Music plays a huge part in the life of the Junction Church in Leicester and Loughborough. It’s creative, current & contemporary. Our worship collective are passionate about creating songs and music which reflect the journey of our church. The heart of the Junction Collective is all about working together, keep ego’s in check, maintaining servant hearts and living for the glory of God. We are truly blessed with some incredibly talented musicians and singers who serve with humility. Below is information and extracts of music we’ve produced.

ALBUMS

JUNCTION COLLECTIVEHOPE WILL ARISE is a brand new worship album of fresh and original songs, all written by the Junction Collective. It will be released in January 2018. Each song flows from hearts of worship. The theme of hope shines through again and again. We can’t wait to release this album!

church leicesterVIBE is a 14 track instrumental album. This is a collection of music written by our collective. It is upbeat, positive, quirky, creative, fresh and totally original – reflecting the vibe of the Junction Church. It actually reached number 3 on the iTunes Christian music charts! It’s available to download on iTunes HERE.

PREVIEWS

BRAVE

This is an extract of a song called ‘BRAVE’. This emerged from a teaching series at the Junction Church. 

YOUR LOVE HAS SET US FREE

This is raw studio recording of an original song written by our collective that will feature on our new album this November. It’s based on two parts of the bible: 1 Corinthians 2:9 which says ‘…no eye has seen, no ear has hear, and no human mind has conceived the things God has prepared for those who love him‘. Also 2 Corinthians 3:17-18 which says Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. 18 And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.’

 

HOPE WILL ARISE

The video below is a rough recording of a song recently written by our worship collective called ‘Hope Will Arise‘. This is sometimes sung at our main Sunday services. We’ll be re-recording it and releasing it on an album of great new & original worship songs this November. 

 

THE CROSS

This is another rough recording of a song which will feature in a new album this November. It focuses on Jesus, his amazing grace & his incredible compassion. 

 

LIVE WORSHIP FROM SUNDAY

This is a short clip of live worship from the Junction church. It’s a rough recording so please forgive the low quality – but it gives you a flavour of our worship vibe. This is a song called ‘come right now’ by Planet Shakers.

WHAT A FRIEND

This is another rough demo of a song which will feature on the album later this year. This is called ‘What a Friend’. It captures the simplicity and joy of doing life as a friend of God.  

 

NOW TO THE KING

This is an extract of raw worship, recorded live at one of our services. This song is called ‘Now to the King’. It’s based on 1 Timothy 1:17 which says ‘Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be glory and honour for ever and ever’. 

VIBE: album preview 

download this album HERE.

 

We’ll be producing more albums over the coming years. At the heart of everything we do is our love for God and a passion to create music that connects with people’s lives today.  If you’re a musician or singer interested in serving on team with some other great people who are all committed to serving, click HERE.

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