Luke Hellebronth

Luke Hellebronth |      

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Born: Gorleston, UK
Living: Birmingham, UK
Church: St Luke’s Gas Street
Family: Anna, my wife
Plays: Sing, Guitar and Bass, and I started on Violin
Favourite lyric: Lights will guide you home/And ignite your bones/And I will try to fix you

LUKE HELLEBRONTH SONGS

The journey so far

Luke Hellebronth grew up in a musical family, learning violin from the age of 5, picking up the guitar at 12 and the bass at 16. Singing came when he was asked to lead worship at the student group at HTB. “From there I just did it more and more and started to write songs, falling in love with helping people engage with God through lyric and music.”

Now

Now serving as Global Director and Worship Leader at Worship Central, Luke is part of St Luke’s Gas Street, Birmingham. “I love that I get to partner with God in what He’s doing in the world,” he says. “I love that we are all invited to play our part in His Kingdom.

Next

Luke’s current project is the Worship Central album ‘Stir A Passion’. After that is songwriting and training and equipping leaders for the church through the Worship Central Academy.

Quickfire Questions

My earliest memory is… playing violin with my Dad
If I wasn’t a songwriter/worship leader I’d probably be… A high speed Police driver!
The greatest sports team ever in the history of everything… All Blacks for their consistency and skill
It was pretty embarrassing when I was leading worship one times and… I had to restart the song 3 times because the drummer clicked in way too slow.
My first album that I ever bought was... One of the ‘NOW 95’ tapes.
I wish I’d written this lyric… Lights will guide you home/And ignite your bones/And I will try to fix you
When I search Netflix, I mainly browse the... Thriller
When I listen to music, my favourite way to do is... on my studio speakers blasting!
My first mentor was... My parents
The most recent thing I saw God do that made me praise Him was... Flying over the Grand Canyon was incredible!

 

 


Spontaneous Moments to Crafted Songs

Spontaaneous Moments to Crafted Songs. We caught up with Worship Central's Josh Gauton, Anna Hellebronth and Luke Hellebronth and discussed how they harnessed spontaneous moments of worship on their new album Stir A Passion | WeAreWorship

Bono Thinks That Worship Music Has An Honesty Problem. Is He Right?

Is Bono right? In our quest to be passionately devoted to God, have we somehow narrowed the focus of our emotions? Or are we simply leaning more towards Praise these days?
Are we too drawn to the songs which make us feel good rather than the songs which help us be real? Is that even a bad thing?

Generosity And Worship

Sometimes being generous with our worship is simply about giving money to people who really need it.

The Way

Tim Hughes unpacks the thinking and writing processes behind one of the big new songs from the forthcoming Worship Central record. You'll probably hear this at Soul Survivor this year!


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