The Story of Victory
Since its early years, the mission of Victory Church has been to help people take a Next Step in their journey of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Victory began in 2000 when Glenn and Linda Eberly took a step of faith and started a church in their own living room. They named it “Victory Church” because they wanted people to experience Victory in their lives, through a relationship with Jesus. As the church grew, it became mobile, meeting in a garage, a fire hall, multiple hotels, and even a local high school. Pastor Curt (PC) and Pam Seaburg became the lead pastors of Victory Church in 2006, bringing with them a continued passion for helping people take Next Steps and a dream for helping people grow in their relationship with Jesus. Victory finally made a home at the Greenfield campus facility in 2007 with around 200 people and it didn’t take long for the Greenfield facility to become outgrown.
PC envisioned what it would be like to have churches in communities where people could know their neighbors and the needs of their community, and the church’s multi-site vision of One Church, Many Communities was born. In 2011, the second Victory Campus opened in Lititz. Since then, Victory has opened several other campuses around Lancaster County and continues to be driven by our mission and vision.
Today, people from all over the county gather at various campuses of Victory Church. We invite you to be a part of our tribe and take a Next Step with us to discover the purpose that God has for your life and passionately pursue it together!
If you’re interested in learning about how you can partner with the mission and vision of Victory Church and make a difference, you are invited to attend Growth Track!Learn More About Growth Track