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Small Groups at Capital Church - Better Together

Joining a Small Group

To grow spiritually, you have to be connected relationally. Small Groups at Capital Church have one simple purpose: to bring people together. We believe God created us to live in relationship with others and only then can we live the full life He intends for us. Sharing life through community is part of our design, but meaningful relationships aren’t always easy to find. That’s why Small Groups exist—to make these life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.

Watch the videos to the right to get a sneak peak into some of the small group offerings here at Capital Church. Scroll down to view a detailed list of all the Small Groups being offered this semester, then click the button below to register for a group.

Small Group Offerings

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Bridge Builders

In an era where we seem to be increasingly divided along racial lines, many are hesitant to step into the gap, fearful of saying or doing the wrong thing. At times the silence, particularly within the church, seems deafening.
But change begins with an honest conversation among a group of Christians willing to give a voice to unspoken hurts, hidden fears, and mounting tensions.
Along with prayers, discussion questions, and other resources to enhance group engagement, Bridge Builders presents a compelling vision of what it means for every follower of Jesus to become a bridge builder—committed to pursuing justice and racial unity in light of the gospel.


Emotionally Healthy Spirituality 

A road map for discipleship with Jesus that is powerfully transformative.

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality is for those desiring to take further steps in their Christian life and journey with Jesus.  It is a biblical integration of emotional health and the spiritual practice of slowing down and quieting your life to experience a relationship with Jesus you never imagined possible.

The Emotionally Healthy Spirituality study offers seven biblical, reality-tested steps for becoming emotionally mature:

  • Become your authentic self

  • Break the power of the past

  • Let go of power and control

  • Surrender to your limits

  • Stop to breathe by practicing rest and Sabbath

  • Learn new skills to love well

  • Love Christ above all else


The Gospels

Study the Gospels with Pastor Robbie, starting with Matthew, the eye-witness account of the life of Jesus.

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Widow to Widow

In this remarkably useful guide, widow, author, and therapist Genevieve Davis Ginsburg offers fellow widows -- as well as their family and friends -- sage advice for coping with the loss of a husband. From learning to travel and eat alone to creating new routines to surviving the holidays and anniversaries that reopen emotional wounds, Ginsburg gives guidance on:

  • Dealing with anger and guilt

  • Maintaining family relationships

  • Dating after widowhood

  • Handling money

  • Responding to others' support

  • and more

Widow to Widow walks readers through the challenges of widowhood and encourages them on their path to building a new life.

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Ladies Brunch

Ladies of all ages hanging out and exploring the best brunch spots in the area.

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