Investing in today's generation.


Helping teens and young adults live a life of Victory. 

Sunday School

Victory Baptist offers Sunday School classs for middle school, high school, and college students.

Midweek Worship

Every Wednesday Victory Students meet for a time of worship, fellowship, and Bible study.


Various discipleship classes are available to help students grow in their faith and to be equipped for ministry.

Missions & Serving

Victory Students serve in the church in many ways and are also involved in bringing the Gospel to the world.

Sundays at 9:45 a.m.

Sunday School

Join us every Sunday morning for Sunday School! Each week, at 9:45 AM our youth (6th-12th grade) gather in the youth suite for some hang time before splitting up into small groups and diving into God’s Word under the direction of one of our amazing adult teachers. We are excited to invest in our youth and pour into the lives of the Christian leaders of the next generation!

Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.

Midweek Worship

We invite all youth (6th-12th grade) to join us in the youth suite for a much-needed midweek boost of worship and the Word. During our time together, we crank things up with some hang time and silly games, followed by great worship and then opening the Word to see what God is challenging us to do in our homes, schools and community.

Growing in Jesus


A vital part of Jesus’ Great Commission to His followers in Matthew 28 is discipleship. Once people have heard the Good News and received Christ as Savior and Lord, the Church is called to disciple them! In our youth ministry, we take that call very seriously and seek to train up the next generation to know God’s Word, to stand on God’s Word and to share God’s Word.

Beyond our discipleship offerings on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights there are several opportunities for students to connect with trained discipleship mentors and discipleship classes that will help them advance in their Christian growth.

The hands and feet of Jesus

Missions and Serving

Throughout the year, our students are challenged to meet the needs of our neighbors locally, nationally, and internationally through mission trips and community service opportunities. The primary purpose of these projects is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ so that many will come to know Him. Past projects include:

Locally: Compassionate Hands (homeless ministry), Joseph’s Storehouse, back yard Bible clubs, Nashville Rescue Mission

Nationally: Valdosta, Georgia; Cedarville, Ohio; Asheville, North Carolina

Internationally: Tegucigalpa, Honduras

There are more opportunities to come. Stay tuned!