Gas Street Music
Gas Street Music
Gas Street Music is the sound of Gas Street Church in Birmingham, UK; they’re a community with a deep desire to worship God and see His Kingdom come. They believe every area of life should be woven in worship, leading people wholeheartedly into an encounter with Jesus.
Those who follow Britain’s continuing contribution to modern worship music will recognise the name Worship Central. Linked to Birmingham’s St Luke’s church, pastored by Tim and Rachel Hughes, Worship Central has trained a new generation of worship leaders while albums bearing the Worship Central name caused several songs to become favourites with the worshipping Church. But now there’s a new name for Worship Central-sourced albums – Gas Street Music.
“We feel more passionate than ever about Worship Central and all that it has tried to achieve and carry through the years, which is essentially to pour petrol on the fire of worship particularly in the local church. The way that has outworked itself the most is our heart for training and equipping. We’ve run the Worship Central academy for years; we’ve had a Worship Central course out there for worship teams – we’re actually just working on an updated version which we’ll release in due time. And then obviously the different training events and that’s looked different during Covid. We feel more passionate about that whole training piece than ever so that’s going to carry on, hopefully bigger and better. But we felt the need to root ourselves musically and through song in our local church. So we’ve stopped releasing music as Worship Central and put all our creative efforts through the church and that community.”