Welcome to Victory Assembly

Sunday Service Times
   9:00 am   Coffee Shop
   9:00 am   Prayer
   9:30 am   Sunday School
 10:30 am   Worship Service
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Sunday Service Schedule
9:00 am Coffee
9:30 am - 10:15 am Sunday School
10:30 am Morning Service

HOPE PARTY - Kids 5-11 yrs
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

311 South College Street Newcomerstown

  • Look What's Coming!

    Sunday Mornings:
    9:30 am "A Study Through the Word of God"
    Facilitator: Duane Mourer
    Join us for a lively round table discussion in the Fellowship Hall
    equipping supernatural sons and daughters

    7th Annual Delaware Days
    October 13, 2019

    Yes 2019. 
    We are taking a Sabbath Rest in 2018! 
    See you in the fall of 2019.
    email: nctvictory@gmail.com or call: 740 498 6547

    Why do we celebrate Delaware Days? 
    Click on image above.

    Posted Jul 23, 2018, 8:39 AM by Brent Heishman
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Upcoming Outreach

  • Celebration of Light December 10th 2017 6:00 pm Celebration of Light!Presented by: Victory Assembly 311 S. College St. NewcomerstownChristmas Tree & Candle LightingDecember 10th 6:00 pm @ Victory AssemblyEnjoy Horse Drawn Wagon Rides, Hot ...
    Posted Oct 30, 2017, 8:04 AM by Brent Heishman
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The Assemblies of God grew out of the Pentecostal revival, which began in the early 1900s in places such as Topeka, Kansas, and the Azusa Street Mission in Los Angeles. During times of prayer and Bible study, believers received spiritual experiences like those described in the book of Acts. Accompanied by “speaking in tongues,” their religious experiences were associated with the coming of the Holy Spirit on the Jewish feast of Pentecost (Acts 2), and participants in the movement were dubbed “Pentecostals.” The Pentecostal movement has grown from a handful of Bible school students in Topeka, Kansas, to an estimated 600 million in the world today.