Victory Church was planted in 1994 by Tony and Kath Rainbow. The church first originally met in the Sunnybrook Community Hall. The church slowly grew as the relatively unknown leaders sowed the vision of what then was Victory Christian Centre. The church stayed there for 2 years and due to growth had its first move to the Wynn Vale community hall in February of 1996. There the church established itself and continued to grow. The church started to become as its name suggested, a place of victory for many people. Nearly two years later, again due to church growth, we moved to a new, larger premises – 308 Nelson Road. What once was an old Home hardware store, became the meeting place for Victory Church.
Victory has continued to expand to in excess of a thousand people and are now enjoying their newly renovated building at 5 Maxwell Road, Pooraka. The future for the church continues to look bright as they strive forward to bring Jesus the Glory He deserves.
Victory Church is a modern facility with two auditoriums, complete with AV light and sound. Our building has air-conditioning, heating throughout, children’s facilities and complete wheelchair access. There is abundant on-site parking available including disability permit parking close to the main entrance. Victory Church also has a fully functioning café which is open an hour before our 10AM and 6PM services and an indoor playground for the kids to play!
Tony and Kath Rainbow grew up in Adelaide, Australia and met in 1983 while roller-skating and became childhood sweethearts. They married in 1992 and have three beautiful children, Jordan, Mitchel and Baylea.
In February 1994 they planted Victory Church with a team of 11 others and the blessing of their local church eldership at Living Faith Fellowship. Together they have the greatest privilege of leading Victory Church; a vibrant, growing church in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
Tony and Kath travel extensively across the globe to work with other friends and church leaders to build the local church. Their relaxed and practical approach to ministry has been helpful in reaching people across all generations and cultures.