Worship Central's third worship album, Let it be Known, has been at the top of the UK's Official Christian & Gospel Albums Chart since its release three weeks ago.
The album was recorded live in London by the Worship Central team, led by Tim Hughes and Al Gordon.
Other worship leaders featuring in the album include Ben Cantelon, Nikki Fletcher, Luke Hellebronth and Myles Dhillon.
The tracks on Let it be Known were written by the team at Holy Trinity Brompton, the church behind Worship Central.
Contributions also came from Martin Smith and Matt Redman, and the album was produced by Cantelon.
Popular tracks include "Dry Bones", the new anthem "Our Generation" and the title track and live video featuring Hughes.
Worship Central has also recently released the live worship video "The Same Power", an acoustic version of the song and a tutorial of how to play the song on acoustic guitar, all led by Cantelon.
Hughes, Cantelon and the Worship Central team will be heading to Canada this spring to play two dates, one in Vancouver on 23 May, and the other in Edmonton, from 24 to 26.