On behalf of the people of Feast of Victory, I welcome you to our website. Maybe you are just "surfing." Maybe a friend or relative sent you to our site. Maybe you are looking for a church home. Maybe this is just a safe way for you to find out some information about us. Or maybe you are searching for a relationship with the God who already loves you beyond anything you could ever possilbly imagine.
Regardless of the reason, we are thankful you are among us in this way. Feast of Victory offers a variety of worship services. For information on our worship schedule and our weekly offering of Holy Communion, roll your cursor over "Worship" on the menu to the left side of this page and click on the sub-menu item of interest.
Would you like to know more about us - what we are about, what drives us or what we deem essential for our life together? If so, roll your cursor over "About Us" on the menu to the left side and read about our Vision, our Marks of Discipleship, our Purpose Statement and Core Ministry Values. Or, you might wish to read the sermons that were preached recently to learn a little more about us. They are here for you to read or print out if you'd like to read them later. You'll find these by rolling your cursor over "Sermons" on the menu to the left.
You should also know that our beloved Pastor of almost 25 years, The Rev. James Helman, has retired and we are currently in a time of transition. We will soon have an interim pastor who will guide us as we discern Godís will in calling a new pastor. The foregoing all provides useful information to get you started. What you won't find here, however, is people. You won't really get to know Feast of Victory unless you have the opportunity to get to know the great people who make up the church called "Feast" and who continue to be disciples of Christ throughout this period of growth and change.
Then you will really know what we are about - people who are witnesses in words and deeds to the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus; people who love the Lord because they know they are loved by the Lord. In other words ... really neat people.