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Kensington Temple return with their upbeat gospel signature sound featuring 14 tracks of passionate worship
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It came as a big surprise that in such an established church the Senior Minister felt led to dramatically change the direction of the worship.
"I felt we needed to take a radical step in a new direction," stated Colin. "There was a big difference between the sound of our worship and the sound of music that non church goers would listen to. I wanted to reclaim that and produce worship that was representative of the sound of London, a sound that would reach out to our city in ways that our old style music was not doing."
A buzz started to grow and grow around Kensington Temple's new worship, and there became an ever increasing need to record all the songs. The result is the new KT CD, Forever, named after one of the lead songs of the album which has been incredibly popular with not only Kensington Temple's congregations, but others as well.
Forever CD by Kensington Temple was published by Kensington Temple in March 2013 and is our 61690th best seller. The ISBN for Forever CD is 5037300783147.
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|Page last updated||4th October 2014|
|Author / Artist||Kensington Temple|
|Publisher||Kensington Temple (March 2013)|