Is childcare provided?
We will offer childcare at church for Equip groups and classes that meet on Wednesday evenings. You can drop your kids off at 6:30pm and must pick them up no later than 8:30pm. Equip groups that meet at other times/days during the week will have to make arrangements for their own childcare.
What types of groups are there?
The main categories for groups are Couples, Women, Men, Young Adults and Seniors. The categories below are broken down by location, meeting day, time, and curriculum.
Why should I join an Equip small group?
We believe in the power of small groups to impact your life, the lives of those around you, and even our community as a whole. We believe you can only go so far on your own. God designed us to be connected to each other so we can continue to grow in every facet of our lives.
When can I join a group?
The best time to join a group is in the weeks leading up to a new semester; however, the Equip sign-ups stay open for the duration of each semester to allow access to groups anytime a semester is underway.
Have an idea for an Equip small group? Want to start your own?
Our Equip small groups don’t just have to be on Wednesday nights. They can be at any time during the week and centered around several different options. Some Equip groups can be based on activities like golf, riding motorcycles, moms that want to meet up after dropping kids off at school and more. The first step is to let us know what you want to do. You can find out what the qualifications for leading a group are listed below.
1.Be a born-again follower of Christ.
2.Regularly attend services at Victory Church.
3.Tithe regularly at Victory Church.
4.Complete the Victory Volunteer application and background check process.
5.Be in complete doctrinal agreement (no exceptions) with Victory Church.
6.Recognize the Bible as the final authority for our lives.
7.Be in full agreement with the Victory Church Equip Purpose.
8.Have the time, emotional capacity, and moral discernment to lead a group.
9.Have the spiritual maturity to create and maintain a safe and confidential environment for the group members.
10.Have a safe and stable home life.