Allen Drew, Pastor


Allen Drew and his wife Heather (see below) have lived in Mt Airy since 2004 and are true "Mt Airy Villagers" at heart. They have two daughters. While Allen was earning his Masters in Divinity at Westminster Seminary, they felt the call to plant a church in Mt Airy off of their old church home, Spirit and Truth Fellowship. When Allen is not pastoring, he loves spending time with his family, running, hiking, reading, writing, watching good movies, and delving into anything related to space exploration or green energy. He also directs the high school a cappella program at Germantown Friends School (Facebook @GFS A Cappella), which he thoroughly enjoys.  
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Cindy Lees, Community Advocate


Cindy Lees, who has lived in Mt Airy since 2009, enjoys spending her time with neighbors (usually over coffee & meals!). She coordinates opportunities for MACC to connect with and show love to our neighbors in the Mt Airy community, including friends at a local personal care home (McCallum House), as well as friends who are ill, lonely, and/or need support. Cindy coordinates MACC's involvement with neighborhood events, works part time at Whosoever Gospel Mission (a residential ministry to homeless men in Germantown), and also works as a per diem physical therapist in the area.  Cindy graduated in June 2018 from BTS with a Masters degree in theology.
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Heather Drew, Creative Communications Manager


Heather Drew is our (very part time) creative networker to the outside world. She uses her imaginative creativity and unique "eye" to make our marketing, social media, and internet publications clean and beautiful. Heather's full-time work, however, is a mix of professions including Psychotherapist, Fieldwork Coordinator at the BTS Graduate School of Counseling, Teaching Assistant & guest lecturer, certified yoga instructor, mother, and writer (blogging at Life in the Whirlwind). She can be found drinking in her "me time" at the local yoga studio, taking mindful walks, or sipping coffee at the High Point Cafe.
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