• Columbia Heights Parish
Columbia Heights Parish

Columbia Heights Parish


Columbia Heights Educational Campus
3101 16th St NW

Service Times

10:00am & 11:30am

Kids' City  offered only at 10am service.




Aaron Graham



Contact Us

  • Phone: (202) 558-9745
  • Email: 
  • Mailing Address: 1616 7th St, NW, Washington DC, 20001 



Each December we take up a special offering that we give away to help serve those most in need locally and globally. This year, our focus is coming alongside our ministry partners to help fund 12 critical projects. As a church we give above and beyond our normal giving in response to and in celebration of Christ’s generosity to us. 


This year’s Advent offering will go toward the following organizations:


Local Organizations
  • Little Lights - empowering underserved youth with practical assistance and the love of Christ

    We're funding to fully sponsor a Christian retreat for over 35 at-risk urban youth where they will have opportunities to learn about Christ and build community with one another

  • Samaritan Inns - helping combat homelessness and addiction through providing housing and recovery services

    We're funding to develop a Life Skills Training curriculum to support parents who are residents in the recovery phase

  • DC127 - recruiting and supporting foster and adoptive families through the church

    We're funding to expand the number of children being served in DC this year by helping fund the recruitment of additional church partners

  • Just Homes - mobilizes and equips churches in DC to meet the housing needs of their communities

    We're funding to sponsor 10 families to move-in into new low-income housing units

  • World Relief - empowers the local church to serve millions of vulnerable people around the world who are suffering as a result of violence, poverty and injustice

    We're funding to support the World Relief Immigration Legal Services Clinic as they continue to offer low-cost immigration legal services to vulnerable immigrants and refugees in Maryland who cannot afford private attorneys or find representation elsewhere

Global Organizations
  • Life Raft International (Thailand) - supporting those who flee persecution from their home countries by helping people obtain food, shelter, and provide educational scholarships for refugee children

    We're funding to provide 340 packages of emergency meals for families who are in prison at the Immigration Detention Center in Bangkok

  • Questscope (Jordan) - walks alongside young people whose lives are ravaged by war and poverty by providing emergency assistance, alternative education, and mentorship

    We're funding to help fund Questscope’s Youth Resolve program, which works in Jordan’s youth prisons to reconnect Jordanian and Syrian youth who have been incarcerated to a positive and hopeful life path

  • Symparastasi (Greece) - serves hundreds of homeless & refugee women and children at their new coffee house, youth center, and community center through Second Evangelical Church

    We're funding four A/C units for their facility where they serve over 60 adults and over 45 unchurched kids per week, providing a safe place for the people of the community to shower, do laundry, play games and receive the gospel

  • Christiana Children’s Home (India) - serves destitute, orphaned, and poor children by providing food, education, and medical care with priority given to children with HIV

    We're funding a purification system for drinkable water to improve the health of the children at the school; Upgrade the library by purchasing additional books for the school

  • Youth Fuel (Liberia) - development of schools and educational opportunities across Liberia, with the hopes of raising up the next generation in a country that is making a come back from a long civil war and subsequent Ebola outbreak

    We're helping to fully fund the expansion of three additional school classrooms in order to offer Christian education to additional grades

  • Peace and Hope (Ecuador) - Coming alongside individuals, families, and communities in Latin America who are living in poverty, so that they can live with dignity, free from violence and injustice

    We're funding to support the mobilization of local churches that help provide pastoral and practical support to Venezuelan migrants - of whom are women & children, at risk of being trafficked and further abuse

  • One Church (Puerto Rico) - expand the Kingdom of God in Comerio so that every person experiences God and has a radical change that impacts not only their family, but also their community

    We're funding to help rebuild from Hurricane Maria by purchasing two 1,500 gallon water tanks to provide running water for the church and community center


Crisis Relief Efforts

This fund will help provide emergency relief and benevolence for individuals and families in crisis locally and to our ministry partners as they respond to crises in their local communities in 2019.


Local:  $32,000
Global:  $30,000
Crisis Relief:  $20,000
Total goal = $82,000




Thanks for partnering with us to help advance God’s Kingdom in DC and beyond!