Debuting in time for the celebration of Easter, Hillsong Worship is unveiling “Grace To Grace,” their newest single composed by Joel Houston and Chris Davenport. In support of the song, “Grace To Grace” is being released digitally to all accounts.
“We’re here for a journey,” Joel Houston said of the song. “It’s a process that involves taking up our cross and denying ourselves, following him daily. It’s a process that involves humility and surrender time and time again, and it’s impossible without grace. That’s the picture for me. Grace upon grace upon grace upon grace.”
Uniting with Kari Jobe, Jesus Culture, Passion, Elevation Worship, Martin Smith and Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church, Bobbie Houston, Hillsong Worship will trek across the U.S. and Canada this April as part of the OUTCRY Tour 2016. For tickets and additional information on the tour, click here. Their latest live album Open Heaven / River Wild (2015) debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart and Australia’s ARIA Album Chart.
About Hillsong Worship:
Hillsong Worship is the congregational expression of worship from Hillsong Church – a global church with local expressions. Their music captures the heart and sound of Hillsong Church globally and represents the coming together of the Hillsong worship team from around the world; including Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston, Ben Fielding, Dave Ware, Annie Garratt and many more. Since 1992, Hillsong Worship has resourced the local church and received gold and platinum album status multiple times, writing such well-known worship songs as “Shout To The Lord,” “Hosanna,” and “Mighty to Save,” which was awarded the 2009 Dove for Worship Song of the Year. Their 2014 release of No Other Name was awarded the GMA Dove Award for Worship Album of the Year. Their latest live album Open Heaven / River Wild (2015) debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart and Australia’s ARIA Album Chart.
About Hillsong Church:
In August 1983, Brian and Bobbie Houston founded the Hills Christian Life Centre in the Hills District of Sydney, Australia. It has grown from a congregation of 45 to what is said to be the largest local church in Australian history. It has now expanded to be a global church with local expressions in significant cities; with churches in Australia, London, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Cape Town, Stockholm, Germany, Kiev, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Phoenix. Each week, tens of thousands of people across the globe call Hillsong Church ‘home’ and the reach, impact and influence of this local congregation is seen across many nations.