Harvest City Church

Church in Leicester

Harvest City Church

Main Meetings:

Sunday: 10.30am Judgemeadow Community College
Tuesday: 7.30 pm St John Street

Denomination:

None

Hymns & songs:

Contemporary worship songs and traditional hymns

Under 18s:

Junior Church: (birth-10)?
iGnite: 11-15 years

18-30s:

YPs (16-30s)

Local outreach & community activities:

Out of Africa, City Outreach, Summer Fayre, Carol Concert

Other activities & ministries:

Harvest Groups, ThirtyForty, City Business, Cafe Mama (mums and toddlers), Beautify (ladies' group), Excel (men's group), Connect (special interest groups), Retreat (single mums), New Horizons (over 50s), Creative Arts (dance and drama), Choir, AoK (Acts of Kindness - food parcels)

Leaders:

Chip & Sarah Kawalsingh
Senior Pastors

Affiliations & links:

Ministers Fellowship Europe

Main Bible:

New Living Translation, New International Version, New King James Bible

Average Congregation:

400 adults
150 under 18s

Special needs:

Wheelchair accessible with disabled facilities

Languages:

-

Office Contact:

Helen Venning
Administrator

Office Address:

14 St John Street
Leicester
LE1 3WL

Office Telephone:

0116 251 5122

Tel: 0116 251 5122

Email: Click to email

Website: harvestcity.org

Meeting Venue

Judgemeadow Community College
Marydene Drive
Leicester
Leicestershire
LE5 6HP
England

Venue 2:

Harvest City Church
14 St John Street
Leicester
LE1 3WL

Travel and Parking Info:

Free, on-site parking at both locations. St John's is opposite St Margarets Bus Station in the city centre. Free bus leaves St John's at 10.10am every Sunday for Judgemeadow, returns at 1.30pm.

 

About Us:

Harvest City Church is a bold, vibrant and lively Spirit-filled Church in the heart of Leicester, reaching out to all people and nations. Our large, diverse and growing family enjoys great teaching, great worship, great fellowship and great food!
At Harvest City Church our motto is "A Church About People" and it's much more than a catchy slogan, it's our mission. Leicester is a city of around 400,000 people of every race - a colourful, vibrant and exciting place to live - yet it is missing something. God! We have been called to witness to this city, proclaim the Gospel over it and build the Kingdom of God. We are a model of how different sections of society can combine and flourish together when we are united, and our unity is in God. We love our city, and it is that love which drives us to save it. Join us and witness first-hand God working to claim Leicester and its people for Himself!