Kristyn Getty

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Kristyn Elizabeth Rebekah Getty (née Lennox, born 22 May 1980, in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is an Irish recording artist and worship leader. With her husband, she co-writes many new songs and hymns.

An acclaimed soloist in her own right, Kristyn began singing as a teenager in her family's church in Northern Ireland. She studied English Literature at Queen's University of Belfast (1998–2001).

She has also written a children's musical for the African Children's Choir and a volume of children's songs, Songs That Jesus Said.

Personal life[edit]

She is the daughter of Gilbert Lennox, an elder of Glenabbey Church Glengormley on the outskirts of Belfast, N.Ireland UK and she is the niece of the mathematician John Lennox.

On 16 June 2004 in Armagh, Northern Ireland she married Keith Getty.

In March 2011, the Gettys welcomed their first child, a daughter, Eliza Joy. In January 2014, the Gettys welcomed their second child, also a daughter, Charlotte Juliana.[1]

In December 2014, the Gettys announced, at a concert in Cleveland, Ohio, the expectation of their third child due in June 2015.[2] In July 2015, the Gettys welcome their third child, again a daughter, Grace Alexandra.[3]



For a list of songs written in collaboration with Keith Getty, see Songs by Keith Getty.


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