Victory Family, we want to assure you that we are carefully monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation and are following CDC and local government guidelines for all of our campuses and facilities. We will continue to act proactively to ensure the health and safety of our community. As a church, we want to remind you that we do not react out of fear but will respond with wisdom.
At this time, we feel it is in everyone’s best interest to limit public attendance and encourage everyone to attend our services online. You can join us Saturday at 5pm, Sunday at 9am and 11am, and Wednesdays at 7pm for services filled with faith, healing, and hope! A live online pastor will be available to talk and pray with you. You will also have the opportunity to give. We will be working closely with local health authorities to determine when it is safe to resume public attendance. Please continue to regularly check our social media and website for any updates in the days to come.
Here’s how you can access our livestream:
We will rise as a church during this time and continue to love God and love people. We will encourage each other, give faithfully and share Jesus with those in our community who do not know Him. IF you are healthy and feel comfortable, we will provide opportunities to serve our neighbors and community and BE the church.
We are a generous church and because of that we are able to help people in this time of need. Whether that is handing out groceries at The Dream Center or packets for our kids in VictoryKids, delivering supplies to elderly or families in need, or assisting people who are in financial need, we are able to do that because of your continued faithful giving.
Here’s how you can give:
TEXT TO GIVE
Text “Victory + Amount” to 28950
Example: “Victory 20”
MAIL TO VICTORY/DROP OFF AT VICTORY
7700 South Lewis Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74136
Prayer is powerful and it changes things! We encourage all of us to pray in faith (not fear) for peace, healing, containment of the virus and wisdom for those who are working on solutions. We know that our hope and healing come from Jesus and we continue to trust in His promises. Click here for 33 Scriptures that you can post and study as a constant reminder for you and your family.
Let’s continue to pray and do our part to take precautions as we walk through this together!