Tim Hughes (born July 23, 1978) is a Christian worship leader and songwriter with Survivor Records.
He is currently Director of Worship at Holy Trinity Brompton, an Anglican church in central London and heads up Worship Central, a new worship training resource.
The son of an Anglican vicar, he grew up in Birmingham.
He later moved to High Wycombe as a teenager because his father was appointed vicar of St Andrew's Church, Hatters Lane.
In 1997, aged only 19, Hughes was asked by Mike Pilavachi to lead worship at the Soul Survivor festivals. He also studied History at Sheffield University, graduating in 2000.
Prior to his current post, Hughes worked at Soul Survivor Watford Church, where he was Worship Pastor (the current Worship Pastor is Ben Cantelon). He moved to Holy Trinity Brompton in 2005 and, with Associate Director of Worship Al Gordon, has set up the Worship Central project.
Tim Hughes has recorded and released three albums: Here I Am to Worship in 2001, When Silence Falls in 2004 and Holding Nothing Back in 2007. His Dove Award-winning song "Here I Am to Worship" has become a world-renowned worship song.
Other well known tracks of his include "Beautiful One"; "Jesus, You Alone"; "Consuming Fire"; "living for your glory"; and "Whole World in His Hands". Holding Nothing Back, his third album, was released on April 3rd, 2007, and includes songs like "The Highest and the Greatest", "God of Justice", and "Everything".
Hughes' songs are published by in the UK by Survivor Records and distributed globally by EMI CMG
Hughes published Passion For Your Name in 2003, in which he gives his advice on many issues, including worship leading and songwriting. He has also recently published a book called Holding Nothing Back, the same name as his third album.
Hughes leads a school of worship known as "Worship Central" based at Holy Trinity Brompton .
Christian Today, the online news site, reports Hughes as saying “the heart is to find as many ways possible to resource worship leaders and musicians to strengthen the church.”
With Love Shine Through, veteran worship songwriter Tim Hughes offers an exceptional set of songs for the church. Join in worship with anthems like "Counting On Your Name," "Never Stop Singing," "Wake Up," and more.
UK-based songwriter and worship leader Tim Hughes takes to the stage for a powerful evening of live worship, featuring guest appearances from Delirious? frontman Martin Smith and MC crew The 29th Chapter. Happy Day includes explosive live renditions of "Beautiful One," "Here I Am to Worship," "Consuming Fire," and more.
The third studio release from highly sought-after songwriter and gifted performer Tim Hughes captures the essence of worship in elegant yet simple statements of faith and devotion. Features eleven brand new songs including "Happy Day," "The Highest and Greatest," "Out of the Darkness," and more.
Join worship leader Tim Hughes in this vibrant look at God's amazing glory. From the mountains that shout for joy to encounters with the divine, he will help you see God's greatness and wonder in the everyday world and events that surround you. A fitting companion to Hughes' album of the same name.
Tim Hughes, author of the worship anthem, "Here I Am To Worship," has taken his place as one of today's premier voices to worship leaders and songwriters. His passion is to see worship leaders "keep it real" as they walk out their journey of discipleship before God and man.
From the UK, Tim stresses the importance of writing biblically sound worship music, and candidly addresses issues of accountability in the worship leader's life. Practical and inspiring, Tim calls us to fall forward as worshipers, toward the throne of God.