Jehovah-Jireh is the fifteenth song to be shared by Homegrown Worship.

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Rootsy southern rock and bluesy americana tones sneak through into this week’s Homegrown release Jehovah-Jireh. The song centres around the belief that we can be confident in God’s provision set to a backdrop of infectious guitar grooves. The uplifting truths unashamedly declared encourage the listener to trust in the name of God whose goodness has been seen through the coldest nights.

Songwriters are being invited to join the Homegrown Worship songwriting retreats in Gloucestershire on Saturday 6th October and Wednesday 24th October as the grassroots worship movement prepares to share songs twice weekly from January. Nearly a dozen artists, writers and churches have already sign up demonstrating the widespread appetite for new songs to be unearthed and shared.

Homegrown Worship nights will be taking place in;

Gloucestershire, Saturday 6th October
Dunfermline, Sunday 28th October
Sheffield, Friday 16th November
Bristol, Sunday 25th November

Full details for workshop and events tickets can be found here –


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