The Junction Church is a welcoming community which includes people from all walks of life. It’s a place where you can grow stronger in your faith and flourish in life. There are lots of ways of connecting into the life of the Junction Church. Here are a few of them. If you’d like to have an idea of what you can expect at a typical service, click HERE.
SUNDAY SERVICES: These are the best way of finding out who we are. At all our services, you’ll experience a warm & friendly welcome, heartfelt worship, world class teaching from the bible and opportunities to make lots of new friends. Find out about our church in Loughborough HERE – and our church in Leicester HERE.
LIFE GROUPS: These are smaller gatherings of around 8-10 people. We have Life Groups for families, professionals, students, seniors and lots more. They’re great for building a real sense of community and digging deeper into the bible. All our life groups are encouraging environments where you can grow in faith. Find out more HERE.
SERVING: One of the BEST ways of connecting into the life of the Junction Church is to join a serving team. They’re a lot of fun and they make a huge difference. Find out more about our serving teams HERE.
EQUIP COURSES: We run four equip courses every year, each lasting four weeks. These are opportunities to develop in whatever stage you’re at in your faith. So if you’re new to faith, we have a course for you. Alternatively if you’re a seasoned Christian and you’re looking for some in depth bible teaching, we also got a great course for you. These are great ways of connecting more into the life of our church. Get more information about our Equip courses HERE.
There are so many ways you can connect into the Junction Church and we’d encourage you to just get stuck in!
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