When you Arrive
An usher will greet you as you enter the building and help you know where to go from there. He will also give you a visitor’s card to be placed in the offering or give it back to one of the ushers.
Schedule of Services
Sunday School begins at 10:00 AM. We have graded classes from Nursery through High School, and an adult class.
At 11:00 AM our morning worship service begins. All the church meets together for a time of praise and worship before dismissing children for Children's Church. Children's Church is for children ages 4-12 is held in the Fellowship Hall. The teens and adults stay in the auditorium for a time of preaching and teaching.
After our morning worship we invite you to stay with us for lunch. Our church family comes together to provide a meal for everyone who comes to church, so there is plenty of food for everyone.
After lunch we have a short afternoon Bible study together at 1:30(ish). Sometimes we are walking through a book together, and sometimes we have different men from the church present a challenge or devotional.
The Wednesday night Bible study and prayer meeting begins at 7:00 PM. We have a time of prayer at the beginning of the service and then we have an interactive Bible study together where everyone is invited to participate in discussing the passage we are studying.
A beautiful, clean, nursery is available for infants and toddlers up to 3 years old, but there is no pressure for you to place your children there if you are not comfortable with putting them in the nursery. When you leave your child in the nursery for the first time, we will need you to fill out an information card. We will ask for their name, birth date, any special instructions, any allergies we need to be aware of, and a phone number to text you if there is a problem during the service.
What to Wear
Victory Baptist Church does not have a dress code for its members or our guests. We want you to know that you are welcome just as you are. Many of our members will dress in "traditional" Sunday clothes, but it is not something that is pushed or mandated by church leadership.