Planning to give us a visit? Here's all the info you need to get started.
Who are we?
You are victorious. We exist to train you to know your identity in Christ and who Christ is in you. To make an impact for Jesus in Perth and the nations.
8:30am: For those who like to rise up early or prefer a slightly quieter service. 10:30am: Our most popular service. Fantastic for the whole family with youth and kids programs available. 6:00pm: The best way to finish the week! This vibrant service features worship ran by our Stand Young Adults Band. For info on events and guest speakers visit our Events Page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Easiest way to get to Victory
Getting to Victory is super easy, and Google Maps will show you the fastest way.
By car: It’s just a nine-minute drive from the Perth CBD. We have our own carpark but be sure to arrive early for a good spot if we have a big event on, such as guest speakers or Conference.
Public Transport: We are just a seven-minute walk from Glendalough Station.
What's a service like?
People usually arrive 10 – 20 minutes before the service to grab a carpark, coffee and seat. Our auditorium is on the second level and is wheelchair friendly, just catch the elevator. We always start our services with a time of celebration live music before hearing a message from our Lead Pastor, Margaret Court, in house pastors or guest speakers. We do our best to spot first-time visitors, but if we miss you, we’d love for you to introduce yourself to our visitors’ lounge to meet some of our pastors and leaders.
Do I need to give any money?
What am I expected to do?
If you’ve never been to church before it’s understandable that you may have a lot of questions.
So, the short answer is just to be yourself!
Come dressed however you like, sit where you feel comfortable (front seats are our favourite), and have as many free bickies as you want.
To get the most out of your visit, be sure to hang around after the service and meet some of the regulars.
What are the service times and does it make a difference which one I go to?
8:30am: For those who like to rise up early or prefer a slightly quieter service.
10:30am: Our most popular service. Fantastic for the whole family with youth and kids programs available.
6:00pm: The best way to finish the week! this is a super vibrant service with the worship ran by our Stand Young Adults Band.
The choice is entirely up to you, and it may be worthwhile visiting all three services to see which one you prefer!
I have kids.
Great! We have dedicated children’s programs tailored by age groups. Our staff and volunteers have Working With Childen Checks and have a passion for helping your child be their best! Just register them on the Mezzanine.
I'm not Christian
No one is born Christian, and it’s a life choice. Whether you are agnostic, atheist or of another religion, you are always welcome. Come, say hello, ask questions and see what Christianity is all about.