We are looking for leaders to say “Yes” to the next generation

Our goal at Victory Youth to connect students to God, each other, and their communities.  That doesn’t happen on its own –  Our amazing leaders help show the love of Jesus to students every week.  There is a place for you here, and there are so many ways you can leadsay-yes-logo:

  • LifeGroup leader
  • Media Team
  • Security
  • Connections team
  • Game Guru
  • Worship Arts
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Host/EmCee

 

 

To find out more about these opportunities for service, you can fill out this form and mark your area(s) of interest. One of our ministry leaders will get back to you as soon as possible.  Our process for volunteers joining the team includes

1) a TestDrive (serving a Sunday with one of our Coaches and reflecting on your experience)

2) a short application with background checks

3) a welcome orientation.  If our team is the right fit for you, we provide training and coaching within your new team.

Current 6.8 Series

6.8 Series – Strength in Numbers

 

Who are the people you enjoy hanging out with most? Your friends, right? They laugh at your jokes, reply to your Snapchats, invite you to the movies, and hang out with you, even when you smell bad or show off your terrible dance moves. And whether you have a huge group of friends or just one BFF, they can have a huge impact on who you are now and who you become later. Our group can sway us toward good decisions . . . or bad ones. There’s a lot of influence in who we hang out with, including our friends and people we look to for guidance. And there can be a lot of pain when a friendship ends. Perhaps that’s why the Bible has so much to say about these topics. As we look to the Bible for advice, we’ll discover how we should choose our friends and mentors, and how we should handle those friendships that fade over time.

Next 6.8 Series

Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM for Youth and parents

Our Victory Youth 6.8 LifeGroups (for students in grades 6-8) meet during both services 

All Access

Have you ever been to a concert? Maybe you had tickets for great seats. Maybe you were in the nosebleeds. Either way, you probably noticed that everyone had the same goal in mind, to get as close as possible. There’s just something about being near the band or near the artist that makes a great concert even more fun. But there’s a limit, right? No matter how good your tickets are, you can only get so close. There’s a velvet rope you can’t cross, a hall you can’t walk down, or a security guard you can’t stroll right past because those areas are reserved for certain people . . . special people— people with an all-access pass. Maybe you’ve felt the same way when it comes to God. Sure, you come to church and sing songs or listen, but there’s a limit to how close you can get. It’s almost like there’s a velvet rope around certain parts of our faith that tells us those parts are restricted to special people, to church-staff people, or to super-spiritual people. But what if that’s never what God intended? In this series we’ll explore what the Resurrection of Jesus really meant—
for real people like us. And, we’ll discover that, because of Easter, we have an all-access pass to Him and to the life He has for us.

Current Series: No Strings

This series is full of simple but powerful illustrations to help students have daily reminders of their commitment to offer their sexuality to Jesus. This series covers God’s intentions for sexuality and relationship. It covers general gender differences in the context of relationships. It also digs into the impact that being sexual inside and outside the boundaries of a marriage relationship will have on that relationship.

Week 1: Boyfriends and Girlfriends

Week 2: Pornography

Week 3: Doing IT

Week 4: Open forum

Next Series: One Charge

 In this series we see that God does not only save us; He also sends us out to rule on His behalf. This is our one charge. The same God who lives in close relationship to us through covenant also calls us to the responsibility of representing Him by exercising the Kingdom authority and power He gives us. We are charged to be ambassadors and emissaries who represent our King in the world. And as we live out this one charge by being in charge thanks to God’s authority and power, we will see God’s Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.

Upcoming Events

WHAT IS YOUTH CONVENTION?
YOUTH CONVENTION IS A TIME WHERE THOUSANDS OF TEENAGERS COME TOGETHER TO WORSHIP AND HEAR A POWERFUL AND RELEVANT PRESENTATION OF THE GOSPEL! EVERY YEAR, WE JOIN TOGETHER IN HERSHEY, PENNSYLVANIA THE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BEFORE EASTER TO CELEBRATE! JOIN US THIS YEAR!
THIS YEAR: APRIL 13-15, 2017
HERSHEY GIANT CENTER (550 HERSHEYPARK DR, HERSHEY, PA 17033)

WHY “IS IT’S TIME”?
TIME IS THE WORLD’S CURRENCY, AS EACH MINUTE TICKS AWAY, WE ARE CLOSER TO THE END OF OUR LIVES. WHAT ARE YOUR STUDENTS DOING WITH THE TIME THEY’VE BEEN GIVEN? IT’S TIME TO SEE RADICAL CHANGE IN HOW EACH OF US CHOOSE TO SPEND THE CURRENCY OF TIME. IT’S TIME FOR LEADERS AND STUDENTS TO GATHER, WORSHIP, AND SURRENDER THEIR LIVES TO JESUS. IT’S TIME FOR THE BEST CONVENTION EVER!
JUST AS ESTHER WAS ENCOURAGED THAT SHE WAS PLACED IN HER POSITION “FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS,” IT’S TIME FOR STUDENTS TO BE SAVED, HEALED, FILLED WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT, AND CALLED TO MINISTRY! WHAT BETTER PLACE THAN IN HERSHEY, PA ON APRIL 13TH – 16TH !
LAST YEAR, SEVERAL LEADERS COMMENTED THAT THEY LOVE YOUTH CONVENTION BECAUSE THEIR STUDENTS ARE “IMPACTED BY THE MOVE OF GOD.” WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS WEEKEND BECAUSE IT’S THE CELEBRATION OF THE WEEKEND THAT JESUS DIED TO SAVE US AND ROSE AGAIN TO GIVE US VICTORY OVER SIN AND DEATH! HE DIDN’T WASTE TIME IN CALLING US OUT OF DARKNESS AND INTO THE LIGHT. THE TIME IS NOW TO SEE THIS GENERATION RADICALLY GIVING, SERVING, LOVING, AND SURRENDERING TO JESUS. IT’S TIME

The Cost is $160 (Due April 5th) – With a $60 deposit due March 22nd.  Follow the link below to make your payment

http://<a href=”https://victorychurchphilly.ccbchurch.com/form_response.php?id=372″ target=”_blank”>2017 District Youth Convention</a>