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C3 CHURCH CARLINGFORD'S POWERFUL SYNTH-POP PRAISE SONG PRODUCED TO CELEBRATE 25 YEARS OF MINISTRY




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NEWS SOURCE: C3
August 27, 2019

Following the release of an EP in 2018, C3 Church Carlingford is excited to release its latest track “We Will Not Be Moved”, written by Deb Sanasi, produced and arranged by Zach Walker. 

C3 Church Carlingford celebrate 25 of ministry years this month. As they look to the future, they are passionately wanting to explore new and fresh ways to elevate Jesus through music and hope this new track encourages those who hear it in their walk with God. 
 
We Will Not Be Moved is an upbeat and powerful synth-driven pop track that is stirring us to wake up spiritually, to worship Him and to advance His kingdom here on earth. It is a declaration of the power we have in Christ.

‘This song is defiant, it’s a battle cry against anything that seeks to interfere with our relationship with God and the victory we have in Christ.’  Deb Sanasi - Songwriter
 
The new track from C3 Carlingford ‘We will not be moved’ has the perfect blend of great melodies, glassy guitars and retro synths mixed with the solid themes around the faithfulness of God and the power to remain steadfast in a transient world. - Ryan Smith (Worship Leader)

Located in Northwest Sydney, C3 Carlingford is a church with a strong heritage of expressing their love for God through worship and songwriting. Their weekly worship services have been held in school halls since 1994, and this has been an opportunity for them to refine their contemporary worship sound whilst challenged by the limitations of being a portable church. 
 
The beautiful thing about the C3 Carlingford Worship team is that it is truly cross-generational. Many of the original worship team members are still serving, often alongside their now grown children.
 
In 2018, C3 Carlingford stepped into recording and released their Debut EP ‘Alpha’. This project took 18 months and was recorded in office spaces and bedrooms, the product was 5 homegrown songs that have resonated deeply throughout their congregation and this is only the beginning for them.

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