Parishioner of All Saints’, Belfast, launches debut album

Wednesday November 14th 2018

Singer Stephanie Devlin launches her debut album at All Saints’ Parish, Belfast, on November 23.

Stephanie Devlin, a Belfast-born singer who is currently studying Music at Durham University, will launch her debut album of Christian songs in her home parish of All Saints’, Belfast, on November 23.

The album Blessings features 12 beautiful hymns and songs, presented with gentle piano and strings accompaniments by producer Jonathan Rea.

The list includes classics like When I Survey and Holy, Holy, Holy, as well as Hillsong’s Worthy is the Lamb, modern hymns from the Getty and Sovereign Grace catalogues and Laura Story’s moving ballad, Blessings.

The songs featured are have all had a profound influence on Stephanie’s personal journey of faith. Growing up in a Christian family and hearing the gospel preached faithfully through church and Christian camps, Stephanie became a Christian at a young age, and she is passionate about using her music to point to God’s glory. 

Stephanie is a classically trained singer and as a Music student at Durham University, she is a Choral Scholar at St John’s College. Both her classical and Celtic roots can both be heard in this album.

Stephanie is passionate about communicating her faith through her music and sings with a natural purity which conveys the lyrics with exceptional clarity and gently persuasive power.

The launch of ‘Blessings’ will take place in All Saints’ Church on November 23 at 7.30pm. On the evening, there will be live performances from the album by Stephanie, Jonathan Rea and other guest musicians.

Stephanie’s album will be available to order from iTunes, Amazon, Spotify or from from November 24.

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