Worship is every Sunday throughout term time – 7pm at Broomhill Methodist Church. Our services are usually café-style, with discussion, prayer and singing. Some services are more reflective and multi-sensory in nature.
Some of the services include the celebration of Holy Communion. All are welcome to participate in this, but none are obliged to do so.
Autumn Term 2017
Welcoming, and Being Welcomed
If you’re new to Sheffield, welcome! We at the Junction would like to welcome you, whether you’re a new or returning student, or a young adult who lives near us. And we’ll be doing that with tea, coffee and cake, with social gatherings so we can chat informally, and with some services thinking about how we can make our lives and church more welcoming to others.
17th September: Opening doors (reflection and discussion; followed by a pub trip)
24th September: Tearing down walls (reflection and discussion; followed by a pub trip)
Is This What God Really Wants? A series on the beatitudes (Matthew 5: 3-12)
“When Jesus saw the crowds, he went up onto the mountain; and after he sat down, his disciples came to him. He began to speak and taught them, saying, ‘Blessed are the poor…'” The nine sayings which follow could be seen as a kind of manifesto for followers of Jesus. But what do they mean? Do they call us to a kind of passive acceptance, or a transformative radicalism?
1st October: Blessed are… those brought low and lamenting
8th October: Blessed are… the meek and pure (including Holy Communion)
15th October: Blessed are… the politically and counterculturally active
22nd October: Blessed are… the persecuted and forgiving
In the Image of God
“So God created humankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” How might it change our lives and our world, if we can see ourselves and our fellow human beings as reflecting the glorious image of God? But what does that image mean? How does it encompass diversity and imperfection?
29th October: “Male and female he created them” (reflective worship)
5th November: “Male and female he created them” (discussion-based worship)
12th November: In the image of the perfect God? (reflective worship; including Holy Communion)
19th November: In the image of the perfect God? (discussion-based worship)
26th November: Seeing all in God’s image (reflection and discussion)
The Path to the Manger: Holiness and Risk
Join us as we tread the path of some of those who made their own journeys to the manger in Bethlehem, reflecting on what that experience meant for them, for us and for the world.
3rd December: A path of risk: Mary and Joseph on a dangerous journey
10th December: A path of pilgrimage: Shepherds and wise men on a journey of discovery