• Columbia Heights Parish
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 



Holistic Living - Workshop Series

Posted by Jenn Nichols on

Holistic Living Workshop Series -- Learning to love neighbor and self. TDC invites you to a series of workshops called Holistic Living led by one of our own congregants, Stacey Schwenker. These workshops will help you understand and live out caring for your soul and that of others through...

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Tags: emotional, health, neighboring, self care

The SPIRE Plan: Who are you becoming?

Posted by Justin Fung on

In his book Soul Keeping, Pastor John Ortberg recalls Dallas Willard saying: The most important thing in your life is not what you do; it’s who you become. That’s what you will take into eternity. You are an unceasing spiritual being with an eternal destiny in God’s...

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Tags: discipleship, soul care, spire, growth, vision

Good Endings

Posted by Justin Fung on

[We weren't able to record today's message, so we're posting a blog of Justin's message instead.] Today, on the last Sunday of the year, I thought it might be appropriate to talk about “Good Endings.” How to end well. Many of you are excited to see the back of this year and to start...

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Tags: endings, grief, lament, trust

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

4 Things Complicating the Life of Every Twentysomething

Posted by Blog Editor on

Repost from Relevant Magazine When I entered my twenties, I had no idea how complicated and difficult life would become. Instead, I was blinded by the thrills of being a young adult in a world of opportunity. Culture had told me the twentysomething life was a glamorous adventure and...

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Tags: life, purpose, mission, calling