Mercy Road, the very first studio album from Worship Central, breaks new ground for the worship Group from Holy Trinity Brompton – home of the Alpha Course.
The creative talent behind the bestselling Set Apart and Let It Be Known return to create this, an album unlike anything they’ve ever done before. Mercy Road is a studio album one year in the making, and populated with songs full of life and poignancy. The album’s 10 tracks are all distinctive, each with a message,a voice, and a heart to see more of God.
Bringing their own talent and passion for praise, leading worship leaders Tim Hughes, Luke & Anna Hellebronth, Nick Herbert, Josh Gauton & Ben Cantelon sing along with these new songs for the Church. Along with this vocal talent, Mercy Road includes writing collaborations with Phil Wickham, Chris Tomlin, Reuben Morgan and others, to make sure the songs remain as timeless expression of worship for all who sing them.
Worship Central are fast becoming the UK’s answer to far-flung worship groups such as Hillsong United, Bethel Music, and Elevation Worship. Their music is made of simple words that carry great power, and with a musical style to connect with even the most modern of worshippers.
Pouring out new songs of praise, Mercy Road’s pitch-perfect praise (including the triumphant He Lives, that cries to be sung by a multitude of voices) is a valuable resource at the forefront of UK worship.