Every country has a culture. Every home has a culture. Guess what? Every church has a culture too. Culture is simply ‘the way we do things’. The culture of the Junction Church Leicester is positive, encouraging, upbeat, faith-filled, energetic, fun and passionate about serving Jesus. This is who we are.
No-matter how awesome our vision might be, great things can only happen in a great culture. At the Junction Church Leicester, we want a culture where kids and families can grow in confidence. We want a culture where adults dare to dream. We want a culture where students and young professionals can be encouraged to pursue their hopes and aspirations based on the values of God’s word. We want a culture where men can be challenged and championed to reach their God-given potential. We want a culture where women are valued and loved – and encouraged to be everything they can be in God. We want a culture where older people can be refreshed, appreciated and honoured – and where they can stay young at heart! This is who we are and where we’re heading. If it resonates with you, you might want to join us on the journey.
If you feel uncomfortable with positivity, then the chances are you won’t enjoy the Junction Church. We totally ‘get it’ that the Junction church will never be perfect. We’ll always be real about this. God’s grace is something we always need – 24 hours a day 7 days a week. However, we choose to big up the good stuff that’s happening. We understand that if we encourage more of what’s really good, then we’ll get even more of it. At the heart of everything we do is a love for Christ. We believe in what He accomplished for us when he died on the cross. We believe in what he achieved for us when He rose from the dead. Because of Jesus, we can have life, hope, purpose, fulfilment and forgiveness. This is the message of the Junction Church in Leicester. This is our culture.
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