connect. we connect by serving


connect creates incredible experiences and relationships for everyone through opportunities to serve by volunteering. Whether it’s helping guests find a great parking spot, holding an infant, operating stage lights, or anything in between, our connectteams are here to show the love of Christ to the people of Victory Church.

Victory Kids


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Areas where you can serve.


welcome host
setup team
babies and toddlers
classroom teachers
classroom assistant
children’s worship team

Victory Students


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Areas where you can serve.


service support
worship team
live production

Worship & Creative Arts


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Areas where you can serve.


worship team
live production
photography
videography

Hospitality


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Areas where you can serve.


outside wavers
parking lot hosts
sidewalk hosts
building door hosts
guest hosts
auditorium door hosts
auditorium hosts
information center

Service Support


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Areas where you can serve.


victory cafe
custodial/facilities
connect lounge
communion

Additional Opportunities


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Areas where you can serve.


medical responder
discipleship leader
altar prayer team
office support
security

Some of these opportunities may require additional screening, training, and experience.

REGISTER

attend connect training workshop


step one

Background Check

fill out a background check release


step two

spiritual gifts

take a spiritual gifts test


step three

The connecttraining workshop is designed to include the vision of our church, the culture we’re creating and why serving is so important in our Christian lives. We’ll help you understand the purpose and values of “Connect” at Victory Church, give you tools and resources to discover what your sweet spot is for serving, and help prepare you to serve well. It is said that life is found in giving life away. Jesus said it this way: ”…And whoever desires to be first among you, let him be your slave – just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” Matthew 20:27-28