• Columbia Heights Parish
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

Why God?

Posted by Jennifer Walton on

WHY GOD? Good God, what a question. I find myself asking it on a daily basis, but not quite in the same way. Some days I don't even use a name. Sometimes it comes out in an experience or a moment, or you know... a %$#! But it's there and clearly The Universe (God) thinks I'm cute trying...

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Tags: faith, god, why

Interested in going to the Holy Land?

Posted by Jordan Wilson on

Earlier this year Aaron Graham, Mike Li and myself rolled the dice on going to Israel and the Palestinian Territories to learn more about the ongoing conflict, opportunities for peace, and to walk the ground where Jesus lived out his ministry while here on Earth.  It was to be part...

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Why God? Small Group - For the doubting, the skeptical, and the downright unbelieving.

Posted by Jenn Nichols on

This is a brand new class for Christians and non-Christians alike. A relaxed, free dinner, followed by a talk and discussion on the core components of the Christian faith. Time: 7pm on Wednesdays Leaders: Brian Carrier, Jenn Nichols, and Jenn Walton To sign up, email:  

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Tags: class, doubt, faith, questioning, seeking, skeptic, why god

Do you believe in yourself as much as God believes in you?

Posted by Aaron Graham on

The following is the transcript from Aaron Graham's sermon on January 11th at The District Church - Columbia Heights, entitled Upside Down. I love basketball. I love to play it. I love to watch it. I love to dream about it. I love the Wizards. I love the Tarheels! I’m hoping...

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Learning to Walk in the Desert

Posted by Justin Fung on

Reposted from Sojourners. I used to be afraid of the desert. Not a particular desert — I haven’t really experienced much literal desert before (and I don’t count driving through Nevada on the way to Vegas). But the idea of the desert, of the wilderness, conjured up images...

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Tags: desert, faith, suffering