Capitol Commission Inc
Rating: 4.77 stars 30 30 reviews
2600 Fairview Road Suite 200 Raleigh NC 27608 USA
Capitol Commission’s mission is to provide a pastoral presence in the capitol communities of our nation. In these communities we purpose to reach every person with the gospel of Jesus Christ, to disciple them, and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry in whatever arena God chooses to place them.
Our state administrators (ministers) are active in 23 states and we are working with people in other states to establish ministries in their capitols. We have also attended conventions of major denominations, the Shepherd's Conference, ALEC, ERLC and other state meetings of citizens.
State legislators, their staffs, and lobbyists who work in state capitols.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Hundreds of legislators, staffs, and lobbyists throughout 23 state capitols through Bible Teaching, Prayers, and ministering.
Geographic areas served:
Twenty-three state capitol buildings
Bible studies for legislators, for staffs and lobbyists. Election Eve Prayer Walks. Pastors Day at the Capitol.
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As a board member, it has been a blessing to serve such fine men who love the Lord and are well equipped to minister to the legislative communities in the state capitols of our great nation. These men lead bible studies for legislators, staff and lobbyists. These studies are the basis for truth, encouragement and fellowship for those who have made great sacrifice to serve their respective states. During off session, these men speak in churches and in communities to encourage prayer and moral support for their legislators. We all share the goal of reaching the capitol community for Christ.
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