The Filling Station Cirencester will be welcoming Tim Hughes on Wednesday March 21st at the Boutflour Hall, Royal Agricultural University.
There is no charge, and all are welcome.
TIM HUGHES – Profile
Born in 1977 to Revd John and Annie Hughes, both of whom have been speakers at the Filling Station in Cirencester, he grew up in High Wycombe before moving as a teenager to Birmingham when his father was appointed vicar to St John’s Church Harborne. He studied History at Sheffield University before graduating in 2000.
Tim Hughes is well known for his highly successful music career as both a writer and worship leader which began in 1997 when he was invited to lead worship at Soul Survivor, a large annual Christian gathering. In 2005 he took up a position at Holy Trinity Church in Brompton, central London as Worship Director. He was also the co-founder of Worship Central an international worship training and resource centre. He is the author of many well known modern Christian worship songs such as Here I am to Worship.
After training for ordination at St Mellitus College in London he was ordained a deacon in 2013 and a priest a year later at St Mary’s Abbots’, Kensington, London. He moved to Birmingham in 2015 to begin his present ministry at the purpose-built facility of St Luke’s Church, Gas Street, a building consecrated as an Anglican church.