Baby Dedications | March 13

Baby Dedications | March 13

Sunday, March 13

Baby Dedication is a special moment where parents can choose to commit to raise their child to know Jesus Christ. If you would like to make this commitment, your next opportunity is March 13, in either the 9am or 11am service. 

There will be a mandatory Parent Orientation Class on March 6 at 9am for those who would like to be a part of Baby Dedication. The class will give you an overview on what Baby Dedication is all about and what it will look like the following Sunday. The class will be held on Zoom and the link will be emailed to you, once registration is submitted. This orientation is mandatory for those who would like to dedicate their child. We look forward to getting to know you more!

Mandatory Parent Orientation Zoom Class: Sunday, March 6 @ 9am

In Person Baby Dedication: Sunday, March 13 // Check-in @ 8:30 or 10:30 am // Dedication @ 9 or 11 am

Here’s what you can expect day of Dedication:

  • Each family will need to check-in when they arrive.
  • All children who will be dedicated must be registered in order to participate.
  • There will be a sanitation station for your use.
  • No food will be served at this event.
Kids New Year’s Bash 2022

Kids New Year’s Bash 2022

Kids New Year’s Bash

Saturday, January 22 | 5 PM

Parents, take advantage of a night out and drop your kids off for our New Year’s Bash on Saturday, January 22, from 5-8pm. Registration is required at $5 per child. Food will be provided, including group games, a New Year’s Gospel message, dance party, inflatables, and photo booth fun. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!

MLK, Jr. Celebration | January 16

MLK, Jr. Celebration | January 16

MLK, Jr. Celebration

Sunday, January 16 | 5:30 PM

Racial Reconciliation in Sacramento: Multi-Church Meeting

We’re Better Together

Over 2000 people from more than 30 churches will meet Sunday night, January 16, at Sacramento’s 27th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Gathering and Celebration, to celebrate the progress we have already made and to be challenged to work toward greater racial reconciliation and harmony in Sacramento. This event will take place at Capital Christian Center, and will also be live streamed at www.mlksacramento.com

Keynote Speaker: Gregory Campbell, Ph.D. 

Gregory Campbell is a Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Solutions Architect. He is successful with front-line, mid-level, and senior-level executives and managers with more than 25 years of diversified experience in leading highly complex federal government organizations. Gregory also has been involved in ministry at various churches for more than 30 years, including serving as ministry leader for men’s, marriage, and youth mentoring ministries.

He has an M.A. in Behavioral Science with a specialization in Negotiation and Conflict Management and a Ph.D. in Management from Walden University with a specialization in Leadership and Organizational Change. He is certified in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University and has published articles in the Journal of Social Change and Organizational Cultures: An International Journal.

The MLK Celebration creates unity through: 

  • Music by the MLK Worship Team, a team led by Tecoy and Ellington Porter
  • “Difference Maker” awards given to individuals for their service in the Sacramento area
  • Keynote speech by Gregory Campbell
  • College scholarships to Sacramento area youth
THANKSGIVING SERVICE | 7PM

THANKSGIVING SERVICE | 7PM

Our annual Thanksgiving service will be on Wednesday, November 24, at 7pm. One of the highlights we always love at this service is giving people an opportunity to pass the mic and share something God has done in their lives over the past year and taking communion together. Don’t miss the Thanksgiving worship service on Wednesday. Childcare is provided for birth-4 years old.

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic | Thursdays

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic | Thursdays

In partnership with Sacramento County, Capital Christian Center will host a Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic every Thursday from November 4 through December 12 from 10am-4pm. There is no cost and no appointment needed. Appointments can be made to ensure a quicker check-in process here. Parking is available on the west side of the campus near the front fountain. There will be directional signs pointing toward the Parlour where the check-in will take place.

We are here to serve our local Sacramento community and our church members. If you have been looking for a place to get vaccinated, what better place to come to than right here at Capital.

LOCATION: Capital Christian Center Parlour
9470 Micron Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95827
TIME: 10am-4pm
DATES: Thursdays, November 4-December 12 (*Will be closed on Thanksgiving)
APPOINTMENT: Appointments are encouraged, Walk Ups are Available

FAQ

What should I expect at my appointment?
At your appointment, wear a mask and stay 6 feet away from others.

You will get a fact sheet that tells you about the specific vaccine you’ll receive, with risks and benefits.

The vaccine will be given to you as a shot in your upper arm.

After vaccination, you’ll be monitored on-site for 15 minutes to make sure you don’t have a reaction.

Once vaccinated, you’ll get a card that tells you what COVID-19 vaccine you got, the date you got it, and where you got it. Bring your vaccination card to your second appointment (if you need two shots), and keep it in case you need it in the future.

Ask your vaccination provider about getting started with v-safe, a free, smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to check how you’re doing after your COVID-19 vaccination.

Still have questions?

Everyone deserves answers.

Visit California’s COVID-19 Vaccines webpage or call the COVID-19 Hotline at (833) 422-4255.

Color is in partnership with Vaccinate All 58.

What Ages are eligible for the vaccination?

Children 5 and over are able to get vaccinated and must be accompanied by a legal gaurdian.