You know Hillsong UNITED even if you really don’t know them by name. You know them by their music.
The Sydney-dependent band’s worship tunes are sung by 50 million churchgoers every single Sunday early morning (according to the brand new trailer for their approaching documentary, Hillsong – Permit Hope Rise).
From “a tiny town church to a around the world phenomenon”, Hillsong UNITED has ignited a enthusiasm in the hearts of younger and outdated in praise to the 1 Accurate God.
Director Michael John Warren, known for his operate on rapper Jay-Z’s Fade to Black, captures that fervor and their God-glorifying tale in this new music documentary. Not a religious human being, Warren suggests that “doing work with the group has manufactured him a far better human being, even although he’s not a believer”.
Hillsong – Permit Hope Rise is rated PG for some thematic things and releases in theaters on September 16, 2016.
Check out out the new trailer for Hillsong – Permit Hope Rise: