Royal Oak Victory Church is a place where you will experience real people, in a friendly atmosphere, who are passionate about finding God’s best for their lives. Feel free to browse our website, join us for one of our Sunday services, or drop us a line if you have any questions. We’re really glad that you are here!
When visiting us at Royal Oak Victory Church, we hope that you will give us an opportunity to show you the warm hospitality that makes our church such a special place. As a guest, you will enjoy our casual and relaxed environment as we celebrate what Jesus has done and continues to do in our lives. With a mixture of contemporary music, inspiring media, and relevant teaching, we work together to see that everyone comes to a greater understanding of God and His desire for us to live an abundant and fulfilling life.
We believe that everyone should be Devoted to God, Connected to Others, and Influencing our World and we do this through our Core Values and our Core Beliefs. These act like a compass and help guide us in everything we do as a Church. Our Core Values bring clarity to the things that matter most to us and they help us stay focused on the unique call God has given us as a local Church. Our Core Beliefs describe our theological position on key aspects of faith, practice beliefs. [Read more....]
We are simply a group of real people living real lives. This means that through the ups and downs, struggles and victories we strive to be open and honest about exactly where we are. Our goal is that our church services, relationships and our entire lives are characterized by sincerity and authenticity.
We recognize that life has a way of wearing us down and stealing our Joy - that's why we work hard at being a place that lifts your spirit and brings a sense of Joy and optimism back into your life. We firmly believe that in following Christ we are following a Person of tremendous Joy and that His will for us is to be a people who enjoy life and live it to the fullest. Through the good times and the bad our goal as a church is to be a beacon of light to all those who attend.
The church is not a building or an institution. But rather it is a community of people who have committed themselves to Christ and one another. We are simply a family of people from different backgrounds, and different places, all on a common journey towards a deeper relationship with Christ and with one another. We believe that God infinitely loves people, that people matter deeply to Him, and therefore people ought to matter to us.
Becoming all that God created us to be is one of the most rewarding and encouraging experiences that life has to offer. We are striving to help each individual discover his or her full potential. We value growth and transformation even though it often means tremendous pain and discomfort. Our goal is to become like Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit.
We exist for God. He is the beginning and the end of all things. We believe that it is only as we live in a loving relationship with Him doing all things for His glory that we will find true meaning and fulfillment in life. Our desire is to know God, and to help others do the same.
Led by one or two individuals, these groups consist of small groups of people who meet together in a home, coffee shop, park, at the church, really anywhere, on a regular basis. There are groups for every demographic and every interest. Whether it is studying the Bible together, learning how to cook, playing sports, serving the community or any other area of common passion, the small groups at ROVC are the place to experience community and to grow spiritually.
At ROVC, we run two types of groups. The first are our Ongoing Groups that meet throughout the year and are often focused on Bible study, prayer, and deeper reflection of the Sunday messages. The second are our Term Groups. These groups are generally focused on a topic, theme or general interest, and run for a specific length of time with an established start and end date. The Fall term begins in October and the Spring term begins in March. If you are new to ROVC, term groups are a great opportunity to connect with others in the church that have the same interests and passions you have.
Sundays @ 9am & 11am
450 Royal Oak Drive NW,
Sundays @ 9am & 11am
450 Royal Oak Drive NW,