Hillsong United Worship Night


Hillsong United returns to South Africa.

After 5 years Hillsong United is finally returning to South Africa for a four city worship tour. The members will be in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Capetown and Durban in February/March 2013. This trip also coincides with the release of their latest Album “Zion”. 

“South Africa will be the first to hear the new songs as well as all the favorites” – JD.

Partnering with local churches and of course Hillsong Capetown, United members are hoping that people all across South Africa will come out and join them for what promises to be a significant night of worship.

“We are excited to be coming back – it's always fun in South Africa and especially catching up with our old Youth Pastor who is now in Cape Town full time!” – Joel

The tour kicks of on the 21st Feb – details are:

21 February 2013 – Rhema Bible Church, Randburg, Johannessburg

22 February 2013 – Rhema Bible Church, Randburg, Johannesburg

23 February 2013 – NG Kerk Morleta Park, Pretoria

26 February 2013 – His People Church, N1 City, Cape Town

1 March 2013 -  City Hill Church, Green Meadow Lane, Durban


Hillsong United Bio

The heart of Hillsong UNITED is to create music that reveals the truth of who Jesus is. In studio and out of the studio, on tour or at home, Hillsong UNITED is committed to writing songs that speak truth, create a unique sound, connects with churches, individuals and ultimately connects people everywhere with God.

Fronted by worship leaders Joel Houston, Jad Gillies JD and Matt Crocker,  the team is an evolving collaboration of pastors, worship leaders, musicians and songwriters - all intentional about giving voice to a generation passionate about God.

Everything UNITED does, whether it be from recording or writing songs, to playing them in front of people and all the production that goes with that, it’s all an expression of a really extraordinary God doing what only He can do through really ordinary people who love Him and want to serve Him. To simply serve God and allow Him to do what only He can do has always been the team’s desire.

“We’re going into this next season full of expectation and a desire to go further and deeper to find new ways to bring people into the presence of God, which is really not that difficult to do if we allow God to be God in the midst of it all.” – Joel Houston.