Church Soars On With Debut Single 'God Of The Impossible' By Sounds of New Wine

Sep 17 2018

In the face of great adversity, one of the UK’s leading Pentecostal Churches, the iconic, London-based New Wine Church is celebrating its 25th year anniversary with the new release by its vibrant music ministry team of its debut single, 'God Of The Impossible' on 14th September.

'God Of The Impossible,' released under the group name, Sounds of New Wine, is a melodic and inspiring song of promise. The arrangements and honesty in the vocals tell a story of enduring hope.

The single, which will drop with an official music video, comes in fulfilment of a vision birthed 9 years ago by the founding pastor, Dr Tayo Adeyemi and nurtured to completion by his successor, Pastor Michael Olawore who passed away in July this year.

'God Of The Impossible' profoundly captures the spirit of hope and resilience that New Wine Church continues to demonstrate through their determination to trust God in all situation. Lawrence Johnson, former co-founder of the famous London Community Gospel Choir and now Creative Director of the church’s music ministry said:

“As a church, we have been tested by challenges and God has proven His unfailing love in bringing us successfully through the tests. We know He will continue to do so.”

Made up of a team of 135, the passionate desire of Sounds of New Wine is that their debut single delivers a resonant message of hope, uplifting and inspiration to others.

'God Of The Impossible' was produced and co-written by London based producer Goz-I-Am, with Lawrence Johnson as Executive Producer. The lead vocal is delivered by Kate Oiahimire and Glenn Gwazai. The single will be available for download and streaming on all major outlets including Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon Music.

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