Worship Central’s New Album ‘Set Apart’ Breaks Into UK Top 40 Album Chart

Worship Central's New Album Set Apart Breaks Into UK Top 40 Album Chart

Worship Central have released their third live album titled ‘Set Apart’ which has broken into the Top 40 UK Album Chart sitting at #36 in the midweek charts in its first week of release.

The success of the release follows in the footsteps of their debut live album, ‘Spirit Break Out,’ which charted at #75 in 2011 and ‘Let It Be Known,’ which started 2013 off with a top #48 release.

‘Set Apart’ features Tim Hughes, Ben Cantelon, Al Gordon, Nikki Fletcher and Luke Hellenbronth.

Tim Hughes says; “Every movement needs a soundtrack and so with the release of ‘Set Apart,’ here’s ours. It’s been fantastic to see these songs develop and take flight. This album captures our heart to see a generation set apart, living for something more than money, fame and success. A recent BMW advert has a picture of a new red car with the slogan, ‘Set Yourself Apart.’ Well, there is something that is more valuable to be set apart for, other than a flash car! We’re believing for an army of worshippers to rise up, who will not be bound by the values of this age, but will be free, radical and full of the life that only Christ can bring… ‘Set Apart’ and unhindered.”

“I hope this album will capture your heart and attention. At the end of the day here are a collection of songs written in response to God’s unbelievable kindness and overwhelming glory.”

Based in London, Worship Central is a worship training school founded by Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB), the church that developed – and gave away – the Alpha Course.

Worship Central shares that same DNA of generosity, focusing on equipping and empowering local church worship leaders by offering free training courses and networking local leaders around the globe.

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