CONNECT Points: Several reasons for CONNECT Points at Victory– Monthly Fellowship & Fun opportunities Victory members to get together with each other over a meal New folks & guests to join with the members to meet new friends at a scheduled event Entry points for members to bring prospective members, guests and friends Families to eat together in fellowship to deepen authentic friendships Laughter, Smiles and Food, of course! Scheduled Monthly CONNECT Points for … more
Victory KIDZ are an important part of life at VWC. We realize that the children are the church not only of the future but of today. We are striving to be a intergenerational church which places importance on each generation present in the assembly. To achieve that, we offer many exciting classes and programs for children. On Sundays, we offer a KIDZ Church which specializes in teaching kids ages 4-11 the most important stories in the bible. Right now, we are working our way chronologically … more
VWC has amazing youth! Each Wednesday, all youth in grades 6-12 meet in the fellowship hall for a youth worship. This weekly service is led by a team of dedicated youth workers that strive to create a safe place for teens to learn and experience the Word of God through worship, video clips, discussion groups, journaling, scripture memory, short devotional lessons, ice breakers and skits. Our goal at VWC youth ministry is to come alongside teens in their journey towards adulthood and their … more
Victory U is a local bible college to enable all members to get a great biblically based education while staying in Ponca City to live and work. There are two semesters per year: Spring and Fall, with each semester meeting for several modules. VWC is committed to educational opportunities for all members, regardless of age or level of secular schooling. The modules are normally 4 week tracks but some are intensive and will require a 12-week commitment. Fall enrollment is currently … more
Matthew 25 ministries exist at VWC because it’s a biblical mandate to feed the hungry, give a drink to the thirsty, to invite the stranger in, to give clothing to the naked, to care for the sick and to visit the ones in prison. To this end, we take the gospel to the Kay County Detention Center once a week. The men’s service at KCDC is Wednesday mornings and is led by Pastor Rick Hughes. A team of men from Victory also bring a church service to men at the KCDC once a month … more
Prayer is the supernatural FORCE that puts the “go” in the church, especially at Victory. We believe that …nothing, except by prayer…FIRST and FOREMOST! Prayer is the guiding force behind every decision, sermon, song, outreach, theme, etc. at Victory. We have a team of mighty intercessors at Victory who are willing to lead weekly and daily prayer sessions in our beautiful prayer room that is 365/24/7 access by way of a keyless entry with a specific code. If … more