Sunday Services | 9:30 & 11:30
When you come to a Sunday service, you’ll be greeted by friendly faces and free coffee, then welcomed to join us in Spirit-filled worship, and challenged by Pastor Bill to encounter God in the now—both in times of prayer and practical life-application.
- Nursery and toddler care available for all services
- Spark (Kids) 9:30am & 11:30am
- FUEL (Middle School) – 6:00pm
- Ignite (High School) – 6:00pm
1800 N Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207
Parking is available in the church lot, at Glebe Elementary School behind us, and in the surrounding neighborhood. Public transport details below, including free shuttle to and from Ballston Metro Station!
Capital Life Church is located in a cultural melting-pot at the heart of an Arlington community. On N Glebe Road–nestled between I-66 and Route 29–it’s just a short ride from downtown Washington, D.C.
From Washington, DC
Take Key Bridge across the Potomac and then take a slight right onto George Washington Memorial Pkwy. After half a mile, exit onto N Spout Run Pkwy toward US-29 W for about a mile. Turn right onto US-29, and after a mile and a half, turn left onto N Glebe Road. The church will be on your right. Enter via the traffic signal on 18th St.
From Virginia (West of Arlington)
Take 66 East to Exit 69, US 29 / Lee Hwy. Turn left onto US-29 N. After two miles, turn right onto N Glebe Road. The church will be on your right. Enter via the traffic signal on 18th St.
By Metro (Ballston Station)
Take the Orange line. Our facility is less than a mile up N Glebe Rd from the Ballston Station, and you can walk, shuttle or bus!
Sunday Shuttle (FREE)
“Zeke”–the free Capital Life Sunday Shuttle–runs to and from the Ballston metro station before and after each Sunday morning service. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.
The church bus stop is 19th Street North on Glebe Rd. The metro trip planner can be used to calculate travel. Plug in your start address and enter 1800 N Glebe Rd as the destination. The 23a or 23c route drop off right in front of our building. (Other routes may involve a walk.)
**You can find the latest info on any weekend track work that may affect your travel time on Metro’s website – www.wmata.com/rail/trackwork.cfm