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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

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Contact Us

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

 

Blog

Discipleship Friday: The Examen

Posted by Richard Farinas on

What is the Daily Examen? The Daily Examen (or simply “Examen”) is a specific prayer technique for reflecting on the events of daily life in order to foster an awareness of God’s active presence in our lives. It is also known as the Examen of Consciousness and the Review...

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Discipleship Friday: Praying the Psalms

Posted by Morih Felder on

What are the Psalms? The book of Psalms is a collection of 150 songs and prayers written by different authors over the course of many years. It is the prayer book of the Bible, made up of hymns, individual and communal laments, and individual and communal prayers of praise and...

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Discipleship Friday: Praying with the Prayers in Scripture

Posted by Maureen Chaput on

The Bible (both the Old and New Testaments), is a rich source of wisdom, inspiration and teaching about every topic related to following Jesus as a whole-hearted disciple. In the 66 books of the Bible we learn who God is, what God’s intentions were and are toward humanity, exactly what our...

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Discipleship Friday: Meeting God in Scripture

Posted by Samuel An on

Through the ages, faithful believers have never ceased to develop ways to encounter God in Scripture. From meditation, prayer, to song, God’s Word has held a special reverence among his peoples. David conveys the primacy of God’s word in the first psalm. He writes, “Blessed...

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Discipleship Friday: Praying Through Loss, Disappointment, and Change

Posted by Bryan Franklin on

What is Lament? Soong Chung Ra describes lament as the church’s response when it refuses to give up in the midst of suffering. NT Wright defines lament as what happens when you ask God “Why?” and don’t get an answer. Lament is talking to God about our pain, fear...

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Discipleship Friday: Praying in Jesus Name

Posted by Yemi Okunogbe on

Jesus promises his followers that he will do whatever they ask, as long as they pray in his name (John 14:13-14). It follows that a prayer in Jesus’s name is a prayer that will undoubtedly be answered. It follows that a prayer in Jesus’s name is a prayer that will obtain its...

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Discipleship Friday: Ignatian Sensory Reading

Posted by Shiri Yadlin on

What is your favorite story? What do you love about it? How do you talk about it with others? I love stories. I relish in the opportunity to get lost in a new world with fantastical creatures and unfamiliar ways of life. I readily immerse myself in stories of adventure and eagerly take on the...

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Discipleship Fridays: Daily Worship

Posted by Brian Carrier on

  The goal of Discipleship Fridays is to give you different ways to connect with God, or in other words, to practice daily worship. It is primarily through daily worship that we feed ourselves spiritually and thereby grow as Christians. Each week we will have a different voice in our...

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The District Church Opens New Ministry Center in Northeast DC

Posted by Aaron Graham on

The Ministry Center, located in the Brookland neighborhood of DC, will serve as the home of The District Church staff, DC127, Just Homes, and a new counseling and recovery ministry. These ministries are a reflection of the church’s commitment to be “a church for the city” in...

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Responding to the Coronavirus as the Body of Christ

Posted by Aaron Graham on

Dear Church, As the coronavirus continues its spread across the US and world, there is much uncertainty. Uncertainty about how far it will spread and for how long. Uncertainty about whether it has already spread into Washington, DC, but has not yet been diagnosed. Uncertainty about whether the...

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