NOEL ROBINSON

NOEL ROBINSON

Noel Robinson is an international worship leader, music pastor, songwriter and producer whose mandate is to see the body of Christ rise up in worship, intercession and unity in this generation.

Noel has been involved in Worship ministry for over 20 years, and his ability to cross over the many cultural and diverse expressions of worship has allowed him to stand and lead at many leading events and conferences across the world. He has partnered with many ministries from Morris Cerrullo, Rienhard Bonnke, Spring Harvest, Baptist Assembly, AOG, Elim churches, Renewal Worship Encounters plus many more!

!Audacious

!Audacious

!Audacious believe that praise should not only be sung but lived out with courage and audacious enthusiasm. Since 2007, the !Audacious Band have toured the world through the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia, released 11 studio albums and 4 live albums and had their songs sung in churches around the world.

Based at !Audacious Church, Manchester – the band love to bring crowds to an encounter with Jesus as they take their high energy show out on tour to churches, conferences and festivals. Not just another church band, !Audacious bring fun, breakthrough praise and an encounter with God whenever they play.

Luke Hodgin

Luke Hodgin

Luke Hodgin is a London based songwriter, worship leader and producer. His music creates a space for authenticity, sincerity and depth, both in the studio and in live settings.

Over the past 9 years, Luke has developed a strong gifting in leading worship at conferences, events and gatherings across the UK and internationally. He has often lead worship at large conferences such as: European Leaders Advance (Encounter Rooms), New Wine, Kingdom Encounter, Frontiers International conference, Evangelical Alliance conferences, and PIH national conferences. 

Equally, Luke has a lot of experience in missional worship, for example; leading worship in south Asia with Frontiers, Ethiopia with Wycliffe, Kenya with the KCP and the many refugee camps of Northern France with Burn 24/7 and CTF. His adaptive style of worship has allowed him to lead worship in UK prisons, in UK Government with Christians in Politics and smaller settings such as leading worship with Martin Smith on a rooftop in east London.

Lou Fellingham

Lou Fellingham

If you’ve spent any time listening to Christian music, the chances are you’ve already heard Lou Fellingham sing. Not only as a songwriter and worship leader but as a woman who has been an ever-present in the music industry for the last 20 years. An internationally known worship leader, five albums in to a firmly-established ministry, she is known for her prophetic edge, distinctive voice, unwavering energy to see lives changed through the power of music and word.

With a heart that longs for people to know God and his outrageous love, Lou is tireless in her pursuit to write and record powerful songs and to lead people in singing truth that lifts their heads and stirs their hearts. Her critically acclaimed albums are packed with inspiring melodies wrapped around God exalting lyrics to remind us of who He is and who He has made us to be.

‘Ultimately we want the music we write to draw people to God. That by the power and presence of His Spirit people would have revelation of all that Jesus has done for us. That we can be restored to the Father. Worship is His gift to us. We’re made to worship our creator and He is worthy no matter what, but we find that as we give, we also receive.”

Embodying authenticity, spiritual integrity and communicating the power of the gospel has always been the anchor of her music, underpinning and emphasizing her musical gifting. Two years after the release of her last album, Fascinate, Lou Fellingham returns with This Changes Everything. Recorded live at the Old Market Theatre in her native Brighton, Lou’s new album captures her in her element: worshipping with a full band, among old friends, using new songs to communicate timeless truths.

The twelve new tracks have each been written in collaboration with other writers, from Jake Isaac, Chris Eaton and Michael Farren, to Noel Robinson, Tom Read and Mark Tedder, as well as Lou’s sister Emma Pears and husband Nathan Fellingham.

Bright City

Bright city

Bright City is the family of artists who serve the worship life of St Peter’s, Brighton through music, dance, production and visual arts. They unite around a vision to see their church, city and world come alive through worshipping Jesus with values of Authenticity, Bravery and Creativity.

Danny O’Callaghan

Danny O'callaghan

Danny O’Callaghan is a worship leader, singer and songwriter living with his wife, Beth, in London, UK. He has been involved in leading worship in local church for over 17 years and for last 4 years has called Kings Cross Church (KXC) home. Danny has previously been featured in worship compilations and participated in multiple events around the UK and Europe, including David’s Tent, Big Church Day Out, Creation Fest and New Wine.

In September 2016 he released his first solo EP project ‘Son of My Father’ which is an honest account of man’s journey into becoming a son. Expect 80’s sonic sounds and soaring vocals! Danny carries a heart to see people sing their own song to God. For people to see the true full potential of worship not as a ritual but rather a rich discovery of the Father’s intention for humanity. An intimate connection with him that inspires us to live a full life.

Kings Village

Kings Village

King’s Village is a group of friends, musicians & creative folk from Littlehampton, UK.

Sam Archer, Reuben Harsant & Jamie Mellor make up the creative core of King’s Village, with friends from within their community joining them live to bring the songs to life. Originally formed by Sam after years of solo material, King’s Village write songs of hope & joy that call God’s people to band together in worship.

The bands first EP – ‘No Place Without Hope’ – released in 2016, captured a live evening of worship at Wiston Chapel, West Sussex. This 16th century church served as a beautiful setting where friends gathered to sing and worship together.

“Hearing some of the new song’s from King’s Village, it’s encouraging to know that UK worship is still set to have a global impact.”  Tim Jupp, the Big Church Day Out

“King’s Village carry an authentic love for people and a gifting to lead us into the presence of God in worship. It’s a joy to know them and consider them friends.”  Sarah Yardley, Creationfest

KXC

KXC

KXC is a church in the heart of King’s Cross, in central London (UK), seeking to serve God’s purpose to make all things new. The music KXC has produced is a soundtrack to the story of the church, with songs written and sung by KXC worship leaders including Rich & Lydia Dicas, Karen Gillespie, Tom Eccleshall and others. The church is led by Pete and Bee Hughes and was planted in 2010. Having recorded two studio EP’s, KXC recorded their first full live album ‘All Things New’ at a worship night in Scala, Kings Cross, London and it was released July 2018. The worship team have played at numerous worship events including New Wine and David’s Tent.

Matt Hooper

Matt Hooper

Where it all started…

Music is in my blood. Growing up to Cash, Dylan, Seeger, Springsteen, Paul Simon, The Beatles I guess my musical DNA was set from an early age. I wanted to write the soundtrack to something great. I learnt from the protest singers of the 60’s that if you write the wordsyou can start a revolution. And if you write melodies you could help people have a good time too.

So I decided to write songs.
Great songs connect us.

They remind us who we are and what we love. I’ve played rock n roll in clubs & bars. I’ve led worship all over the world. I’ve seen God’s spirit connect with people in amazing ways in all kinds of places. Songs of hope and healing become stories that can help people in ways I never imagined.

Writing songs and helping people connect to God, to each other – These are my favourite things…

Nathan Jess

Nathan Jess

‘My approach doesn’t sit within the established generic worship mold,’ explains Nathan Jess – correctly, as it turns out. For the twenty something worship writer/leader from Northern Ireland, the ‘approach’ as he calls it is powerfully eclectic. To listen to a Nathan Jess song is to sit in the presence of a close friend you’ve never met before. His appeal is personal, universal and full of passion and truth.