Why We Exist
Who We Are
The Victory Life
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"Wherever the river flows, there is life."
We want to welcome you to our family called Victory Church!
The Lord is moving in our midst today and we are excited about His plans for the future! We are a church that emphasizes authentic relationships, living a Christ-centered life, studying the Scripture, and experiencing the person of the Holy Spirit daily. Victory Church is more than just a friendly church, it’s a church family made up of vibrant and growing individuals who want to make a difference in their communities. We hope you find your place here in the family of Victory, and we look forward to getting to know you.
Since we believe that the Lord by His Spirit and the Written Word changes our lives, every service will include a time of passionate worship, an opportunity to give, a time of preaching a Christ-centered message, and time of ministry at the altar.
Every visitor that walks through our doors is welcomed at the front door and given a gift and a chance to meet one of our pastors! We’d love to get to know you and your family — Join us this Sunday at 10AM & 7pm!
What To Expect
Pastors Frank and Parris graduated from God’s Army in 1978 and moved to New Orleans. In 1979, they established the Full Gospel church now known as Victory Church. This storefront church began with a young congregation of approximately 50 people and grew quickly. In 1987, the church purchased property on Airline Drive to accommodate the growing congregation.
In 1994, the Holy Spirit swept through the congregation, bringing the church back to its true Pentecostal roots and Protestant beliefs. Victory Church is a destination for hungry believers to touch heaven and express love and devotion to God.
We exist to serve the community in the New Orleans Metropolitan Area. Victory is known for its evangelical multi-media production of Beyond the Grave, and its Annual July 4th Free Food Festival, Feed the Multitudes.
As Victory Church celebrates 43 years of ministry in New Orleans, the congregation stands hungry and poised for the challenges the community faces. They are here to reach the lost and comfort the broken hearted.