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Hi welcome to my website, here you will find information about me and my music.

Born in Dover I now live in Maidstone with my lovely husband Matt.

My first memories are of me singing, be that singing on my own early in the morning (boy did that bless my mum and dad) or sitting on my dad’s knee and him teaching me songs line by line (see it was his fault!), or getting hold of the nearest clothes peg to use as a mic and singing to my family!

I have been part of worship teams in one form or another since I was 6 when I joined the local church choir, being short I couldn’t see over the pew — but I could certainly be heard! The time I spent with the choir gave me an invaluable musical background for which I am very grateful. Since then I have continued to study and now teach singing (to both private pupils and groups). I also play the guitar and keyboards and teach recorder. You can find out about lessons here.

I am passionate about worship and music and I believe that we have only just started to understand and touch the edges of what God does when we worship Him together. My dream is to go deeper into the Father’s heart, help others to do so and, as a result, see people healed, delivered and set free as the presence of God fills our churches and ultimately our communities.

I am currently a worship leader at St. Luke’s Maidstone, and
I was part of the worship band for the Detling summer celebration since it first started and a regular worship leader there since 2004 until it’s last conference in 2014.

Matt and I have had several songs published and you can find these together with chord sheets and album listings here.

I have also sung on several albums — you can find the list so far here.

Together Matt & I are often asked to lead worship at conferences and events, and visit other churches in the UK and abroad to lead worship as well as teach and train worship teams – for more info click here.

If you would like more information or would like me to visit you please use the contact page to send me an email.

Many Blessings,

Helen