Attention Victory family!
In conjunction with the most recent changes by the CDC along with the advice of our Medical Advisory Team here at Victory, please be mindful that effective immediately, facial masks will now be optional while inside Victory facilities. For those who are immune compromised we recommend that you wear a mask while inside the facilities. For anyone that would be more comfortable continuing to wear a mask, we absolutely encourage you to do so. Everyone should make an individual decision based on comfort level and this is encouraged and supported by all. Please be aware, that beginning April 3rd, our Greeters and Ushers will begin seating everyone in each row with one seats in between each family.
**Please note we have two Sunday Service times of 9:00AM and 11:30AM and "Wedneday Night Live" Online at 7:00PM Every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wedneday and "Wednsday Night All The Way Live In-Service Every 4th Wednesday
Please keep the following things in mind as you decide if you will attend in person or if you will watch the service virtually:
- If you have any cold or flu-like symptoms or a fever, please do not attend in-person service but watch online instead.
- We are excited to begin offering Children's Ministry in April with limited capacity, for those not able to get in we are still providing packets for children in the sanctuary!
- If you are at risk in any way, you may want to join us virtually. You can Log-on via Facebook at Facebook.com/VictoryInChrist.cc or YouTube at YouTube.com/VictoryInChristChristianCenter
We are honored if you choose to Regather with us!
Please know that your attendance is recognized by us as your act of faith. We have taken every precaution mandated by Federal, State and Local authorities required in response to COVID-19.
Even with the necessary precautions, experts have advised that persons attending church services might place themselves at increased risk of being exposed to COVID-19. With this information, you are making your decision to worship freely and voluntarily with the knowledge of the increased risk.
Bishop John & Pastor Isha Edmondson