Destiny Church, Glasgow - Free To Worship

Wednesday 1st December 2004
Destiny Church, Glasgow - Free To Worship
Destiny Church, Glasgow - Free To Worship

STYLE: Rock
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 10680-9670
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £10.00

Reviewed by Mike Rimmer

Those of you who may have become familiar with Glasgow's Destiny Church through the TV broadcasts of their services will already know that it's a vibrant centre of faith. Listening to this worship album, I am relieved that unlike other big British churches I could mention, they haven't gone the dull predictable route of simply becoming Hillsong clones. Instead this worship album draws on the gifting and songwriting skills of a congregation which includes the talents of Pete Morrison and Tim Cheshire from Superhero and the emerging skills of Sam Gallagher and others. The result is a sparky album of anthemic praise including standouts like the Gallagher penned title cut and the jangling "All My Strength". As well as the rockers, there are some wonderful intimate moments including the drifting "There's No Place" and the acoustic "Available To You". The result is an original raw passionate worship album that is to be applauded.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. All My Strength [Listen]
2. Free To Worship [Listen]
3. As We Worship [Listen]
4. There's No Place [Listen]
5. In Everything [Listen]
6. Friend [Listen]
7. Because Of You [Listen]
8. You Reign [Listen]
9. Available To You [Listen]
10. Rise Up My Soul [Listen]

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