Warehouse Worship

Releasing a prophetic sound to the nations.

Warehouse Worship was birthed out of a desire to promote the worship and prophetic sound coming out of The Warehouse Church, Wales. The group is made up of songwriters, worship leaders, musicians and vocalists,  who have a passion and desire to bring heaven on earth through worshipping their Creator.

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In 2019 Warehouse Worship collaborated with Homegrown Worship to record and produce four new worship songs that were recorded live at The Warehouse Church.  Download, stream and watch the  latest releases, including the chord charts. 

LATEST RELEASES

There is Hope (Live)

‘There Is Hope’ was written by songwriter Harrison Pugh in 2019; who was aged 17 at the time of writing this song. 
 

This song came as he was worshipping God and soaking in his presence. He began to sing the name of Jesus.  He said; "I wrote about hope, and how Jesus resurrects people out of situations and dark times. Writing this song taught me that you can’t force a song out of nothing, but you have to just surrender everything to God and let his work be done through you and in you.”

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Heaven on Earth (Live)

‘Heaven on Earth’ was a collaborative writing between Founder/Senior Pastor of The Warehouse Church Robbie Howells and singer, songwriter and recording artist Adam Ranney; [Top of my Lungs, Jesus at the Centre, Speechless].

 

The song came out of a hunger to see God's presence come down on earth; touching the people and the nations. The song resounds with a bridge lifting up His name above the earth and declaring 'Holiness is Your Name'. 

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He is Here (Live)

‘He is Here’ was a prophetic song that came out of a Wednesday Night service at The Warehouse Church, through a time of intimate worship. As the team continued to press in, our pastor began to sing. ‘Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is Freedom’.  Then the rest of the song began to flow.

 The track ebbs and flows, gradually building up into a full resolution and realisation of the heart’s cry for the Presence of God.

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