The Married Life ministry focuses on premarried and marriage classes designed to provide a biblically grounded foundation for marriage. Whether you are in a committed relationship and considering marriage, married (and just want to take your relationship to the next level) or if your marriage is stuck and struggling, the Married Life ministry is designed to help you live out a lasting Christ-centered relationship.
Married Life is a unique place where couples can experience worship, life changing testimonies, practical teaching and small groups with a single purpose in mind, to help you experience the individual growth necessary for a healthy marriage.
When & Where
Our next Married Life class begins on Sunday, February 12th during the 9am or 11am service.
We meet in the youth and children building, Classroom A (3015 Pucketts Mill Rd, Buford GA 30519).
Please Note: Classes are held twice a year starting in February and August.
Childcare will be provided during class. Please have your child(ren) dropped off at their appropriate classes before class begins.
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Please note: Registration is required.
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PreMarried Life, Victory World Church’s premarital ministry, offers a 6-week premarital class designed to give seriously dating and engaged couples a unique opportunity to learn, seek wisdom, and receive counsel about marriage in a safe, fun, challenging and authentic environment.
The PreMarried Life classes help to prepare couples for marriage by addressing common challenges in marriage from a biblical perspective. Couples will be placed in a group with a mentor couple and 2-3 other participating couples throughout the class.
This course includes a workbook for each participant with scripture references for topics covered as well as homework for each session.
Please Note: This class is a prelude to Premarital Counseling and Planning a Wedding at Victory.
WHEN & WHERE
Spring session begins on Feb 19, 2017 and go through March 26th.
Sessions are 6-weeks long and runs every Sunday evening from 6:00-8:00pm. This course includes a workbook for each participant with scripture references for topics covered as well as homework for each class.
We meet at the Norcross campus in the middle school building, Auditorium (5985 Financial Drive, Norcross, GA 30071).
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Planning a Wedding?
Couples interested in utilizing Victory World Church and/or requesting to be married by a Victory Pastor must meet the following requirements:
- Both persons must be active members of Victory World Church.
- Complete the PreMarried Life premarital class.
- Submit a request for premarital counseling.
- Complete up to four Premarital Counseling sessions with a VWC Staff Pastor.
- Receive a recommendation to be married by a VWC Staff Pastor.
- Schedule a wedding date.
- Please Note: We at Victory can not perform a wedding if both people are living together. Per the statement of faith we do not endorse cohabitation.
After scheduling your wedding date, you will then have the opportunity to work with a VWC Wedding Coordinator, who will assist you with planning your wedding at VWC.
If you choose to have a Victory Pastor officiate your ceremony, either on or off Victory’s campus, it is recommended that you set your wedding date AFTER meeting the above mentioned requirements. This will ensure a marriage that aligns with the vision here at Victory of Building Families.
If you have met all of the above requirements, please proceed to request further information regarding your wedding planning at Victory World Church.
Wedding officiating and use of facilities are determined on a first-come/first-served basis and are coordinated through our Married Life ministry. Please note: both persons must be active members of Victory World Church.
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