Integrity Music announces the release of The Journey: A Collection from Switzerland's ICF Worship, the sound of the International Christian Fellowship church movement birthed in Zurich. The 13-track project is a celebration of the long and challenging journey of ICF and the songs of The Journey tell their story.
Before making Zurich's Samsung Hall their home, ICF bounced from one location to another, meeting everywhere from bowling alleys to school halls. Despite the challenges, ICF grew exponentially both in faith and number and have now planted churches around the world. Their vision is to build faith communities where people find a relationship with Jesus, experience true love and fellowship and where their gifts are discovered and encouraged.
Along the way, the ICF Worship team has been writing songs that reflect their dependence on and trust in God. These include "King (Friend of Mine)," "All About You," "Go," "The Journey" and their latest single, "Unstoppable," all of which appear on The Journey.
ICF Worship is not simply a band or a group of musicians writing worship songs and performing. It is strongly connected with and focused on the local churches of the ICF Movement and beyond. They aim to write songs that connect with churchgoers while also speaking to someone who is new to the Gospel or to church.
ICF Worship has its roots in the ICF Zurich church founded in 1996 in the largest city in Switzerland. Having started with a passion to reach out across the country to people in a contemporary and modern way, today ICF Zurich is a non-denominational church with over 3,000 weekend attendees spread across seven different locations within the city and its surroundings. It is also one of the biggest church movements in the German speaking area, with over 50 churches in Switzerland and throughout Europe.
ICF has been releasing albums for half of its two decades of ministry, with several national chart successes, including current singles "All About You" and "Unstoppable." For more information, visit www.icf.church.