We glorify God by making disciples and multiplying churches in Greater Washington, D.C. Much of our disciple-making in the D.C. area occurs through our members’ personal witness in their offices, schools, and neighborhoods. But we also unite together in structured outreach to make disciples and multiply churches in our communities.
Even as we transition away from the emergency food distribution work we emphasized during the pandemic, our community events still often involve food distribution alongside other activities.
If you are in need, you’re welcome to join us at any of the events below, where we will be giving out boxes of food on a first-come, first-served basis. Many of our sites also feel like community festivals, with games and other activities. So whether you need food or not, feel free to come visit us!
For our MBC community, if you’d like to help out with food distribution and gatherings like these, please fill out this Interest Form.
You can also help by donating the following needed items. Please leave donations at MBC Tysons in the donation cottage (in front of Door 2 on the lower level parking garage)
*No glass containers or bulk packages please*
Note: We are not currently accepting clothing donations
God has directed us to care for the orphaned and vulnerable. At MBC MoCo we desire to follow his call and reflect his love in our community and around the world in this way. We are taking the first steps to build a community within the MoCo campus.
Keep informed about events, support opportunities and prayer requests through our Woven Ministry form.
In pursuit of church multiplication, we partner closely with New City Network (NCN) to train and mobilize church planters in the D.C. area and among all nations. We praise God for over 55 churches planted so far in D.C. and around the world through this partnership.
We understand that God’s purpose for D.C. and the nations is not just for MBC to grow larger and larger but for thousands of churches to make disciples and multiply. That’s why we partner with the North American Mission Board (NAMB) through NCN to plant like-minded and like-hearted churches all over D.C. and among all nations.