How Can You Serve?

We are committed to equipping members to do the work of ministry and to utilize their gifts so that church grows into a mature, healthy body.

Pastors cannot meet every need in the church, nor can they single-handedly impact our community - but a committed, proactive body of disciples of Jesus Christ is a powerful force for the Kingdom.

How can you use your spiritual gifting to serve the body of Christ?



    Our nursery provides a safe, enjoyable place for children (ages 0-2) to play while their parents attend services. Newborns through three-year-olds are welcome in the nursery and will be cared for by reliable, responsible volunteers who have been trained in CPR and First Aid. Babies and small children are welcome in the worship service, but we provide this ministry as an option for parents who prefer it.

    Sunday School

    Our Sunday school curriculum, The Gospel Project, shows kids how each section of the Bible fits into the bigger story and centers on Jesus Christ. Through music, crafts, games and videos, Victory’s children are learning Biblical truths each week. Sunday school meets from 9:00am – 9:40am, and consists of classes for birth-pre-K; K-2nd; 3rd-5th; 6th-8th; and High School-Adults.

    Junior Church (not available at this time)

    During our worship service, children ages 3-5 have the option to attend junior church. Students get a short lesson before they are dismissed. They are taught a Bible lesson geared toward their age level. This is a fun time where kids not only learn about the Bible, but also get to participate in hands-on activities that reinforce the Biblical truths learned.

    Policies  & Procedures

    We are committed to providing a safe and fun environment for children to grow, learn, and thrive. Click here to read our children's ministry policy. You can also download a children's ministry volunteer application and background check authorization and disclosure.


    Our youth ministry exists to partner with parents to provide a safe and loving community that:

    • Encourages youth to cultivate a sustainable, life-long, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
    • Instructs AND models the joyous responsibilities of the Christian faith
    • Equips youth to be an active part of the body of Christ and to engage with the world

    We have several opportunities throughout the week for women to connect, study God's Word, and encourage each other in their walk with Jesus.


    "Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another." - Proverbs 27:17

    We desire to break the cultural barriers that lead to Christian men leading lives of isolation. Our goal is to engage, encourage, disciple, and equip men in all stages of life to live out their calling as followers of Jesus. This takes place through times of fellowship, teaching, and opportunities to serve.

    At this time, a men's small group meets on Tuesday nights at 6:00 at the church building. The group usually takes on a 10-12 week study of a particular biblical topic or book of Scripture.


    The Gospel Project is a three year Sunday School curriculum for all ages. Over the course of the study, we will work our way through each book of the Bible.

    One great feature of The Gospel Project is that it is designed for every age to be on the same page. From our nursery through our adult class, the entire church studies the same thing every week. That creates opportunities for families to continue their study and worship of God throughout the week.

    Another exciting component of The Gospel Project is its commitment to the idea that the Bible is telling one big story. Yes, there are 66 individual books, but they are all woven together in one grand narrative by a Master Storyteller. And this story centers on Jesus Christ.


    Fellowship should consist of more than just grabbing donut holes and orange juice before church starts.

    We desire to build an authentic community of believers at Victory and that begins with knowing each other.

    One way that we facilitate that process is through our Supper Six groups, in which small groups of people gather at least once a month over a meal.

    There is something about gathering around a table and breaking bread together that allows people to connect.

    If you are interested in joining or hosting a Supper Six group, please let us know!