When learning about a new church, it is normal to have questions. While we cannot answer all your questions on our website, we put this list together to help answer at least some of them. If you have additional questions that aren’t addressed here, feel free to reach out to us and we would be happy to talk to you.
Where are services held?
Sunday service is held at our temporary location, the Victorville Holiday Inn, Located at 15494 Palmdale Rd., Victorville, CA 92392.
Sunday service takes place in the meeting room just outside the main hotel entrance. Mid-week life groups are held at various locations. Check the events calendar or inquire at the information table for life group locations.
Sunday Service starts promptly at 9:30 am.
Our Life Groups page will have the most update information for life group days and times.
Will I be welcome here?
Yes! Yes! Yes! We cannot stress it enough. You are welcome here just as you are. From the front door to the back and everywhere you go, Victory Christian Center welcomes you! Come as you are: dressed in casual attire and/or in high fashion. We just want you here!
None of us are perfect and we don’t expect anyone else to be. We want to help you grow closer to God and to lead you to your personal savior Jesus Christ.
What can I expect on my first visit?
Warm smiling faces will greet you. If you arrive a few minutes early you will have time to grab a complimentary cup of coffee and many of our church members will introduce themselves and welcome you to our chruch.
We typically begin service with Worship which is lead by our praise team. We are a lively church celebrating Jesus, so expect singing, clapping and even some dancing during worship.
After worship we give our tithe and offering and update the church on any activities or events taking place. This is followed by the message of the Word of God being given by Pastor Al Zorn (or occasionally a guest minister). After the message, the Pastor will have an alter call for anyone who would like to accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. You will not be forced or pressured to go to the alter.
After the service is over, which typically lasts until 11:30, we spend some time in fellowship and just saying hello and catching up.
We have a saying at Victory Christian Center: Guests once, Family for life.