Care at Victory
We all experience challenging circumstances, relational pain or transitional seasons – how we respond during these times has a direct impact on our futures. This page provides a network of ministries, helpful resources, trained volunteers and professional counselors to help you move forward.
While our offices are currently closed to the public, there are many resources available within our community. The following organizations and ministries specialize in helping to meet specific needs. Click here to contact Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services, or call the Gwinnett Helpline at 770.995.3339. Click here or call 770.271.9793 to contact North Gwinnett Co-op for for emergency housing, food, clothing, or financial assistance. If you are a Victory Member, click here. You may also text HELP to 203040. Download our Community Resource Guide here.
We want to help everyone and are able to help members or regular attenders of Victory who are in need of temporary financial assistance.
It’s important for us to continually grow in our relationship with Jesus. We’ve provided resources to help you stay connected and go to the next level.
Forward is a discipleship class that will help you move beyond the limitations of your past into wholeness, healthy thinking, and a greater understanding of Jesus and His purpose for your life.
We have created a path of next steps that will help you move from a believer to a fully committed disciple of Jesus! This is a recommendation from our pastoral team on the best way to go deeper with Christ.
Sign up to receive 7 days of encouragement from our pastors via email, along with a digital copy of our New Believers book. You can also text NEWFAITH to 77453 to subscribe via text.
We also have Care Groups to provide deeper encouragement in some of the circumstances you may find yourself.
We will guide you to understand God’s design for sexuality, the underlying reasons why you struggle with sexual brokenness, and how the grace and truth of Jesus can be applied to your struggles. Our goal is to journey with you into total restoration so that you can experience the fullness of relational wholeness.
We understand that everyone needs support in various life seasons, and we’re honored to help.
Are you, or someone you know, homebound, in the hospital or in need of a visit from our prayer team? Please complete the visitation form.
If you don’t need a visit from our team but would like our pastors and staff to partner with you in prayer, please complete the prayer request form.
We were not made to go through challenging circumstances alone. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey with God, we want to offer you God’s truth through Biblical guidance.
If you are in need of someone to talk to we have trained Care Ministers (couples, men and women) who are available after every service to meet with you one-on-one. During your time with them, you will have the opportunity to share your story, be encouraged with truth and receive help to determine a healthy next step. We all need a safe person to talk to and a Care Minister can be that for you.
Finding a counselor can often be an overwhelming task. Our counseling referral staff would like to help you determine which professionals would be best for your circumstances. Complete the confidential request below and our staff will send you a list of counselors that best fit your needs. Please allow five business days to process your request.
Occasionally a Pastoral recommendation is needed. Our team of experienced pastors are available to share a biblical perspective with you and offer practical next steps guidance and encouragement. Victory also utilizes professional counselors and referral services to address your counseling needs. See Professional Counseling for more information.
If you’re experiencing depression or anxiety, we want to hear from you. Click here to say something or learn how we can help. Emergencies should be directed to 911 or GA Crisis Access line 800.715.4225.