A Church name conveys the essence of it's core values and D.N.A.
Kaptivate is a hybrid of the letter "K" representing the Kingdom of God and the word "captivate".
The Kingdom of God (or Kingdom of Heaven as it is also expressed in the New Testament) was the primary message of Jesus throughout the Gospels. Encapsulated in the "good news" which Jesus spread were concepts like salvation, forgiveness, grace, dominion, eternity - all of which combine to give us a unique perspective on the way we see this world and live out our lives with a Kingdom mentality of "on earth as it is in heaven".
Captivate comes from the latin idea "to be taken captive". To be captivated is to be attracted, enthralled, infatuated or mezmerised by something or someone. Our hearts, souls and minds, our life mission, has been taken captive by the person and work of Jesus. The greatest commandment is to love the Lord with all your heart, mind, soul and strength - You would only seek to fulfill that level of devotion if you were captivated by God, who He is, what He has done and what He has planned for each of our lives.
So it is right to say that we are captivated by the Love of God expressed in Jesus, who died for humanity, rose again and reigns victorious over all that is seen and unseen. Anyone who has encountered Jesus and the power of His Spirit cannot ever be the same. We are deeply compelled by His love, transformed by His power and motivated by the hope we carry.