Spring 2015 Classes Begin
February 12 - February 15
Capital University Theatre presents: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
Is It Spring Break Yet? - Improvisational Comedy
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College is the time when you really start to define yourself and decide what shape you want your life to take. As a Lutheran university, Capital gives you many opportunities to explore your beliefs and live them out in service to others. Every Capital student is a welcome member of our spiritual community. If you’re not sure what you believe, that's okay. There is a place for you here! Capital’s strong Lutheran tradition creates an environment of freedom and community for all of our students.
Capital’s worship services are open to everyone. We hold two services a week in Kerns Religious Life Center.
There are also on-campus worship opportunities for Catholics eight Sundays each semester. The Mass schedule is posted on the website of the Catholic Student Organization. Columbus is home to an astonishing array of churches, mosques, synagogues and other places of worship. If you’d prefer to connect with one of these faith communities, we can help you contact the ones nearest you.
There are plenty of opportunities for learning, fellowship and community service at Capital. And you can be as involved as you want to be. Join with other Christians in:
Explore important faith-related issues through:
Take your faith on the road with:
Pastor Gary Sandberg serves as Dean of the Chapel. He maintains a Chaplains Corps to attend to the pastoral needs of Capital students.
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