Club 66: Sunday School for kids 4 years of age though 6th grade 
Sunday School for kids, known as Club 66, will being meeting on Sept 27th @ 9:30am 
Safety will always be our top priority, there for mask are required. For questions, please contact Becky Hampton.
Some have asked, “Why the name Club 66?” Well, there are 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New Testament. That adds up to 66 books in the Bible. That’s why we are called “Club 66.”

Food Bank: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00-10:00am

Plastic Grocery Bags Needed: Please save your plastic grocery bags for the Food Bank (It takes about 6 bags per family and we serve close to 250 families per month. That’s upwards of 1,500 bags/month.) Just drop them off in the blue Food Bank box at the front door to the church.

Buying Groceries Can Make A Big Difference!
You can help Christ the Victor with something you do every week! The Fry’s Community Rewards program allows you to link your VIP card with Christ the Victor Food Bank so that every time you shop and use your VIP card, Fry’s will make a donation to our Food Bank.

All you have to do is visit:
Be sure to use Christ the Victor ’s organization number NG694. After that, just shop at Fry’s and know that every time you use your VIP card you are helping us feed those who are in need in our community. Any questions, please contact Conni Boe.

The Victor’s Closet: Tuesdays, 8:00-9:30am
Offering FREE clothing for infant to 12 years old. Clothing donations appreciated.

GriefShare: Surviving the Holidays Nov 1st @ 2pm Serving the Holidays 

Have you lost a loved one? the holidays are a pond us and this can be a very difficult time for everyone. Come to Surviving the Holidays and receive valuable resource to face the holidays without your loved ones.

There is a $5 fee (scholarships available) to purchase the book for GriefShare. For more information, please contact Suzanne Espelien at or 303-870-8505.

Prayer Ministry:
One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. When he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.”     Luke 11:1

Prayer, both private and public, is part of the Christian life. Life is a process of learning to walk, relate and communicate with God. The Christ the Victor Prayer Ministry is dedicated to praying for the needs of people. This ministry is a network of people who pray for the needs and concerns of others. We respond to requests for prayer through comment cards received from Sunday worship services, telephone calls and email requests.

Christ the Victor Lutheran Church is a community that embraces the power of prayer. To be a part of our Prayer Team, sign up in the Nook or email No experience necessary. God provides on-the-job training.