Services: Sunday School  10am - Sunday Service 11am - Sunday Evening Service 6pm - Teens For Christ (TFC) - 6pm
A nursery is available during Sunday School and Morning Worship Service for children birth to 2 years
Noah's Ark Church for 3-6 year-olds starts after the Choir is dismissed during the Sunday morning service.

Wednesday Bible Study  
7pm -
AWANA (Children toddler - 8th grade) 6pm - 8pm - Team Victory (Youth) 6pm - 8pm


  
Victory Baptist Church is truly a family, rich in the relationships that matter most.

Growing through worship, service, compassion, and joy, we learn and we reach out to our world with life-transforming truth. We reach out to you, as well. Our doors are open. Our hearts are open, too.

If you’ve been thinking, praying, searching and hoping for a place to belong, we say welcome!


New Sermon Series on Sunday Mornings!

"The Seven Churches of Revelation"

This Sunday, August 30th: 
"The Church Seduced by Jezebel."
Revelation 2:18-29

Next Sunday, September 6th:
"The Church that was Dead and Didn’t Know It."
Revelation 3:1-6


There will be no evening service on Sunday, September 6th due to the Labor Day holiday!
 
August 10th Adult Sunday School Class Community Service Project.


2121 Kingston Hwy
Kingston, Tennessee

(LINK TO DIRECTIONS)

CONTACT US:  (865) 376-6906
lisa.victory@comcast.net

For Service Times & Further Contact Information, click here!

During times of inclement weather, please call the Church office at (865)376-6906 for a recorded announcement on cancellations!

 


Pastor's Points
WHY JOIN A CHURCH?

We live in a flighty and noncommitted age. So few are inclined to find a place to put down roots and make longstanding commitments for the good of Christ and others. Whether you call it “membership,” “partnership,” or something else, the New Testament assumes some form of committed, accountable belonging as a reality for every true follower of Jesus. To be baptized is to become part of a particular local body.

Christ founded the church, provides for the church, and has promised the “Gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” (Mt.16:18) He gave the church the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The NT church had a treasurer (John 12:6; 13:29) and even a business meeting (Acts 1:15-26). He gave the church pastors, deacons, and gifted teachers (Eph. 4:11,12). The Great Commission (Mt.28:19,20) is its marching orders, and, as the great missionary Hudson Taylor said “Is not an option to be considered; it is a command to be obeyed.”

A lone-ranger Christian doesn’t make the best witness for Christ. Joining a church establishes a base from which we can reliably care for others, and formally identifies you as part of the “flock.” Any service’s Invitation is a good time to join.

---Pastor D


ADOPT A MISSIONARY!



Eleven missionary families need
to know that we are partnering with and remembering them.
Would you please adopt a missionary family for a year--praying for, staying in touch with and remembering birthdays and anniversaries with a card?

Prov.25:11 says “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.” A phone call, email, card, or a handwritten letter (remember those?) may be just the thing a weary missionary needs.

To sign up, or for further information, please contact Margie McKloskey at (865)806-9441 or mccloskeymr@hotmail.com.


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After 60 years of ministry to children, research has shown: 93% of Awana “alumni” still attend church weekly or more often. Awana alumni are 3.6 times more likely to read their Bible weekly or more often.

70% of Awana alumni say they witness to their friends at least once a month.

America’s premier ministry to reach and train children:

Awana begins at Victory Baptist THIS WEDNESDAY at 6:00 pm!

Victory Chariots Milestone Reached!
The Victory Chariots Team completed its 200th ride today! (August 10th, 2015)

Victory Chariots has provided transportation to and from doctors, therapists, dentists, clinics, pharmacies, hands of mercy, grocery stores, banks, etc. for 22 elderly persons who had no other means of affordable transportation available to them.
 
Approximately two thirds of the trips are local (Kingston, Harriman, Rockwood) while the remaining trips are to Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Crossville, etc.
 
The team has donated approximately 720 hours of their time and driven approximately 12,000 miles to reach this milestone.  Five to ten rides per week are currently being provided.
 
The following team members have contributed to reaching this 200th ride milestone:
 
Lisa Bostedor
Melanie Brown
Steve Oran
Howard Gerth
Mike Woody
Amber Jacks
 
The ministry is needing additional team members who can provide a ride during the day.
 
God provides a special blessing for those who recognize and provide needed care for His people.