Worship Central Releases New Song For Lenten Season, Prepares For May Album Release


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Worship Central, the Birmingham, UK-based worship training collective led by Tim Hughes and Luke Hellebronth, releases “All For Love (Gethsemane)” in time for the Lenten season. The song precedes a new live album, Stir A Passion, set for release this May.

Penned by Luke (“Spirit Break Out”) and his wife Anna Hellebronth with Ben Cantelon (“Saviour Of The World”), the digital single “All For Love” is available through all major digital sales and streaming platforms.

The weight of the promise held in Your heart | My sinful condition kept us apart In the Garden of Gethsemane where mercy met Your majesty…

Perfect Saviour in holy surrender | As You gave your Spirit, grace now complete Your wounds now our healing, Your pain now our peace… All for love

The song will be featured on Stir A Passion, recorded live by Worship Central at “The Gathering” conference last fall. The 11-track album, which was produced by Willie Weeks (Passion, Matt Redman) and Jimmy James (GuvnaB, LZ7), follows Worship Central’s critically acclaimed projects Spirit Break Out, Let It Be Known, Set Apart and Mercy Road.

Founded in 2006 under the auspices of Holy Trinity Brompton, the church known for developing the Alpha Course, Worship Central is a movement of worshippers who want to see the worship of Jesus Christ made central throughout communities, local churches and the world. Their vision is for people to encounter God, for worshippers to be equipped and the Church empowered. Based in Birmingham, UK, with local hub networks in 18 countries including the U.S., Canada, Australia and South Africa, Worship Central has trained, resourced and inspired worshippers from around the world, with thousands attending training events internationally and engaging with the variety of resources created by the Worship Central team.

In 2011, Worship Central launched the 7-session Worship Central (online) Course that allows local leaders and churches to train their teams in the theology of worship while developing their musicianship and songwriting abilities and exploring key leadership values. In addition, Worship Central runs an Academy for worship leaders, providing a unique opportunity for a group of students to invest a year in the local church with additional input from the Worship Central team. Designed to develop and sharpen students’ skills, the Academy runs alongside partner churches to offer a structured program of theological training and practical coaching. Additional information is available at https://www.worshipcentral.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/WORSHIPCENTRAL or by following the team on Twitter and Instagram (@worshipcentral).