How to Help

As we walk through the continually changing effects of coronavirus (COVID-19), many of you have asked, “How can I help?” In times such as these, our greatest opportunity is to love and support our neighbors—to be the hands and feet of Jesus. We have multiple ways for you to do just that!


Our local co-ops would like our help to meet the immediate needs of the communities they serve. That’s where you come in! The list of needed goods is below.


Canned fruit
Canned chicken
Pasta sauce
Mixed vegetables
Peanut butter
Boxed cereal

Personal Care



Functional iPads and laptops (for children’s in-home education)

Drop-Off Locations

Sundays – Wednesdays

Victory Norcross, Main Parking Lot
5905 Brook Hollow Pkwy, Norcross, GA 30071

Victory Hamilton Mill, Parking Lot
3015 Pucketts Mill Rd, Buford, GA 30519

Globally: Spread the word / meet needs

We want to tell the world that there is hope. Spread the word about available ministry, and share access to resources online. Let’s love on others. If you’re not local you can google your local co-op or resource center and see how you can contribute to the needs right around you. Be the church!

Share Online

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Give Online

Your financial gift enables us to respond to crises and disasters like we are facing now with COVID-19. Let’s make a significant impact in the lives of the needy and the broken. Our Heart of the House fund allows for us to respond in seasons like these with speed and effectiveness. The generosity of the church pushes our care for the community and world forward. It also enables us to support local-co-ops and families with direct needs.



• Ask if neighbors need prayer or supplies, serve them
• Any time you shop, ask neighbors if they need anything
• Check on your elderly and shut-in neighbors 2-3 times a week
• Pick up the phone and call people
• Set up virtual tutoring program to help students
• Create smaller Facebook groups for encouraging
• Send care packets or encouragement (if possible) to those with COVID-19
• Say “thank you” to anyone you see serving
• Host helpful webinars with local leaders, use your gifts and talents