We're a community of passionate, loving people who believe that church should be fun, and that life with God is full of adventure. None of us are perfect, and we don't expect you to be, either. We like good music and believe God likes it, too. We believe the Bible is fully relevant to our daily lives, so the messages we preach don't flinch at bringing the truth in an engaging way, while also providing practical steps to walk it out in real life.
We have services in Spokane Valley which are held Sundays at 9 AM & 11 AM, and one service in North Spokane at 10 AM. Each service lasts about ninety minutes. Get directions here.
В воскресенье 11:00 предоставляется перевод на русский язык. Спросите у любого работника помочь получить переводчик. (Russian translation is available during Sunday's 11 AM Service. Ask an usher to help you check out a translation device.)
God's presence is one of our greatest values, so we love to take our time with worship. Our goal is to create an atmosphere where our hearts are opened to the Lord and His work in our lives. Our music is contemporary, and not only do we like it—we tend to think God likes it, too, because He keeps showing up.
Our preaching team is committed to communicating the Word of God in a way that is accurate, engaging, and relevant to your daily life. Whether you've been walking with the Lord for forty years or it's your first time in church, there's something for you at Victory Faith.
Victory Kids Childcare is available every service for 6-month-olds through 6th Graders. Classrooms and lessons are individualized for each age group. Here are a few things for you to know when you bring your kids:
You can check your children in when you arrive, but some of the older age groups do not go to their classes until after worship. Check-in is quick and easy, and a Victory Kids volunteer will help guide you through the process. You'll need to enter basic information for each child, as well as any medical or allergy information. Each child is given a sticker with their name, an assigned number, and allergy information printed on it, as well as any special instructions you need to leave for the teachers. You will be given a receipt which you'll need to pick your children up after service. After you register your children the first time, you'll be given a key tag to make future check-ins a snap.
The safety and security of your child is our top priority. Because of this, only volunteers who have had background checks are allowed in the classrooms.
When you check your children in, you can leave your cell number so our team can text you if you're needed for any reason. If you don't have a cell number, we use a call number system that will alert you if you're needed.
For any mother needed some privacy with their infant, there is a nursing mothers lounge with a television feed of the service so you don't have to miss out while your take care of your baby.
Come a little early or stay a little late to enjoy some of the region's finest locally-roasted coffee. We have a full menu of espresso drinks and blended beverages available before and after each service.
But really, we want you to feel comfortable. It's not uncommon to see people wearing jeans and a casual shirt (or shorts, sandals, and a tee shirt in summer), while others still like to put on their "Sunday best."
While you're welcome to donate, we don't expect a first-time guest to put money in the offering. You will hear a brief teaching about giving, but there's absolutely no pressure to donate. If you do choose to give, you have the option to give by check or cash at our main services, or online via PayPal.
Safety is our top priority when we hold a public meeting, so we hire an off-duty law enforcement officer to be present whenever we hold a main service.