About Loudoun
Connected During COVID-19

The page below gives you a glimpse of what MBC Loudoun is normally like. While we’re not able to meet in person during this season, we still have ways that you can connect with our church family. Check out all the ways we’re coming together during COVID-19 here.

Who are you?

We’re a family, a group of imperfect people from all walks of life that recognize our need for God’s grace. We’re college students and young adults; families with small kids; families with students in college; working professionals and retirees—people of all generations and many ethnic groups.  

The church is not a building to sit in or an event to attend, it’s a movement to join. Our passion and mission is to glorify God by making disciples, and multiplying churches among all nations, beginning in greater Washington, DC.

What should I expect?

When you come through the front doors at Loudoun you should expect to be greeted warmly. We’ll have greeters stationed at each entrance and a Welcome Desk in the lobby if you have any questions. We’re here to help! Grab some coffee in the back of the lobby and have a look around.  

Our Sunday morning services are about 90 minutes long and include times of singing and listening to life-relevant preaching from the Bible. We also have fun, safe, meaningful age-appropriate programming during every service for your children and students. 

We know that visiting a new place can be a bit daunting and disorienting, but we don’t want it to be that way for you. As much as we can, we want to make sure that you and your family are comfortable, that you feel welcomed and that your first visit is a great one! If you plan on visiting, let us know by sending any questions you might have to LeAnne Smart

Where do I start?

We are absolutely convinced that church is meant to be much more than event on Sunday. At the core, a church is made up of people that are meant to gather together as a family, grow together in Christ and go out together on mission to share the good news about Jesus. Whether it’s joining a Lifegroup or a serving team, participating in a weekly Bible study or going on a shortterm mission trip, we’d love for you to get plugged in. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we have a place that’s right for you. One of the best places to begin is at Starting Point, a gathering on Sunday morning after church where you can find out a little bit more about who we are, where we are going and how you can find your place here. We are now offering an outdoor Starting Point Class during our time of social distancing.  LEARN MORE

Britten Taylor
Pastor of MBC Loudoun

Welcome to the Loudoun location of McLean Bible Church. We’re glad you’re here! No matter what you’ve been through or where you’ve come from, you are welcome here. We hope you’ll consider joining us on Sunday for a worship gathering. Join us to see why God’s family is no ordinary family.

 

Coronavirus

How does the Coronavirus impact you at MBC Loudoun? See our updates here.

 

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Children
NURSERY & TODDLER (NEWBORN – 3 YEARS): 9 AM | 11 AM
PRESCHOOL (3 YEARS – PRE-K): 9 AM | 11 AM
ELEMENTARY (K – 5TH GRADE): 9 AM | 11 AM

Children’s programing that’s safe, engaging and fun. Your kids will want to come back week after week as they learn the Bible and have a TON of fun along the way.
Students
JUNIOR HIGH (6TH – 8TH GRADE)
HIGH SCHOOL (9TH – 12TH GRADE)
SUNDAYS AT 11 AM & WEDNESDAYS AT 7 PM

We’re a community of students aiming to know God and experience Him in real ways. We hang out, make friends, grow spiritually, and impact others. Come check us out sometime!
People with Special Needs
CHILDREN (AGES 2 – 15): 9 AM | 11 AM
TEENS AND ADULTS (AGES 16+): 9 AM | 11 AM

Every person has dignity and worth regardless of their abilities and disabilities. God loves all people and so do we. Access is a place to invest in and care for kids, students, and adults with special needs.
Groups
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God designed us to live in His family, not in isolation. Groups are the way we make a big place feel smaller so that we can develop meaningful relationships.