Integrity Music Europe, a division of David C. Cook, is inviting all songwriters to share their own corporate worship songs that are resourcing their local church.

Running from July 1st until July 31st the competition is open to anyone and everyone who wishes to submit a song for inclusion*. You might not think you’re the next Matt Redman or the new John Wesley, but WeAreWorship is excited about discovering the songs that are inspiring worshippers today.

Worship - like church - thrives when it finds its lungs in a local community. And local churches are often the birthplace of some of the best worship songs around.

"We believe that there are some hidden gems showing local expressions of worship that deserve to be heard by a wider audience" said Jonathan Brown, Managing Director, Integrity Music Europe. "We wanted to find a way to encourage local worshipping communities to share their work with a wider audience, and also to celebrate and encourage new talent."

Les Moir, Director of A&R, adds: "We've been privileged to have been stewards of some of the most popular worship songs in the world, but we know there are even more being sung at a local level. We think they deserve to be shared, and simply by entering the contest every song has the chance to be heard around the world.”

The song that wins the most votes will win an amazing prize; an invitation to join Executive Producer Les Moir (Graham Kendrick, Tim Hughes, Matt Redman) and his team for a day in the studio. The song will be recorded and made be available from the WeAreWorship website.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyoZ6WciSbE. Full details of how to enter and full terms will be available from July 1st 2013 at www.weareworship.com

*(terms and conditions apply)

About
Integrity Music Europe is a division of David C Cook, a leading nonprofit global resource provider serving the Church with life-transforming materials. Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Integrity’s resources are distributed in more than 160 countries and sold worldwide.

Originally founded as a direct-to-consumer music club in 1987, Integrity grew into one of Christian music’s biggest success stories and in the process helped ignite the widespread popularity of contemporary praise and worship music.

Integrity Music’s roster includes: Stuart Townend, Martin Smith, Graham Kendrick, Tim Hughes, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche, Rend Collective Experiment, Worship Central, All Sons & Daughters, New Life Worship, ALM:uk, Planetshakers, Brian Doerksen and GRAMMY Award winners Israel Houghton and Matt Redman.

 


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