MEET OUR SENIOR PASTORS – ROY & LYDIA TODD
Roy & Lydia Todd are the pioneers and senior pastors of the Junction Church. Our Loughborough church was planted in October 2012. Our Leicester Church was launched in October 2016. The heart in everything is to help people connect with Jesus.
Roy Todd was born in Belfast but moved to England when he was 19 to study theology at uni. Since then, he has developed a much sought after ministry which is widely recognised and respected by many churches. However, closest to his heart is a passion to grow bigger people. He is passionate about building a world class church that connects with the lives of everyday people and helps them grow in their relationship with Christ. One of his other great loves in life is music. He’s an accomplished pianist whose music has gone all over the world (more here)
Lydia Todd is a wonderful person – encouraging, warm, gracious and full of positivity. She was born near Leeds and studied theology at uni. People love her brilliant way of inspiring them to face the challenges of everyday life with faith and hope. Ps Lydia is down to earth and real – and a fantastic communicator whose ministry is greatly appreciated. When she’s not doing church stuff, you’ll probably find her at the gym!
Frazer Botham leads our Leicester campus team. His enthusiasm & zest for life is totally infectious. His passion for God is obvious from the moment you meet him. He’s a really great guy!! Frazer also leads our ‘MVMNT’ Youth team – raising up a fearless generation who live all out for Jesus. Alongside Pastors Roy & Lydia are a team of wider leaders who serve in various aspects of the life of the church. All of them have a heart to see a world class church that champions and inspires people to live out their God-given potential.
Read some of our leadership blogs
Five years ago, the Junction Church held it’s first service. We will always remember the raw sense of excitement mixed with […]Read More ›
I recently read some Christian blogs which were full of complaint about churches that have ‘hipster’ lights, punchy music & a ‘style’ that […]Read More ›