At the heart of the Junction Church Nottingham is a desire to grow an authentic community. We are people from different walks of life who are each on a journey of following Jesus. We totally understand the joys and challenges of what this means in 21st Century living. Sure, sometimes life is amazingly brilliant and you feel like you’re walking on water. But there can be other times when it feels like you have some mountains to climb too. There aren’t always easy answers and simple solutions to our inmost questions. Lets face it, faith is not a formula. It’s a pilgrimage. However, for us here at the Junction Church in Nottingham, the idea of ‘arriving’ is way overrated anyway. Who we become on the journey of faith is far more important than pretty much anything else in life. That’s why we’re so passionate about doing life together. It’s definitely far better than just struggling along on your own. Having a community around you who can pray for you, support you and cheer you on is more valuable than pure gold.
So since Thursday 6th September 2018, we’ve been hosting Life Groups around Nottingham. These are smaller hangouts of between 8-12 people which meet together for snacks, chats & prayer. They’re a brilliant way of making new friends and growing in your faith. If you’d like to come along to one, we’d love to connect with you. We think you’ll really flourish here.
Life groups happen on mid-week nights. These can be anywhere from living rooms to cafe’s. They’re relaxed and interactive, each chatting through a theme from the Bible and how it applies in everyday life. Each life group happens in an atmosphere of kindness, generosity and grace. We want them to give room for genuine honesty without the pressure of feeling judged.
If you’d like to connect into one of our Nottingham church life groups, email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you’re interested. We’ll then be in contact with you. Can’t wait to meet you!!
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