Mission & Values

Relational Care shares God’s heart and Victory’s passion for being “all about people” with individuals and families experiencing significant life events – births, baptisms, hospitalization, life-altering illness, death and bereavement support. Our ministry staff and trained volunteers handles initial care and follow up.  The goal of Relational Care is that every person in the Victory family and the community receives a relational touch when navigating through significant life events.

Relational Care Ministry

Scope of Ministry

  • MInistry Network of Elders for Prayer (support)

  • Hospital, Home & Hospice Visitation Ministry

  • Critical Care (ongoing care related to life-altering illness or situation)

  • Deaths, Funeral Planning & Hosting

  • Bereavement Care and Resources 

  • After Care: Hospitalization, Critical Care, Bereavement, and Rehabilitation

  • Care to Home Caregivers

  • Intercessory Prayer Team (Relational Care needs)

  • Pre-Marital Counseling

  • Marital Enrichment

  • Marriage Enrichment

  • Wedding Ministry

  • Baptisms

  • Baby Dedications


   Contact Information



Pre-marital Counseling

At VCMI, it is our conviction that we are responsible before God to do the best we can to prepare couples for the demands and responsibilities of marriage. We have confidence that the marriages we perform will be blessed by God and have the best possible preparation. The way we do this is by being completely committed to God’s standards and His best, rather than to do what might be convenient for others and ourselves. There is a necessity for practical preparation for the many adjustments that will take place in marriage.Therefore, the premarital sessions are designated as preventative counseling and instruction given to aid the development of healthy, happy, and well-balanced Christian homes. Click Here to Apply.

Water Baptism

“When someone becomes a Christian he becomes a brand new person inside. The old life has passed away and a new life has begun!”.  When a person is baptized, it represents his or her identification with the death, burial and resurrection of Christ. It is an outward symbol of a person's inner faith and decision to be a committed Christ-follower. The choice to be baptized is made by a "believer," and is a public profession of his or her faith in Christ.

Wedding Ministry

We are delighted you are considering Christian Fellowship Church (CFC) for the celebration of your wedding. Whether you consider CFC your church home, or this is your first acquaintance, our desire is to do everything possible to make this occasion one that will be rich and meaningful for everyone involved. Your wedding day will be one of the most important days of your life. We are honored to play a part in this blessed event. We pray for God’s blessing during the planning of your wedding and throughout your lives together. Click Here to Apply.

Marriage Enrichment

Thre are times when you may face some challenges in your marriage.  The goal of the VCMI marriage enrichment is for married couples to become of one heart and mind—Our mission is to see marriages saved, healed, set free, discipled, equipped, and empowered for ministry.  When a husband and wife have one heart and mind with God, they can relate to each other with unconditional love and the fruit of the Spirit. This is the very image of God on earth, and we believe that every healthy marriage will affect generations to come!  

Baby Deication

As Christians, there is tremendous responsibility given to us when the Lord blesses us with a child. He entrusts us with the responsibility of bringing up that child in the ways of the Lord and establishing early in his/her life a foundation built upon Jesus Christ. It is this responsibility that causes us to think of baby dedications as “family dedications.” We feel that the whole family unit needs to be lifted up to the Lord so that each member will be able to keep his or her commitment.


People matter both to God and to us here at Victory.  Visiting people lets them know that we care.  Our visitation team goes out whenever called upon to share God's good news of hope and love.  Anyone who needs encouragement or comfort, anyone who does not know Christ, or anyone who would be likely to come to our church if given a hospitality outreach like this are good prospects for visitation. It's not necessarily what we do or say, but just being there that matters to people.