In December 2012, we officially launched one of our newest Victory church plants: Victory Meycauayan! Located in the heart of Meycauayan, Bulacan, Victory Meycauyan first started as a church plant spearheaded by nearby Victory Malolos. Currently, around forty Victory groups meet in different establishments and locations within the city. Empowered leaders have also started Victory groups inside their own offices! But discipleship doesn’t just happen in these ways. Dennis Aquino, one of their pastors, excitedly shares about what God is doing in their city: “In December, we were able to connect with students from different campuses in Meycauayan for their annual Student-Leader meet. It is an annual summit where these students have the privilege to act as mayor, vice-mayor, and councilors for a week. This gave them a first-hand experience in learning how to lead our municipality.” We believe that this would pave the way to disciple the future leaders not just of this municipality, but even the region! Other than this, Pastor Dennis also recounts another interesting opportunity they had in engaging the local government. “We touched base with the local Sangguniang Kabataan leader, and we conducted a leadership training with the rest of the organization.” They’ve also been given the opportunity to share the gospel with employees of the Meycauayan City Hall, and hold Victory groups inside the building. We are excited to know more about what God will do in the city of Meycauayan! Please pray with us for more disciples and leaders to grow in this community. Victory Meycauayan has services every Sunday at 10 AM. They meet at the 2nd floor of Supima Square along Malhacan Road, Meycauayan City. You may also like their Facebook page for updates. Victory Meycauayan is just one of the Victory local churches in Bulacan, and in the Philippines. We are also one church in Metro Manila meeting in fifteen different locations. Join us at the Victory center nearest you!
On Tuesday, September 27, tropical storm Pedring raged into Philippine land, with the provinces of Central Luzon being the hardest hit in our nation, due to the strong wind and rains.
The province of Bulacan was declared under state of calamity. Countless families lost their homes and main roads were impassable due to floodwaters.
Let us see what we can do to help! Right now, Victory Malolos is spearheading relief operations in Calumpit, Hagonoy, and Paombong in Bulacan. Their center is open as a temporary shelter for evacuations. To know how you can help, please call the following numbers:
- 0922 8512794
- 0917 8002794
- 0920 9512794
- (044) 896 1615
Victory Caloocan is open to receive donations in kind (clothes, beddings, instant noodles, canned goods, and bottled water) to be sent to Malolos. You may also send your donations directly to Victory Malolos at 2nd flr. Balaga Bldg., Dakila, Malolos City, 3000.
Cash donations can also be deposited through PS Bank Paseo del Congresso Malolos in this account:
- Account name: Victory Christian Fellowship of Malolos, Inc.
- Account number: 0281 1200 1353
You may also take part in Victory Cabanatuan’s Crisis and Calamity Ministry, for rescue and relief operations, as well as in clean-up campaigns and medical assistance. More details are available by contacting 0915 8914208.
Let’s pray for our brothers and sisters in Central Luzon who have been struck by the typhoon, and for the men and women who have volunteered their time and resources to help in relief operations.
Thank you for your generosity! We believe that as you have refreshed others, you will be blessed in return.
Note: By contributing to this project, ministry partners acknowledge that funds given to Every Nation will be directed to provide assistance to those affected by this disaster, and redirected, as necessary, should the funds contributed be in excess of the need. Every Nation partners as well with other non-government organizations who work in these areas.
We are glad to share this news about our latest provincial church plant. Victory Malolos will open its doors to residents of Bulacan on September 14. This is an addition to our four existing Victory churches in Central Luzon.
This church plant began in October of 2006 at a coffee shop in the busiest section of Malolos City. Five couples from Victory Caloocan and a couple from Victory Fort Bonifacio who were residents of Bulacan faithfully met every week and prayed for the opportunity for a church to be planted in the city.
By January 2007, the group began holding twice-a-month gatherings at the Bulacan State University Hostel with Pastor Ferdie del Valle, senior pastor of Victory Caloocan. Around fifty people started to come to these Saturday meetings.
Students and professors from Bulacan State University began attending, and this paved the way for more people to be reached. With members inviting friends and relatives, new small groups were formed and more people became part of the congregation. After five months of consistent growth, the twice-a-month meeting soon developed into a weekly Saturday convergence at the Hiyas Convention Center.
Currently, an average of 180 people attend their Saturday gatherings, and twenty small groups meet weekly in the area. Because of this breakthrough, Victory Malolos will hold a regular 9 AM service every Sunday at the Hiyas Convention Center beginning September 14. Kids Church will also be available at the same time and venue. This church plant takes us a step closer to reaching other cities and municipalities of Bulacan as we continue to heed the call to honor God and make disciples.
We invite you, your friends, and your family to visit Victory Malolos and help spread the news about this new church in Bulacan. For more information, check out their website at www.victorymalolos.org.