connect with them and gather them to Jesus, so they will have the opportunity to follow Him if they so choose.


It’s important to us to see each individual grow in their personal relationship with Jesus, as well as us as a church growing numerically seeing more and more people come to follow Jesus.


Living on mission in our daily lives.  Jesus gave believers the Great Commission to “go and make disciples” of him.  He doesn’t expect us to do this alone.  He said he will be “with us always” (Matt. 28) as we are living on mission with Him.  Therefore, we say we are going with Jesus on mission.

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To Those Who Aren’t Sure What They Believe Just Yet

To those who aren’t sure what to believe,

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.  We offer a non-judgmental atmosphere where you can investigate the faith as you hear the Word of God taught.  It’s our hope you’ll experience a welcoming community of believers and others like yourself who are discovering what they believe. We are not out to force people into a quick decision. We invite you to decide for yourself on your timetable.

To those burnt by past church experiences,

If you’ve been burnt by bad church experiences in the past, and have been away from a church family altogether, we understand. Sadly this happens to many folks. There are those at Capital City Grace who have had bad church experiences at other churches, but thankfully got back into church and found healing. They’ve since built strong friendships with fellow believers and are seeing their walk with God flourish. We are not the perfect church, because churches (all churches) are made up of imperfect people.  However, we are a healthy church.  We are a church with spiritually healthy leadership, genuine people who are real about their shortcomings, and who care about one another.  It’s said of us that people feel like family here. We hope you’ll visit us, realize you’re not alone, and re-connect with Jesus’ family – the church.