Junction Church was started by Craig and Suzanne Elliott in 2002. Along with a small team of believers the church was passionate about making disciples and transforming nations. Very soon the community started to grow and services were held in a shed on a smallholding in Fourways. Junction has always drawn people from every walk of life and to this day you will find people from different ethnic, national and socio-economic background. As the church grew it became clear that we would need a bigger venue. In 2010 we built the Junxion Center, to serve the local community and act as a venue for our Sunday Services. Junction Church is part of the Every Nation family of churches. In 2020 Ruan and Bianca Serfontein took over the role of Senior Pastors from Craig and Suzanne. The leaders at Junction Church are so grateful for God’s goodness that has been poured out in our history, but we are just as excited about what the future holds.
We want to see our nation and nations of the world transformed by God. We envision every individual and every community living out their God-given destiny to the full. We see every area of culture transformed to mirror God’s Word.
Transformation only happens when personal conviction, around the foundational biblical truths are being applied in a person’s life. This is where God’s call of making disciples becomes vital for every believer. Discipleship is not a formula. It is a lifestyle of relationships where disciples of Jesus teach others to know and apply God’s Word.
This vision is too big to accomplish ourselves. That is why we have teamed up with an apostolic movement of churches called Every Nation.
Our collective mission:
“We exist to honor God by establishing Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered, socially responsible churches and campus ministries in every nation.”
Lordship – We value the absolute truth of the Bible and submit ourselves completely to the will of God in every area of life.
Evangelism – We value those who don’t know Christ and that every believer is called to reach out to a lost world.
Discipleship – We value the spiritual growth of every believer and that every believer has the calling to make disciples.
Leadership – We value the different leadership gifts God has given to the church, but we also value the training of leadership capacity in every believer.
Family – We value the natural family as the building block of any society, but we also value the church as a spiritual family.
Since it was established in 1994, Every Nation has been making disciples, training leaders, and planting churches all over the world. We have churches in more than 70 nations. We want to see a multi-ethnic, multi-generational church that will seek first the Kingdom of God for the glory of Jesus Christ.
For more information please visit the Every Nation Website
Leaders and Elders
Ruan and Binks have two girls, Olivia and Sophia. Ruan is a rugby nut and Binks enjoys a pot of tea.
Mannie and Terri have two lovely boys, Calvin and Samuel. Mannie is a Star Wars fanatic. Terri loves her sports.
Patrick and Sisanda Kayongo – Pat is a software developer and Sisanda is a chartered accountant. They have two children, Yasimbibwa and Ozukisiweyo. Pat is an indoor enthusiast who enjoys a good read with some tea. Sisanda enjoys being in nature and dancing to good music.