Worship Central's free downloadable training course has only been going for six months but it has already spread across 43 countries.
A total of 430 Worship Central training courses have been registered across the UK and worldwide.
The course is made up of seven sessions designed to train and equip local church worship teams.
It has taken six years to develop and incorporates the ideas and experience of top theologians, leaders, worship pastors and songwriters.
The course covers the practical and theological aspects of leading worship in the 21st century, such as releasing creativity and authenticity.
Tim Hughes, Worship Director at Holy Trinity Brompton, London and Director of Worship Central, said: "I am passionate about this course because we are aware of the need for training worship leaders and teams around the world.
"We are excited to be able to make this resource available without charge and hope that it will be a great blessing to the church."
The course is not only geared towards worship leaders, but is suitable for musicians, productions teams and anyone with a heart for worship.
"The Worship Central Course is an invaluable resource for developing the worship life of our church," said Chris Sayburn, worship pastor at St George’s Church, Leeds.
Tom Read, worship pastor at The Vine Church, Hong Kong, said: "A fantastic resource for the local church. It’s great to have the tools needed to build our growing team."
To download the Worship Central Course, visit worshipcentral.org
Worship Central spreads worldwide
Published 16 April 2012