Worship Central releases third worship album

Worship Central
Worship Central

Worship Central’s third worship album and second live recording, Let It Be Known, released March 12 from Integrity Music and has firmly grasped the No. 1 sales position on the Official Christian & Gospel Albums Chart in the UK since its release. Still at number one after three weeks and gathering wide critical acclaim, the album was recorded live in London by the faculty, training team and students at Worship Central, which is led by Tim Hughes and Al Gordon, and is based out of London, England’s Holy Trinity Brompton Church (HTB).

Featuring worship leaders Hughes, Gordon, Ben Cantelon, Nikki Fletcher, Luke Hellebronth and Myles Dhillon, Let It Be Known was produced by Cantelon and written by the team at HTB, along with its extended family that includes Martin Smith, Matt Redman and others. Capturing the heart cry of the church, the album features “Dry Bones,” the new anthem “Our Generation” and the title track and live video featuring Hughes that can be seen here:

Worship Central has also recently released the live worship video “The Same Power,” an acoustic version of the song and a tutorial of how to play the song on acoustic guitar, all led by Cantelon.  An acoustic version of “The Cross Stands,” a “Let It Be Known” video inspired by worshippers around the globe dancing to the title track and numerous other videos are available now on Worship Central’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/worshipcentral1.

With two North American events this spring featuring Hughes, Cantelon and the Worship Central team, one in Vancouver, BC, Canada at Tenth Church May 23 and the second in Edmonton, AB, Canada at Rexall Place for “YC Alberta” May 24-26, hopefully you can see them in concert.

Let It Be Known was recorded during a period of significant international growth for Worship Central. Part of that growth has been fueled by the online worship course (http://www.worshipcentral.org/course) that Worship Central has made available free of charge since last year. With 1,255 courses running in over 60 nations, more than 18,000 worshippers around the world have already participated. Through the Worship Central Course, there are now hubs in Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Singapore, Malaysia and South Africa – each devoted to empowering, equipping and releasing others to strengthen their own church’s worship life. –ChristianMusicMakers.com


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Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.

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