These events have been extremely well received from London in the South to Warrington and Billingham in the North, as well as packing them in at the Greenbelt Christian Festival in 2007 and 2008.
The Rock Eucharist website has received a major overhaul.
Further updates to the YouTube channel for your enjoyment and blessing.
The revamp of the site is now complete and all features are available.
New style website is under construction. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Version 9 of the popular event will go live in Autumn 2020.
theREIGN has massively updated its presence on SoundCloud
theREIGN has updated its presece on YouTube
Update on Forthcoming Events
In a bid to capture the energy and power of their live shows, theREIGN began recording concerts in early 2010 and released their first collection of live recordings in September 2011. The album featurese a number of their original worship and concert favourites, a few of the most powerful modern worship songs in the church and a couple of secular covers. The collection is presented in CD-Extra format, including plenty of bonus multi-media content.
Catalogue Number: TFK006CD
theREIGN’s second studio album was launched in June 2006, and listeners will immediately notice a difference from their debut. As well as the obvious lineup changes, the new album marks a change in emphasis for the band’s music. Whilst songs such as Song of Love and I Will Love You follow the path of individual and corporate worship begun by their debut, others such as Prodigal, Charcoal Skies and the title track are very much performance oriented and focussed more on the band’s faith and how it interacts with the world.
Catalogue Number: TFK005CD
theREIGN’s debut CD featured a variety of musical styles from all-out rock worship to gentle, guitar based ballads, including three songs recorded live at their home church, St Barnabas. All 11 of the tracks were written by lead singer, David Cooper, more-than-ably assisted by a full live band for the first time.
Catalogue Number: TFK003CD