Worship Central still at Number 1 on Official Christian And Gospel Cha

London-based Christian collective Worship Central are Number 1 on the Official Christian And Gospel Chart for a second week running with their new live album, Let It Be Known.

Worship Central hold onto the Official Christian And Gospel Chart top spot for a second week in a row.

London-based Christian collective Worship Central are Number 1 on the Official Christian And Gospel Chart for a second week running with their new live album, Let It Be Known.

The UK’s first Official Christian And Gospel Albums Chart was launched earlier this month by the Official Charts Company, in partnership with Christian charity Compassion, to recognise the growing interest in the genre.

The Official Christian And Gospel Chart is published every Monday on www.officialcharts.com and boradcast on leading Christian radio stations Premier (Tuesdays from 5pm), and UCB (on Thursday from 10pm and repeated on Sunday from 6pm).

New Entries

There are five new entries on this week’s Official Christian And Gospel Chart, led by John Butt and Dunedin Consort's reconstruction of Bach’s St. John Passion at Number 3.

Australian Pentecostal Christian worship leader Darlene Zschech debuts at Number 4 with her new album, Revealing Jesus, while American Christian artist Misty Edwards enters at Number 10 with her new live album, Only A Shadow.

Fathers David Delargy and Eugene and Martin O'Hagan, AKA The Priests, account for this week’s other two new entries. Their Best Of Collection, Then Sings My Soul enters at Number 18, followed by their 2009 album, Harmony, at Number 20.

You can see this week’s Official Christian And Gospel Chart Top 20 in full, here.