Who We Are

The Music in Ministry Trust was started in 1989 by musician Bryn Haworth and his wife Sally to reach prisoners and ex-offenders across the UK through concerts, workshops, and worship services, to help build the church behind bars. Bryn also records CDs, and donates music equipment, books, songbooks and Bibles to prison chaplaincies to help bring faith, hope and courage to start to build a better life through faith in Jesus.

They also work to bring a better understanding of those incarcerated to the wider public.

Bryn is an acclaimed slide guitarist and singer songwriter who came to London from Lancashire in the late sixties and joined “Les Fleur de Lys” a motown/soul band which became house band for Atlantic Records in England. He has recorded as a session guitar player with Chris de Burgh, Joan Armatrading, Cliff Richard and Gerry Rafferty amongst others, and informally with Jimi Hendrix.

He made numerous radio and TV appearances, including John Peel’s legendary Radio One Show and appearances on BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test, as well as touring extensively in England and Europe supporting such artists as Traffic, Bad Company, Gallagher & Lyle and Fairport Convention.

In 1989 whilst helping to set up worship teams for the first Vineyard church in the UK he was called to prison ministry and has spent the last 35 years taking the Gospel and his music into prisons across the UK. He also performs concerts and shares his unusual and story in a wide range of venues.

Bryn has recorded 20 CDs, 3 of which are free for prisoners and prison chaplaincies: Inside Out, Time Out and Peace and Understanding

For more information about Bryn’s concerts and other CDs visit BrynHaworth.com

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