Hillsong Worship Albums Ranked

Hillsong Worship (formerly Hillsong Live) is an Australian praise and worship group from Sydney, Australia, where they started making music in 1983 at Hillsong Church. Fifteen of their songs have appeared on the Billboard magazine charts in the US, with “What a Beautiful Name” (2016) representing their greatest success, reaching platinum in the US. The band has some notable members, including Darlene Zschech, Marty Sampson, Brooke Fraser, Reuben Morgan, and Joel Houston. The group was formed in 1983 out of Sydney, Australia, where they were located at Hillsong Church, while now they are spread across the globe. Their members have gone on to individually successful careers, the likes of Darlene Zschech, Marty Sampson, Brooke Fraser, Reuben Morgan, and Joel Houston. The group was called Hillsong Live until June 2014, when they took the name Hillsong Worship. Here are all of Hillsong’s Worship albums ranked.

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7. No Other Name (2014)

2 Minute Music Review - Hillsong - No Other Name - Frequency Podcast | Acast

” The lyrics are powerful testimonies of who Jesus is. There really isn’t a bad track, a song to skip, nothing. I don’t think I have heard a better Hillsong album, and I have been listening since the 1990s However, if you are looking for popping and lively music, this isn’t it. And it’s not supposed to be. It’s just plain worshipful from start to finish.”

6. Let There Be Light (2016)

Let There Be Light

“This album is, I think, the most solid offering Hillsong has given in a few years. While they have delivered year in year out, this album is so fully committed to centering the eyes and ears of the listener to Jesus it truly is hard to think of much besides God’s remarkable greatness, His amazing son Jesus and His Spirit’s work.”

5. Awake (2019)

Hillsong Worship – Awake (2019, CD) - Discogs

“The style of this album came across differently to me at first and wasn’t quite what I expected but I now consider that a very good thing. The more you listen and learn the words the better it gets. It’s an excellent CD and will lead you in worship if you’ll allow. Thank you Hillsong Worship for for sharing your God given gifts in a way that leads others to worship.”

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4. Cornerstone (2012)

Album Review : Hillsong Live - Cornerstone | Indie Vision Music

“I’ve been a huge Hillsong fan for a long time but I feel that with all the numerous amount of church bands copying their style, it’s hard to differentiate them all. After Hillsong became super popular it seemed like a couple of their albums were just to keep making music… Cornerstone is truly one of the better albums to date! It looks like they’re returning to those signature sounds as before with new song writers and new ideas.”

3. There Is More (2018)

Hillsong – There Is More (2018, Yellow, Vinyl) - Discogs

“I have to say this is probably my favorite Hillsong release in a long while. There are so many incredible songs on here you’ll probably be hearing in church soon. “Who You Say I Am” starts everything out with an anthem that just demands replay. Other great songs on here are “Be Still” and “God So Loved”. They also include a version of “So Will I” that sounds great, but find the video and watch it live. What they did with the stage for it was incredible. I can’t say there’s a weak song on this release. You’ll be worshiping with this one for a long time.”

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2. Open Heaven (River Wild) (2015)

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“If you want to go deep into worship with your eyes and heart on God and God alone. This album is a great place to start. I cannot listen to it without wanting to praise my God and without tears streaming down my face in the joy of his love for me. Each of us is in a different place spiritually and in our faith walk. This album is what I needed right now and it helps to keep me grounded in the only thing that I can place my trust, and that is our loving and faithful God.”

1. Glorious Ruins (2013)

Review Xtra – Hillsong : Glorious Ruins | Never for Nothing

“I love all of the songs by Hillsong. They are just so anointed and filled with the spirit of God. My favorite on this album is “Christ is Enough.” I sing it over and over. It gives my proper perspective on things. Doesn’t matter what happens in this world, “no turning back, Christ is enough.”