Be Part Of Something Big

What can I say except that, being part of the Victory Youth Group, is an excellent way to start life on the right path.

You may have had a terrible past or committed the most horrific mistakes yet, we believe, there’s a way to make things right. That is why, at the VYG, every young person can get involved and fit in, regardless of their background, where they live or how much money they have.

It’s not about being THE best, it’s about realising YOUR best, whatever that may be and, with the encouragement of a VYG mentor, you will receive all the support you need to get there.

So, whether music, dance or arts is your thing, it doesn’t really matter! It’s all about acquiring the tools you need, to create the life you want. There are also other projects which young people can engage in, to strengthen their drive to succeed academically and have top grades.

In addition, Youth Pastors and mentors are always available for advice or questions, throughout the week. We’re not like other ‘feel good’ groups out there. We want you to feel good but, more importantly, we want you to do well for yourself. You will mature and become an exceptional youth just by coming to the VYG meetings.

So, if you’re ready for a challenge and make a change for your life, then you’re ready for the VYG.

For more information or advice, email us at or call us on 0207 686 6000.

Team Bolt, Sky, Epic, Nitro, Flawless, Dynamic, Pulse & Xtreme battle it out to the top of the leader-board in competitions involving music, drama, dance, poetry and challenges. Everyone that decides to join one of the teams engages in an extraordinary way of developing confidence, discovering talents and bringing the best out of them. As well as a fun and entertaining way to keep yourself busy.

Many joined Sunday Live with low self-esteem and lack of confidence and in a few weeks, they were already performing in front of hundreds, sometimes even thousands in one of our youth events.

Sunday Live takes place every Sunday at 1:30pm in all our VYG branches across the UK. 

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Many say that the Truth hurts. We say the Truth sets you free. Nothing is withheld in these meetings where the main topic is always down to Earth and so clear to understand that it has been causing a great impact in the lives of those who have been attending these meetings. Sex, studies, family, career and health… you name it, we talk about it.

Whatever meeting you come to, you’ll be sure to leave with an inspiring message. And if you need a little one to one, youth mentors are always available to talk or answer questions at any time during the week.

Real Talk meetings happen every Wednesday 6pm at your local VYG branch. For More Info Feel Free To Email Me:


Candice Hinds

From Failure To Success

The VYG has helped me in many ways, with family, I have received support regarding my health but the one I want to share with you is my Education.  I was in the VYG but I didn't really listen to the advise that was given, I would prioritise my friends, and going out instead of my education so I was pretty much failing. I knew why I had to study but I didn't have the drive. Someone from the VYG spoke to me personally and share tips on how they became successful.  I listened to the advise given and I started to do what needed to be done which was get my prioritise straight. In high school I was predicted all Grade Ds, Es, Fs but I left with As & Bs and 2 Cs. I then went to college with the same advise that was given and studied L3 extended diploma health & social care which I was awarded D*D*D*. Now I attend my first choice Uni and I'm studying to become a midwife. 


Being in the VYG has motivated me and given me that drive to become successful in life. From failing to becoming the top in everything is something I never thought I could achieve.

Precious Brown

I have received help from the VYG in various ways. I was a depressed youth during secondary school due to traumas I experiences growing up. I was very angry and constantly down. This led me to not do well when it came to my GCSE's but it also affected my health and relationships with those around me as I would push them away. I didn't see the point in life & at many times felt as if I was wasting time being alive. Although it sounds so cliché as its heard a lot, but I truly was happy on the outside but I was a mess on the inside. I knew it, but didn't know what to do about it. When I was invited to the VYG it was to a drama performance and during the message at the end, I felt like it was directed for me because it was so relatable. Coming to the VYG showed me that there is a way out and a way to overcome. Now I'm not depressed or contemplating/attempting to end my life.