TOP TEN FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
1. What denomination are you?
We are a non-denominational, Bible-believing, Spirit-filled, family church. Even though Pastor Tim is ordained with and a member of the Association of Faith Churches and Ministries (AFCM), Victory Christian Fellowship is non-denominational. People from any background are welcome. No one has to belong to a certain denomination.
2. What is unique or special about Victory Christian Fellowship?
Our special emphasis is on appropriating the victorious, overcoming Christian life that Jesus came to give (see John 10:10). We believe, and teach, that Christians can, and should, be overcomers in this life and experience the love, and power, of God working in their personal lives, marriages, families, finances and work. Many have testified to experiencing new peace, freedom, joy and coming "out of religion, into relationship!"
3. Will I have to stand up in front of people?
No. Visitors are welcomed and greeted, but not singled out or made to feel uncomfortable in any way.
4. Do I have to dress up?
Casual, semi-casual and dressy are all accepted. People come all three ways. "Man looks on the outward appearance, but God looks on the heart." (I Samuel 16:7).
5. What is your worship like?
Worship is contemporary with some of the older hymns and songs as well. Words to the songs appear on the large Media Shout screen so that people are free to worship.
6. How can I get a copy of the sermon?
The messages are made available on both CD and cassette tape in the Bookstore immediately after the services.
7. What is available for my children?
Children's ministry is available in all services. Nursery, Pre-school, Children's and Jr. High/High School classes and worship are all offered. Many young people/ children comment on how much they enjoy the teachers and classes and how much fun church is!
8. Will they be asking for money?
No heavy-handed appeals for money are ever made. Free-will tithes and offerings are received on Sunday mornings but no one is ever required or pressured, to give. No offerings are recieved on Wednesday nights, but a basket is available.
9. How long will the church services last?
Usually about an hour and a half to an hour and forty five minutes on Sunday mornings, and a bit shorter on Wednesday nights. This includes time for worship, greeting, announcements, the teaching of the Word, prayer, and closing.
10. Where can I park?
There is ample parking on the north side of the church building, as well as some limited parking on Main Street (south side of the building). Most people park in the north side parking lot. Come and visit us! We'd love to meet you!