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.

Background[edit]

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.

Discography[edit]

  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]

References[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