Welcome to Mt. Victory Baptist Church

    Mt. Victory Baptist Church started on October 2, 2016. We are excited to see how God is already blessing, and we are looking forward to what He will do with His church in the future. Though many things compete for our time during the week, there is no better place to be on a Sunday than in the house of God. Our goal is to meet your spiritual needs through God’s Word. That is why we preach and teach the Word of God at our church. Our prayer is for you to know Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour. No other decision is more important than where you will spend eternity. Though you may come in as a visitor, we want you to leave as a friend. For service times and directions click here. If you do not find the information you are looking for by browsing our website, then please contact Pastor Boots here. We look forward to serving you, and we know you will enjoy your time at Mt. Victory Baptist Church.

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To Seek & To Save

     The great heart of Jesus Christ centered around showing people how they could make it to Heaven. In fact, according to Luke 19:10, that was the reason for Jesus’ birth, life, death, and resurrection. If the sole reason for His coming was to seek out and win souls, then how much more important it must be for us, as His disciples, to bring men to Jesus Christ as well.  This year, our theme centers around the important responsibility that we have to seek for those who are lost and to show them how they, too, can know for sure that they are going to Heaven when they die. If our purpose on this earth were only to get saved, then God would have taken us Home the moment we accepted Him as Saviour. The reason He doesn’t do that is because He has given us the commission to bring as many people with us to Heaven as we can. This year, our focus is “to seek and to save that which was lost.” If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Boots here.

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Philippians Study

     The Book of Philippians is Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi. It is known as the “Joy Epistle,” and for good reason. Paul was sitting in prison, in what were probably not good conditions in the middle of what were very uncertain circumstances, yet from the pen of Paul flows a tremendous outpouring of joy. Over and over in this short book, Paul mentions “joy” or “rejoicing.” Paul gave them a lot to rejoice about, and they are things that we can still enjoy in Christ today. Would you please make plans to join us on Sunday at 6 PM for our evening service? There is so much to discover in this amazing book, and we would hate for you to miss it!  If you have any questions or concerns please contact Pastor Boots here.

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