Last September 18, Sunday, we witnessed the grand launch of a new church plant in the heart of Nueva Ecija: Victory Talavera! Our 76th provincial church officially launched on the second floor of Amini Building, located along Maharlika Highway at Zone 6, Maestrang Kikay. Their worship services will be regularly held at this venue every Sunday at 9:30am.
Under the leadership of Pastor Jeff and Niña Roque, church planting efforts started in 2013. With the help of Victory Cabanatuan, the church was able to steadily establish their presence and start engaging the people in the area. By God’s grace, from their previous venue at the second floor of LandBank, Victory Talavera was able to secure a new center at the Amini Building.
A motorcade kicked off the launch, with volunteers and leaders onboard. Bishop Juray Mora, Victory Philippines’ National Director, graced the launch as a guest speaker. Our other churches in Central Luzon also came to celebrate with Victory Talavera.
Conveniently located along the busy thoroughfare of Maharlika Highway, the Amini Building is accessible and easily identifiable to many Talavera residents. Because it intersects with a lot of access points from different parts of Central Luzon, Victory Talavera is situated at a place that makes it easy to engage and invite people to the church.
Let us continue to pray for open doors and open hearts, so that more disciples and leaders will be raised for God’s glory. Together, let us intercede for this new church plant’s leadership team, volunteers and staff as they continue to advance God’s kingdom in this part of the Philippines.
We’re excited to honor God and make disciples in Talavera!
Led by the leadership team of Victory Cabanatuan, this church in Nueva Ecija has moved from its previous venue at the second floor of LandBank to a new center at the second floor of Amini Building, located along Maharlika Highway at Zone 6, Maestrang Kikay.
Church planting efforts for Victory Talavera started in 2013, with Victory Cabanatuan’s leaders at the helm. From its humble beginnings, the church steadily grew in number. God’s hand is truly at work in this area of Nueva Ecija; last August 2015, Victory Talavera was able to conduct its first Victory Weekend. More leaders have been empowered to lead, and many Victory groups have been established. More students are getting discipled, and becoming disciple makers themselves.
Join us as we celebrate the official grand launch of Victory Talavera on September 18, Sunday, 4:00 PM at the second floor of Amini building along Maharlika Highway; Sunday worship services and Kids Church will be regularly held at this new venue at 9:30 AM. Let us intercede for our leaders and volunteers as they prepare for the big day in the coming weeks. We are in faith that God will use this new church plant to reach out to more people in this part of the Philippines. Make sure you invite your family and friends in the area. See you there!
Church planting efforts are intensifying in Nueva Ecija as we continue to establish more churches there. Recently, we announced the launch of Victory Cabanatuan’s new worship service at SM City Cabanatuan. Now, we’re excited to honor God and make disciples in Talavera, Nueva Ecija!
Victory Talavera recently moved to its new location at the second floor of Amini Building, located along Maharlika Highway at Zone 6, Maestrang Kikay. Previously located at the second floor of LandBank near the plaza and the Municipal Hall, Victory Talavera will officially launch on September 18, Sunday.
Led by the leadership team of Victory Cabanatuan, the church conducted their first Sunday service at the new building just last month, July 24, with an overflow of attendees and volunteers. Sunday worship services will be regularly held at this new venue, at 9:30 am, with Kids Church happening simultaneously.
Talavera is a municipality in Nueva Ecija, with many national roads passing through it. Due to its central location, it is one of the pivotal transport points in Central Luzon. We are in faith that God will cause amazing things to happen to Talavera’s inhabitants as the church makes it possible for more people to be reached out and discipled.