Aaron and Amy Graham have been planting churches and reaching cities for nearly two decades. After planting in Boston, they moved to Washington, DC to plant District Church — a church with a commitment to doing justice in the nation’s capital. District Church is remarkably diverse, with 74 nations and 49 states represented in its congregation. Aaron has been named one of Washingtonian Magazine’s 40 under 40. Aaron and his wife Amy are both pastors as well as adoption and foster care advocates. They founded DC127 with the mission to unite churches to reverse the foster care wait list in DC. They live in Columbia Heights with their two adopted kids Elijah and Natalie.
"... find ways - fresh ways - of telling the story of the return of the human race from its exile, and use stories as your explanation.” - NT Wright (4/4)Read More
“Your task is to find the symbolic ways of doing things differently, planting flags in a hostile soil, setting up signposts that say there is a different way to be human. And when people are puzzled at what you’re doing ... (3/4)Read More
"Christian difference is therefore not an insertion of something new into the old from outside, but a bursting out of the new precisely within the proper space of the old." - Miroslav Volf (2/4)Read More