Welcome to Victory
Victory World Church
Welcome to Victory! We are one church family in multiple locations. You’re currently viewing our Hamilton Mill campus information, and we also have campuses in Norcross and in Midtown. We were made for community. You don’t have to do life alone because we’re here to do it with you. Come find where you belong at one of our three locations across the Atlanta area!
Victory Hamilton Mill (VHM) was launched in August of 2010. Pastors Dennis & Colleen Rouse are the Victory senior pastors with Johnson & Summer Bowie as the on-site lead pastors. Today, VHM welcomes over 1,500 people in our weekend services.
We’re all about celebrating Jesus! Every weekend we worship Him together with a live band in an energetic and intimate atmosphere. Then we jump into dynamic and practical teaching of the Word that you can clearly understand and apply in your day-to-day life. We’re a church of more than 100 different nationalities, a wide range of ages, singles, married couples, families and people from all different church backgrounds. We celebrate this diversity and encourage you to dress comfortably.
We have three identical services that last for approximately an hour and twenty minutes each weekend. Give yourself at least 20-30 minutes before service to park, get your bearings around campus and take your children (if you have them) to their ministry areas. We also broadcast each Norcross service online at live.victoryatl.com.
Sundays | 9am, 11am & 1pmMore Info
Bring Your Family
Building Family is one of the foundational pillars of Victory. We provide age appropriate atmospheres for everyone in your family to enjoy worshipping the Lord and learning through His Word.
Nursery & Preschool
From birth to 5 years, children in our Nursery & Preschool rooms are treated to lots of creativity and fun with trained, caring VicKids volunteers.
Our kindergarten through 5th grade students are in our big kids Chapel room where there is a live engaging teacher, small group discussions, and a live student band leading them in singing.
The City is our weekend gathering for 6th – 8th grade students. It’s a place where Middle School students can be themselves and learn about God in a way that’s relevant to where they are in life. Sundays at 11am and 1pm.
The Capitol is our weekly gathering for 9th – 12th grade students. It’s a place where students can connect with God, other students and committed leaders who are dedicated to seeing young people grow closer to God. Whether it’s through worship, special events, relevant teaching, or small groups, our goal is to simply engage the youth culture to encounter Jesus. Wednesday, 7:30pm
What We’re About
First and foremost, we’re about Jesus. We’re about modeling our lives after His — something called “Discipleship.” In fact, this is so important to us that our senior pastor, Dennis Rouse, has written a book called 10 Qualities of a Disciple. And we’re about Jesus’ last instruction to the church, “to go into the world and make disciples.” For us, this is where the rubber meets the road. God has called us to four expressions of making disciples:
God designed family as the primary place where faith is nurtured. We’re dedicated to helping you build strong loving relationships, and have areas of ministry available for people in various stages of life.
As followers of Jesus, we are called to be the tangible expression of His compassion and love in the world around us. We continually host local outreaches and support the efforts of ministries in our community.
We celebrate diversity! Victory is made up of more than 100 different nationalities, a wide range of ages, singles, married couples, families and people from a variety of church backgrounds.
We’re committed to reaching beyond the four walls and into the needs of our nation and the world. Every year we send dozens of teams on overseas missions trips, and we regularly give more than 20% of our budget to causes both locally and abroad.
Making friends, becoming disciples
You weren’t meant to walk through this life on your own; life should be shared. When you have something great to celebrate, you need community. When you’re going through something tough, you need community. As you grow in your relationship with Jesus and learn how to be a disciple, you need community.