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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


East Side Parish

East Side Parish

Address

Miner Elementary School
601 15th St NE

Service Times

10:30am

Kids' City offered.

Pastor

Matthew Watson

Contact


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

 

Blog

East Side Launches Christ City Church

Posted by Aaron Graham on

In May, we announced that the East Side Parish, which began four years ago, is going to launch out as its own autonomous church this summer. I wanted to let you know that things are moving forward as planned with this transition. The East Side will be re-launching this Sunday, August 6th as...

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Tags: east side parish update, christ city church

Important Announcement about the East Side Parish

Posted by Aaron Graham & Matthew Watson on

To The District Church, From the very beginning of The District Church, we’ve sought to be a church that is committed to multiplying leaders and churches in Washington, DC, and beyond.  We’ve always believed that it is through planting the gospel in new neighborhoods and...

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Tags: east side parish update

Why We Are Supporting Impact DC

Posted by Frank O'Neill on

Nina and I have been attending The District Church for over five years and we are so grateful to have found community here through our Small Group. These are the people that we do life with in DC. These are our friends with whom we share meals, holidays and birthdays as well as our burdens...

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Tags: impact, impact dc, ministry center

Finally, Sisters and Brothers - A Poem

Posted by Amy Sawyer on

We are entering our final Sunday studying the book of Philippians and learning what it means to find joy - in all things. This poem is inspired by Philippians 4:8, which says, "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is...

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Tags: hope, joy, love, peace, philippians, truth

Joy Floats - A Poem

Posted by Ajibade Jegede on

We are now entering our third Sunday studying the book of Philippians and learning what it means to find joy - in all things. This poem is inspired by the letter written to the Philippian church and explores how God's love and joy is always with us.   Joy Floats by Ajibade Jegede...

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Tags: christ, darkness, disappointment, holy spirit, hope, joy, philippians

Our Vision for Being a Multicultural Church

Posted by Aaron Graham on

As we move into 2017, I wanted to pause and give thanks for a vision that I believe God has given us as a church. One of the things you may have noticed if you are new to our church is how diverse our church is racially. We have almost 60 nationalities represented in the church. Something we...

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Tags: affinity, affinity groups, diversity, multicultural, race

Luke 2 - A Poem

Posted by Amy Sawyer on

A poem, written by Amy Sawyer, inspired by Luke 2. Luke 2 By Amy Sawyer   Whose house do you belong to? What line? Which family? How far out of Egypt? Traveling from Jerusalem or Babylon? Or Syria? God’s scattered people, now is the time to return to the home of your...

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Tags: advent, christmas, jesus, mary

Big News!

Posted by Aaron Graham on

Over the last several years, we have been praying as a church about a set of what we’ve called God-Sized Dreams. These are things we believe God is calling us to but we don’t have the resources or people to make them happen. What this means practically is that we have been praying...

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Tags: church for the city

A Church for the City Spoken Word

Posted by Ajibade Jegede on

(Intro) You know sometimes it’s as if the universal church Has a split personality One side sees serving God as a formality While the other seeks to obey God in totality (*Note: The words on the right represent words spoken by the Worldly Church)   To coin a phrase “It be...

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Tags: learning to live, spoken word, a church for the city

Why I Go To Israel-Palestine

Posted by Jordan Wilson on

Why I Go To Israel-Palestine “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” (Matthew 5:9) I recently heard a commentary on this verse – likely from Stott, Nouwen, Wright, or maybe a wise friend – that spoke of how those who are peacemakers bear...

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Tags: middle east, peace, reconciliation, israel/palestine

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