Welcome to 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.
What To Expect On A Sunday
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 & 7AM!
Children’s Ministry is a vital part of Victory Church. Each week our staff provides opportunities for children to study the gospel and encounter Christ. We create an environment where children can build a personal relationship with Jesus and be transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit. Ministry is offered for infants to 11 years of age.
Infants and toddler classes are located in the Sanctuary. Preschoolers are located in the School Building. Ages 5-11 are in the Life Center (Gym).
Join us Wednesdays at 6:30pm for an 8-week series called Pentecostal Doctrines! This a powerful teaching on the foundations of our faith and the power we walk in as believers!
We are Pentecostal because of the blessing given to us by the
supernatural language of prayer. The prayer language is foundational to the supernatural Christian life.
When Jesus left His disciples to return to heaven, He told them to wait for the “Promise of the Father” [Acts 1:4]. This is a promise the Father made to Jesus in eternity; the Father and the Son entered an eternal covenant. If Christ would become a man and sacrifice his life for fallen man all those who believed upon Him would receive the Promise, the awesome baptism in the Holy Spirit. The baptism in the Spirit is the purchased possession obtained by Christ on the cross.
We are Protestant because we know we are saved by grace through faith and not by works. Martin Luther was lost in the snare of human effort and a system of religious works until one day he read those words from Romans 1:17, “The just shall live by faith.” Those words brought freedom to his soul and began the revolution that drug Europe from the shadows of the dark ages – the Protestant Reformation.