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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
  • Email: 
  • Mailing Address: 1616 7th St, NW, Washington DC, 20001 

 

Blog

Four Additional Thoughts on Every Nation, Every Tribe

Posted by Matthew Watson on

By Matthew Watson We are now a few weeks removed from our Every Nation Every Tribe series wherein we took our church calling to become more multicultural while practicing racial reconciliation and overlaid it on our core commitments of worship, community, and justice. Weeks removed, I find...

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What to expect at your first Community Lunch

Posted by Krista Cocozello on

If you are new to The District Church’s East Side parish like me, then you will likely hear the announcement for “Community Lunch” soon and may wonder if you should go. I asked myself the same question last Sunday. It was my first time attending the East Side parish. When it...

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Tags: community lunch, east side

TDC's first Kids' Games Camp

Posted by Krista Cocozello on

  You may have heard the phrase, “Kid’s Games Camp” said quite a bit within the past few months. In essence, Kid’s Games Camp was The District Church’s first Vacation Bible School. I volunteered as a “Crew Leader” for the Purple Crew, which was made...

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Tags: children, kids, kids city, sunday school, vbs

Seeking Refuge Next Steps

Posted by Matthew Watson on

Seeking Refuge. Next Steps. On Tuesday evening, July 5th, we gathered together to consider what a faith-informed response to the global refugee crisis might look like. We also engaged in critical reflection on how our faith in Jesus ought guide our care for undocumented immigrants. We invite...

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Welcome New TDC Intern Krista Cocozello!

Posted by Beverly Lwenya on

Krista was born and raised in Staten Island, New York. She moved to DC in 2012 for her undergraduate degree at George Washington University, where she received a bachelor’s in criminal justice in May 2016. She serves at The District Church through InterVarsity Christian...

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Multicultural Worship Playlist

Posted by Kimberly Williams on

Being a multicultural church means incorporating multicultural worship. During our series Every Nation, Every Tribe, we'll be learning more about this. Here is a list of songs that I think would be a great start in that direction: Israel Houghton: "Our God Reigns", "Jesus at the...

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Pentecost Offering: Update

Posted by Beverly Lwenya on

Last month on Pentecost Sunday, May 15th, The District Church held our Pentecost Offering. We wrote about how this was a special time to celebrate the birthday of the global church by giving towards new church plants.  We've now counted all the money and we raised: $26,370! If...

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Every Nation, Every Tribe: Talk Back

Posted by Beverly Lwenya on

As we go through this sermon series, Every Nation, Every Tribe: Being a Multicultural Church, we want to offer spaces where you can process the sermon in light of your own racial experience. As touched on in Pastor Aaron's sermon and Pastor Matthew's sermon, we will be introducing...

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Everyday Mission: 21 Day GOSPEL Experiment

Posted by JR Woodward on

The 21 Day GOSPEL Experiment   Re-orienting Life Around the Table On Sunday, in Columbia Heights, JR Woodward shared his 21 Day Gospel Experiment. You can find the GOSPEL acronym below, as well as the prayer attributed to St. Francis of Assisi; and you can listen to the message...

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Emi's Baptism Story

Posted by Jenn Nichols on

I feel like I have always been a Christian, I have always been a believer. I started attending church at a young age and continued through college. It's just what I thought I was supposed to do. When I moved to DC after graduation, I quickly joined The District Church and found a great community...

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Tags: baptism, saved

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