Worship Central


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Started: Holy Trinity Brompton, UK
Now: St Luke’s Gas Street ,Birmingham, UK
Members: Josh Gauton, Luke Hellebronth, Anna Hellebronth, Nick Herbert, Tim Hughes
Albums: Stir A Passion, Mercy Road, Set Apart, Let It Be Known, Spirit Break Out


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.

Originating from Holy Trinity Brompton, In 2015 Worship Central relocated as part of a small team to plant a new church at St. Lukes in Gas Street, Birmingham.

Stir A Passion

The new album Stir A Passion, a collection of live recordings taken from 2017's The Gathering conference that they hosted in the city, reflects the next step in the movement's journey with a big, reflective and progressive sound.


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As well as releasing music Worship Central run Worship Central Academy courses all around the world aimed at equippng and empowering the next generation of worship pastors for the local church, to see the church set of fire with worship, to see transformation of our world through it - something that we at WeAreWorship can fully get on board with! if you want to find out more about the courses, and maybe apply to be part of the then watch the video below.



Story Behind The Song Praise The Lord (Evermore)

Worship Central writer Nick Herbert shares the story behind the song Praise The Lord (Evermore). The heart of the song is simply to thank God for ‘His great love’ whose very heart for us is shown at the cross and that his death would bring continual life to our praise whatever we may or may not feel.

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