victory mission + ministry invites you to tour + engage!
Visit the Chapel and Dining Room where nightly services are provided for those in need. See Victory Square, which houses recovery and work-life programs for men. Check out the Warehouse Distribution Center to learn about our social enterprises and see how we work to recycle and repurpose donated items.
We host scheduled tours of our facilities twice each month. Join us on the second Tuesday at 6 PM or the third Wednesday at 12 PM to see how you can help us share God’s love through intentional relationships for the restoration of a brokenhearted world. RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If one of our regularly scheduled tours is not a good fit for you, contact us to find a time that works for you!
Riders with a Mission: fighting hunger, poverty, and homelessness in our community
We’re looking forward to another exciting event this year! Join us in our effort to raise much-needed funds and create awareness about hunger, poverty, and homelessness in our community.
Date: October 14, 2018 (Sunday)
START: Denney’s Harley Davidson (3980 W Sunshine St., Springfield, MO)
Time: Registration (11am-Noon); Departure (12 pm); After-Party to take place at 200 W. Commercial St. (2 pm)
Registered riders receive a FREE patch and meal ticket
T-Shirts will be on sale for $10.00
Raffle Items will be available to bid on during the registration time; winners will be announced at the After-Party
Cost: $25 (single); $35 (double); $6 (spectator’s meal)
More Information: (417) 864-2223 or email@example.com
Riders go on a 40- to 50-mile scenic ride through the Ozarks countryside. The event will also feature food, raffles, prizes, and live music.
If you would like to be an event sponsor, please contact Janelle at 417-864-2223 to discuss sponsorship levels.
Victory Mission + Ministry’s first annual Expressions of Victory Gallery Event took place during the First Friday Art Walk on September 7, 2018, in Downtown Springfield. The event was in partnership with Springfield Regional Arts Council and hosted by Suddenlies. Men and women were able to share their art with event participants. 90% of proceeds of art sold were given back to the artists, themselves. Hors-d’oeuvres were served by Street Chef Catering along with free samples of Victory Coffee Co.
Be on the lookout for our first Victory Voices performance! Victory Voices is a choir that serves as an extension of Expressions of Victory.
Back to School Bash 2018
On August 7th, 2018, we partnered with Thrivent Financial to host a Back to School Bash at Central Assembly. During this event, we were able to serve approximately 175 children outside of the Springfield Public Schools District. Each child that registered for the event was provided with school supplies, brand new tennis shoes, and books. There were also a number of resources made available to children and their parents to allow them to transition into the school year more easily.
Our Back to School Bash looked much different from years prior. This is because we were able to partner with Springfield Public Schools as they kicked off their first Ready. Set. Supply! initiative to bring supplies directly to the schools in Springfield. We were able to donate 3600 items to participating schools. We were also able to send supplies to 84 boys form the Good Samaritans Boys Ranch in Brighton, MO. The boys were excited to receive supplies and brand new shoes!
Our event at Central Assembly served students outside of Springfield Public Schools. Students who attended the event received supplies based on their grade level. Our list included Crayola crayons, dry erase markers, quart-sized bags, a spiral notebook, a pencil box, folders, scissors, colored pencils, highlighters, first aid kits, hand sanitizer, and a water bottle.
The students also received brand new tennis shoes from Kicks for Kids of the Ozarks. Kicks for Kids works to provide new shoes for kids in need each year. Scholastic Books also provided brand new books for those involved. Students were able to choose between books from within their grade level. Paul Mitchell provided vouchers for free haircuts. Students were able to end the event with a free sno cone from SnoBallz.
Our event also featured resources for parents from the following organizations:
Boost Mobile, Family Nutrition Educational Program, Family Support, Good Dads, Missouri State Vision Center, MSU Nursing, Resource Center, SingleMomzRock, Springfield Kids Directory, Vatterott College, Veterans Upward Bound, and Victory Mission
Thank you so much to everyone who was involved. We were able to directly impact approximately 3859 students in the Ozarks by bringing them the essentials for a great start to the school year!
Without the help of this generous community, events like Back to School are not possible. If you would like to be involved with our 2019 Back to School Bash, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or consider giving financially to bless those in need.