8050 Jacinto Road

Elk Grove, CA 95758

For more information, please call (916) 681-2551

Worship Opportunities


9:30 a.m.   Sunday School

10:50 a.m.  Morning Worship

6:00 p.m.    Evening Worship


6:30 p.m.   Bible Study

6:30 p.m.   Mid-Week Connection

7:30 p.m.   Choir Practice

Google Map and Directions



                           Ty Berry                             Interim Pastor

                           Gary Plett                          Director of Music

                           Sheila Ogilvie                   Staff Aide

A Welcome from the Church Family

Thank you for visiting our website.  Whether you are looking for a church home or just seeking to learn more about us, we hope that you are blessed by reading about our church family.  Many people do not consider “church” and “family” to be very similar, but as you get to know us,  you may see some similarities between the two…

A Family honors its leader.  God is our Creator, Savior, Father and Head.  Our first priority is to give him the glory He deserves.  We meet together every Sunday as a church family to express our love, adoration, and commitment to the Triune God (Father, Son, and Spirit) in a worship service of song, scripture, and prayer.  All that we do flows out of our desire to honor God.

A family takes care of its own.  Here at Capital City not only do we take care of our church family, but we also have a strong sense of mission toward and ownership of our community and world.  We serve others through mission projects.  We regularly invite the community to special events and always seek to make our guests feel welcome.  We give generously to support missions organizations both locally and worldwide.

A family isn’t perfect.  We are not under any delusion that we “have it all together.” Our sins have been forgiven by God, through Jesus Christ, but we are still in the process of growing as His followers.  We study the Bible and apply its lessons to our lives, so that God can form us into the original masterpiece that He created us to be.  We delight in the promise that God’s grace is sufficient for us, and His power is made perfect in our weakness.