Episode 106 | Racial Healing Part 2

Episode 106 | Racial Healing Part 2

In part two of our conversation on racial healing, we focus on an initiative called the Repentance Project and how it’s taking action to move the country forward. We’re joined again by Pastor Aaron Graham and this week we have Claude Jennings (show producer) join us.

Podcast Guests

Claude Jennings

Claude Jennings is a media professional in the greater Washington DC area serving several local and national media outlets. He is also the Founder and CEO of Hope Line Media LLC, providing media marketing services for businesses. Claude is also the pastor of Impact Fellowship, a church in Greenbelt Maryland that focuses on community engagement and tangible change in the lives of people.


Pastor Aaron Graham

Aaron serves as the founder and lead pastor of The District Church. He leads the Columbia Heights parish as well as the church organizationally. Aaron has a heart for church planting, leadership development, and urban ministry.

He is the co-founder of DC127 and serves as the board chair. Before moving to the District, Aaron started Quincy Street Missional Church in a low-income neighborhood of Boston where he served for five years. He received his bachelor’s from the University of Richmond, master’s at Harvard’s Kennedy School, and his doctorate at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Aaron loves to be outdoors, to play basketball, to travel, and to cheer for DC sports teams. He lives in Columbia Heights with his wife Amy and their two children, Elijah and Natalie.