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Columbia Heights Parish

Columbia Heights Parish


Columbia Heights Educational Campus
3101 16th St NW

Service Times

10:00am & 11:30am

Kids' City  offered only at 10am service.




Aaron Graham



Contact Us

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



East Side Parish Time Change

Posted by Matthew Watson on

Dear Church, Over the summer the East Side Leadership Community – which is made up primarily of our small group leaders and ministry team leaders – met to pray, and consider whether meeting at 5 pm was a help or a hinderance to us in reaching the greater H Street...

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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

Find a Small Group That's Right for You!

Posted by Amy Graham on

We are excited to have more small groups than ever before as a part of our community! Over 40 groups are meeting in DC, VA and MD. Small groups are very much the backbone of our church and is the place where discipleship and spiritual formation happens. We are excited to see people deepen...

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Tags: community, discipleship, justice, small groups, worship

Three Principles to Keep in Mind When Talking About Race

Posted by Aaron Graham on

“All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation.” – 2 Corinthians 5:18 Talking about race can be a very sensitive and emotional topic. It is likely to stir up wounds from the past or remind us of how ignorant we...

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Tags: forgiveness, healing, race, reconciliation, redemption, renewal

Financial Peace

Posted by Aaron Graham on

Sign up for Financial Peace this fall!  Wednesday Nights | Sept 23rd - November 18th | 7:15 - 9pmChurch Office - 1616 7th St NWLeaders: Steve Schaber and Kiara Walters Join Steve Schaber and Kiara Walters as they help facilitate a class on...

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Tags: debt, finances, financial planning, money

Why Do We Need Boundaries?

Posted by Justin Fung on

Reposted from Sojourners. In July, our church did a series we called Creating Healthy Boundaries. We are a cause-oriented, full-scheduled, socially-aware group of folks who like to say yes to things but often find it difficult to say no. And sometimes in our busyness we have a tendency to...

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Tags: boundaries

Music Monday

Posted by Jordan Wilson on

Welcome to Music Mondays! Every Monday (hopefully), we’ll bring you new additions to some Spotify playlists we’re building and a spot of commentary on what you’re listening to. The aim is to provide you with some quality music to fit the mood you’re in, or the mood you...

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Tags: dance, lounge, playlist, spotify, worship, music monday

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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What is a Parish?

Posted by Aaron Graham on

The Parish Model - Neighborhood Focus Parish means taking ownership and responsibility for a geographical area around where the church worships. City-wide church planting movements used to network themselves across a city by planting neighborhood parishes. Yet in the last few decades with the...

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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