Hello! Welcome to the Junction Church Leicester. Thanks so much for stopping by! You are more than welcome to come and check us out at any of our services and events. Our vision is to be a carrier of hope in the city – a place where dreams are ignited, inspired and fulfilled. Whatever your walk of life, we’d love to see you!
The Junction Church Leicester is made up of all kinds of people from different walks of life. Our heart is to build a strong and healthy community where people can flourish in a culture of faith and encouragement. Truth is, life isn’t meant to be lived alone. There’s nothing better than having people around you who champion you, pray for you, support you and cheer you on. That’s exactly what our church is all about. Everything we do relates to everyday life. We’re journeying together to discover how our faith in Jesus works in the norm of our daily routines.
Leicester is an incredible city. We love it – the people, the vibe, the buzz. It is undoubtedly a city that’s on the up! It’s vibrancy and creativity is always inspiring to us. The city’s world class football team has been such a massive inspiration too, winning the premiership against all the odds. It just goes to show that anything is possible. The heart behind everything we do is to Connect, Develop, Empower and Release people into all that God designed and created them to be.
It is our aim to see people discover the security of knowing and experiencing the love of the Father, understanding their true worth and value, and discovering how significantly gifted God has made them. When you attend our services, you will experience warmth, friendliness, encouragement and love. Most of all, you’ll hear about a God who is so passionately in love with you that he sent his Son to that you can have life.
Wherever you are on your journey, may your faith be strengthened and your hopes and dreams renewed and restored. Come and see us soon. We can’t wait to meet you!
Pastors Roy & Lydia
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