Mount Vernon Foursquare Fellowship

Mount Vernon Foursquare Fellowship

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5200 Eisenhower Ave Ste 200
Alexandria, VA 22304-4849

(703) 371-2095


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Who We Are

We are a relational, organic, and pioneering community of believers that is passionate about advancing God’s Kingdom, locally, nationally, and globally. We are not a building or simply a place to attend Sunday services. We are committed to understanding, exploring and experiencing what it means to be the body of Christ wherever we are and wherever we go.

We are disciple-makers. We equip and release believers to be spiritually fruitful leaders who advance God’s Kingdom by making disciples. We are intentional about spiritual growth, leadership development, and church planting.

About Us

Casual, Creative, Down to Earth, Spirit-filled, Friendly, Young families, Lots of kids, Inclusive

Social Justice, Nursery, Missions, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry

Contemporary, Traditional Hymns





Our Services

What are services like?
We tend to be a casual crowd. Most of us come in weekend clothes, and we kick off our shoes at the door. That said, you are welcome to dress up and leave your shoes on, if you prefer. Jesus asks us to come to Him just as we are, so that’s our dress code. We come to Him as we are, whether we are in suits or in jeans. Typically, people begin arriving for the 11am service around 10:45. We have refreshments before settling in for service and worship. A typical Sunday service consists of singing, followed by a short fellowship and refreshment break, announcements, and a 20-25 minute message delivered by Pastor Niki or one of our other teaching pastors. Often Pastor Niki uses the sermon time to facilitate a workshop-type activity (such as small group discussions) that helps people apply spiritual truths and experience God for themselves.

What is the community like?
We are love in action, a diverse community of believers who are committed to serving others and to living in authentic relationship with our Savior and each other. We are messy. We recognize and accept that we all have real struggles, real brokenness, and real hurts. But we are dedicated to helping each other experience real victories, real healing, and real wholeness. We are a place to belong. We do not judge or condemn one another, but we do encourage and challenge each other to live in ways that are consistent with God’s best for us.

What if I'm not a Christian?
All kinds of people join us for fellowship, ranging from people who have been Christians all their lives to people who have just started exploring their relationship with God. We all have one thing in common — we seek to develop and deepen our relationships with God and with one another.

Leadership View all

Niki Tshibaka

Niki Tshibaka

Niki serves as the Senior Pastor of Mount Vernon Foursquare Fellowship in Alexandria, Virginia (just outside Washington, DC). He and his wife, Kelly, planted the church in 2006 to create an organic discipling community that would help people discover their God-given gifts, inspire them to engage in their God-ordained ministries, and challenge them not only to be disciples of Jesus but also to make disciples of Jesus. Niki is a graduate of Amherst College and Harvard Law School. After graduating from law school, he worked for a private law firm in Washington, D.C., and then served as a Senior Trial Attorney in the United States Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division. One year after he and his wife planted Mount Vernon Foursquare Fellowship, in obedience to a word from God, Niki left his legal career to become a full-time pastor.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • What People are Saying about Mount Vernon Foursquare: “We’ve got a really great thing here. People in the DC area need what we’re offering.” “I finally feel like I belong. There’s a place for me here.” “Home. The perfect community. A safe place.” “Authentic people, genuine love” “Followers of Jesus who are equipped by the Word, empowered by the Spirit, and doing His work.” “Discipleship, discipleship, discipleship”
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