our history

22 Years of Ministry in Carrollton
Our first meeting was held on Sunday, December 4, 1988 with 25 people in attendance. The church began as an outreach of Christian Life Cathedral (CLC) with Pastor Bob Weis leaving the CLC staff and starting Carrollton Christian Fellowhip (CCF). The church began its meetings at 1735 Peters Colony in Carrollton, in a building belonging to the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God. The church became an independent body in 1993, taking over all financial responsibility and ownership of the property. The initial official membership was 68.

In March 1995, an opportunity arose to receive 18 acres from a local developer as a charitable donation. The church began to draw up plans for a new worship facility to be built on the property. The church building on Peters Colony was sold and CCF began holding services at the American Indoor Sports Facility on November 1, 1998. The congregation authorized to secure financing and begin construction of a new worship facility on Hebron Parkway. Ground breaking ceremonies were held and the dirt work began on August 21, 2000. The construction began for the new 15,970 square foot building. The congregation voted to change the name of the church to Victory Assembly. The first service was held in the new building on September 16, 2001.

In December of 2009, knowing the Lord was leading elsewhere, Pastor Bob resigned after 21 years of ministry here. In June of 2010, our congregation welcomed Pastor Max Docusen and his family to Victory Assembly.