Martyn Layzell

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Martyn Layzell (born 1975)[1] is Associate Vicar at Holy Trinity Brompton, an Anglican church in Central London.[2] He is also a worship leader and has regularly led worship at major Christian events including Soul Survivor and New Wine. He features on several live albums from those events both as a singer and a songwriter. He has produced two studio albums, Lost in Wonder and Turn my Face, the former winning Christian Booksellers Convention Worship Album of the Year 2004.


Martyn grew up in St Andrew’s Chorleywood where Mike Pilavachi was his youth leader. After a psychology degree at Birmingham University, he moved to Soul Survivor Watford, where he latterly worked as Worship Pastor. Martyn and his family moved to St Aldate's Church in Oxford[3] after six years at Soul Survivor, to take up the position of Worship Director. He then did a two-year Diploma in Ministry at Wycliffe Hall between 2008 and 2010, and was ordained at Holy Trinity Brompton in September 2010.


  1. With all my heart
  2. Sovereign Lord
  3. Lost in wonder
  4. Praise You
  5. Jesus Christ Emmanuel
  6. You opened up my eyes
  7. King Jesus I believe
  8. Devoted
  9. I'll never stop loving You
  10. All of me
  11. I surrender all
  1. Join the Song
  2. For Your glory
  3. Turn my face
  4. Through Your precious blood
  5. I stand in awe
  6. Immortal, Invisible
  7. Holding On
  8. If I should ever falter
  9. More than anything
  10. As Jesus walked

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Edgelely, Brian (2003). "Martyn Layzell: The Soul Survivor Worship Leader Is Lost In Wonder". Cross Rhythms. No. 77. Retrieved 21 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-01-01. Retrieved 2011-02-13.
  3. ^ St Aldate's speakers