Our ministry is committed to equipping young adults who are college-aged, 20s and 30s and connecting them to community, fellowship, and serving opportunities. We do this in several ways, including providing targeted-teaching that serves young adults in their specific age and life stage, through a variety of environments and mid-sized gatherings.
Meet us at 10 a.m. for a FREE cup of coffee in the Cafe before we serve. Afterwards, plan to sit with us at the 12:30 service. During the 10:45 a.m. service, you can serve in any ministry within the church. The ministries that need the most help are KidsQuest and the Ushers/Greeters. If you have any questions, email Jaclyn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, we want to integrate, not isolate. Serve somewhere!!
Every Thursday Night join us for dinner and Bible study. We are currently in the Minor Prophets. If you'd like to listen to previous messages - click here!
Feb 19: #cwblackout at 12:30 Service
Feb 19: LoveSick pt 2 Join us for Bowling after the service.
Feb 25: Serving Saturday
March 11: Bae-sics
March 3-4: Women's Conference
April 7-8: Weekend of Wonder
8925 Leesburg Pike, Vienna VA 22182
Thursdays - The Rock (Door 1B)
Sundays - Smith Center
Nathan Crew is the Pastor of Young Adults at MBC Tysons. Originally from Alabama (Roll Tide!), he moved to Lynchburg VA to attend Liberty University and graduated in 2008 with a degree in Communications. He then got married and he and his wife jumped overseas to be missionaries in the Dominican Republic for 6 months. Afterwards God led him to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary to prepare for a life of full time ministry. He graduated with an MDIV in 2013 and has been with McLean Bible Church since June 2014. He is passionate to see the church actively participating in the cause of Christ both locally and globally. He is married to the wonderful Kristen Crew.
Director of Connections for The Edge and Citywide
Raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Jaclyn grew up commercial fishing, snowmachining and looking at the Northern Lights in the winter. She attended Liberty University and received her undergraduate degree in Business Management with a minor in Psychology in May of 2011. While at Liberty she was involved in Student Leadership, which allowed her to mentor and disciple young women. Her passion for leadership within the church led her to pursue a Masters in Theology which she completed in 2012.