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Columbia Heights Parish

Columbia Heights Parish

Address

Columbia Heights Educational Campus
3101 16th St NW

Service Times

10:00am & 11:30am

Kids' City  offered only at 10am service.

 

 

Pastor

Aaron Graham

Contact


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Contact Us

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

 

Blog

Feast on God's Word

Posted by Madison Miller on

Last Sunday we looked at the spiritual discipline of studying God’s Word. Studying and reflecting on Scripture leads us to know God better and love Him with our minds (Luke 10:27). We are challenged to go deeper than merely reading the Bible.  God has much more for us than occasional...

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Resources for How to Practice Sabbath

Posted by JR Woodward on

Last Sunday, we heard a message on the importance of sabbath and how when we cease interfering in the world we are acknowledging that it is God’s world, not ours. We also walked through some key questions that you can ask yourself when trying to determine how you should spend your...

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Tags: rest, sabbath

Aaron & Amy's Sabbatical | Update 2

Posted by Aaron & Amy Graham on

Dear Church, Over the course of our sabbatical this summer we planned to write monthly updates to share with you about our travels and about what we have sensed God speaking to us during this time. It has been a true gift to be able to unplug from the daily pressures of ministry and receive...

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Lectio Divina

Posted by Jordan Gustafson on

Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a way to read short passages of Scripture with goal of depth rather than breadth. It is an ancient spiritual practice that started as a key feature in the daily schedule of Benedictine monk practices in the 6th century. It is a way to listen to God’s...

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Tags: bible, lectio divina, study

Aaron & Amy's Sabbatical | Update 1| The Journey Begins

Posted by Aaron & Amy Graham on

Dear Church, As most of you have already heard we are starting a three month sabbatical this Monday, June 18th. This has been something we have been planning for several years with the support from our TDC Executive Board. Sabbaticals are not vacations but rather intentional seasons of resting...

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Tags: sabbatical

Loving our Homeless Neighbors Generously

Posted by Shiri Yadlin on

As someone working in housing and homeless services I’m frequently asked, “What do I do when someone on the street asks me for money?” I’ll be first to admit that I too get flustered when I am approached by a person panhandling, and I don’t have an easy or simple...

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Witnessing the Power of Prayer in Puerto Rico

Posted by Dennis Mahoney on

Please join us on Sunday 3/25/18 after the first service in the CHEC Cafeteria to hear from a panel of people who went on the trip share about their experiences and how to sign up for our next trip to Puerto Rico occurring April 28-May 4th.

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The Beauty of Lent

Posted by Jaclyn Thomas-Sellers on

Although the Lenten season may have different starting and ending dates each year and may entail a number of different traditions based on denomination or culture, the point is the same. The intention of Lent is to emulate Jesus, acknowledge his sacrifice and to prepare our hearts for Jesus’...

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A Journey Through the Book of Romans

Posted by Aaron Graham on

Thanks for joining on this journey through the book of Romans! Over the next 10 weeks, we will move daily through the first eight chapters of one of the most amazing and rich books in the entire Bible: Romans. The apostle Paul writes to the church in Rome making the case that every single...

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30 Days of Being Thankful

Posted by Jordan Gustafson on

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. This past Sunday as a community we leaned in to the above text to get a picture of the life that Paul, through these three commands, is calling us...

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Tags: grateful, thanksgiving

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