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Welcome to Victory
How to get involved

On this page you'll find out more about how to get connected with church life. There are many places to get connected and involved. Active involvement is one of the best ways to meet people, develop relationships and grow as a follower of Christ.

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Small groups

Our mid-week small groups are a great way to meet people, develop relationships and grow as followers of Christ. Groups meet on different days and times during the week. We have Bible study and prayer groups as well as activity based groups. There's something for everyone to connect and meet other people.

Preschoolers to teenagers
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Toddler hop

A parents & toddlers music and movement play group for the community. Lots of fun, food and friendships.

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ICONZ

Is a Christian values-based programme that is fun and action packed while teaching the kids life skills and leadership.

Youth COTF
Youth

Learn how to apply your faith, as a developing adult, in a safe and social peer group environment for student age youth. 

Men of Victory
For Men

Build camaraderie with other men of victory. Join a working bee, play in our church soccer game and catch our regular guest ministry events.

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For Women

We build relationship through coffee catch ups, morning prayer groups, event serving and dedicated women's events throughout the year.

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Serving in the church

Our Sunday Church meetings are like an 'event' that is made possible by our wonderful volunteers.   There's a place for everyone to get involved, welcome teams, tech/sound/lighting/cameras, musicians, kids programmes, cafe/hospitality and more.

Working in teams is a great way to quickly get to know others and to feel like you are part of the VICTORY family.

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Serving our community

We are purposeful about reaching people for Christ. We encourage our church people to be actively involved in evangelism. There are many ways to do this that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be an evangelist!