Frequently Asked Questions

What time are services?

Sunday School/Adult Bible Study starts at 9:30 AM and is available for all ages.
Our Sunday Morning Worship service starts at 10:30 AM and the evening service at 6 PM.
We also have a Wednesday evening service/Prayer Meeting at 7:00 PM.

Where is the church located?

We are located at 88 Brand Road in Loganville.  Click here to see a detailed map or get directions.

What should I wear?
When you come to one of our services, you will find people dressed in a wide variety of styles from as casual as jeans, to as formal as suits and dresses.  Of course, all are welcome no matter what the attire, we do ask that people dress modestly, in a way that does not draw attention to themselves. We think that what you wear to church should not detract from the worship experience of others around you. We want all of the attention to go to Jesus Christ.

Where can I park?
We have parking available right in front of our auditorium, as well as around the property.  If you are visiting with us, please park up front.

What are the accommodations for the disabled?
Victory Baptist Church is handicap accessible. Handicap-accessible parking is available near the main entrance.  Our ushers can also assist with any special needs that you may have.

What is available for infants and toddlers?
We have a well-equipped nursery to care for your babies and toddlers from infants up through 2 years old.

What children’s programs are available?
During Sunday School, we have classes for children from birth to 6th grade.
Our 10:30 AM Worship Service, we have a 3 year old Children’s Church, a 4-5 year old Children’s Church, and our main Children’s Church for 1st – 6th grade boys and girls.  On Wednesday nights, we offer Awana for ages 3 and up.

What small groups or Sunday School classes are available?
A variety of small groups and Sunday School classes are available at 9:30 AM. Check the Ministries Page for more information.

What happens when I get to church?

We trust your first visit with us will be a very pleasant one.  While our doors are open to anyone, the safety of our children is extremely important to us, so we ask that all our first time guests register when they arrive at our facilities.  You can register at our Connection Center, located in the foyer of our main auditorium entrance.  There you will be greeted by our friendly volunteers who will either register you personally with their iPads, or assist you to the Connection Center Desk.  Another benefit, especially for those with children, registering at our Connection Center will eliminate the need for the usual “multiple” information exchange at their various classrooms and nurseries.

In addition, if you’re running behind or are one of those who like to plan ahead, we have set up a secure way for you to “pre-register” your visit with us to quicken the onsite process.  You can find that form on our website or by clicking here and via any computer, smart phone or tablet, enter your info. If you do pre-register, just let our volunteers know when you arrive so they can retrieve your information.

What do I do before the service starts?
If you arrive before the service starts, you will notice that our auditorium is filled with plenty of comfortable seats. There are no reserved seats, so you may sit anywhere. Many people will be greeting one another during this time.

What are the services like?
Services generally last about 1 hour and 10 minutes. Our worship services are a time of joyful worship and praise, with a variety of traditional songs provided by our choir and special groups.

How will I know when to stand?
The Pastor or the Music Director will ask the congregation to stand or sit. Generally we stand while singing and during times of public prayer.

How long is the service?
The worship services are usually 1 hour 10 minutes.

What is the pastor’s message like?
Pastor Derik Lawrence gives Bible-based messages lasting 30-45 minutes. His messages are biblical and applicable to our daily lives.

Do you give public invitations at the end of the service?  What are they like?
At the end of his message, Pastor Lawrence invites anyone who does not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ to put their faith in Him. This is also a time for personal prayer with God over changes we may need to make in our lives. Counseling is also available for spiritual needs.

Do I need to donate money when I visit?
Victory Baptist Church does believe giving is a Biblical principle and we do encourage it. However, our guests should not feel under any obligation to participate.