WELCOME TO VICTORY

We’re glad to have you here.

How will I be recognized as a vistor?


If you are visiting for the first time, we will not embarrass you or ask you for money. Instead, we will greet you with the love the lord, shake your hand and make you feel welcomed. You will also have a chance to meet and connect with our Senior Pastors Sam and Donna Luke.


How should I dress?


When visiting a church you have never been to before, this question often comes up. A general rule of thumb is to dress with humility and decency. On any given Sunday at Victory, you will see anything from running shoes to heels, jeans to slacks and suits, open collars to shirt and tie or t-shirt. You get the picture. When a person dresses out of love for the Lord, the choice of dress, whether casual or more formal, is acceptable to God and us.


What about my kids?


During Sunday worship service:

We offer Kids Questfor ages 4-12 in our Student Ministry Center. For infants to children 3 years old, we offer Victory Tots in the main building.

During Wednesday night service:

We offer Royal Rangers and Missionettes for boys and girls age 4 – 12. For Teenagers we have Battle Cry Youth Ministry.


What about offering?:


When a and how is offering collected? Am I expected to give if I am just visiting? How much should I give? These are all questions people often ask themselves when visiting a church. What we offer to God is based on a belief that all we have is a gift from God. When we give back to God it is therefore a form of worship. Offering are an expression of our love for God and as such no one will ever dictate what each person is to give. The offering we collect go directly to the work we do each day in spreading the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.


What’s worship like?


We praise God with a blend of contemporary worship music, hymns and dance. Our choir sings during the 10am worship service. We also have occasional special music by individuals in our church family or different choirs within the church, such as youth, children’s, etc.

How will I be recognized as a vistor?


If you are visiting for the first time, we will not embarrass you or ask you for money. Instead, we will greet you with the love the lord, shake your hand and make you feel welcomed. You will also have a chance to meet and connect with our Senior Pastors Sam and Donna Luke.


How should I dress?


When visiting a church you have never been to before, this question often comes up. A general rule of thumb is to dress with humility and decency. On any given Sunday at Victory, you will see anything from running shoes to heels, jeans to slacks and suits, open collars to shirt and tie or t-shirt. You get the picture. When a person dresses out of love for the Lord, the choice of dress, whether casual or more formal, is acceptable to God and us.


What about my kids?


During Sunday worship service:

We offer Kids Quest for ages 4-12 in our Student Ministry Center. For infants to children 3 years old, we offer Victory Tots in the main building.

During Sunday worship service:

We offer Royal Rangers and Missionettes for boys and girls age 4 – 12. For Teenagers we have Battle Cry Youth Ministry.


What about offering?:


When a and how is offering collected? Am I expected to give if I am just visiting? How much should I give? These are all questions people often ask themselves when visiting a church. What we offer to God is based on a belief that all we have is a gift from God. When we give back to God it is therefore a form of worship. Offering are an expression of our love for God and as such no one will ever dictate what each person is to give. The offering we collect go directly to the work we do each day in spreading the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.


What’s worship like?


We praise God with a blend of contemporary worship music, hymns and dance. Our choir sings during the 10am worship service. We also have occasional special music by individuals in our church family or different choirs within the church, such as youth, children’s, etc.

Who is Jesus?

He’s the Christ. The King who God himself had promised to send, who would put everything right by setting up a kingdom of justice and love.

He’s also the Son of God. God himself, entering the world as a human being.

Jesus proved who he was by what he did. He healed people. He calmed storms. He raised the dead.

By doing these things, the King was giving a glimpse of life in his kingdom. A perfect place, with no suffering, fear or death. It’s the world we all want.


Why did Jesus come – to be rejected

But many people rejected Jesus. They thought they’d be happier making their own rules and living outside his kingdom. This rejection of the King is something we all do. Jesus called it sin.

It damages our lives and will eventually leave us separated from the joy of being in the kingdom.

God won’t let those who reject the King live with him. So we face what Jesus called hell. An existence without anything good, forever.


Why did Jesus come – to be killed

People rejected the King so violently that they killed him by nailing him to a cross. But his death wasn’t a mistake by God – it was a masterstroke.

On the cross, Jesus was cut off from God’s friendship and goodness. He chose to experience hell – so that we don’t have to. The sinless King died to take the punishment sin deserves.

Jesus was opening the way into his kingdom.


Why did Jesus come – to rise again

Three days after his execution, his tomb was found to be empty. Over the next few weeks many ate with Jesus. Dozens spoke with him. Hundreds saw him. Jesus the King could not be contained by death. He had risen!


What does this mean for us?

So, today, right now, Jesus is inviting people to come into his kingdom. He tells us to repent and believe the good news.

Repent means to turn around, to live with Jesus in charge instead of ourselves. Believe means to trust that Jesus has done everything we need to give us a place in his kingdom.

Living with Jesus as King isn’t easy. His followers will be rejected, just as he was. But they also live a life of deep security, satisfaction, and joy, knowing God and his forgiveness, being helped by his Spirit, and looking forward to the King’s return, when he will finally establish his loving kingdom forever.

Jesus offers all this to anyone and everyone who repents and believes.

How about you?