We Are One! is about Christians from different cultures working creatively together to serve the Lord as equal partners. So far, this has included a network of musicians and singers, working with several missionary-minded organisations like Le Rucher, YWAM-Rwanda, African Enterprise, United Bible Society and Palestine Bible Society. It has been a journey of faith and discovery for all of us.
What kind of things have you done together?
Prayer concerts, major national reconciliation events, smaller worship workshops, healing & reconciliation seminars, childrens conferences, plus numerous worship/reconciliation CD’s that reflect the talents of many musicians and singers across various cultures.
What countries have you worked in so far?
It all began in Northern Ireland. Then South Africa. Between 1999 - 2005 there were many visits to Rwanda. Since then, Zimbabwe, South Africa again, and just recently Israel/Palestine.
How long have you been doing all this?
We Are One! is now over 10 years old, and began life with a inter-denominational UK prayer concert tour and the release of a worship album of the same name, in 1996.
Who leads it?
The ministry is led by Dave Bankhead, an established worship leader, songwriter and record producer; co-writer of worship songs like Come on and Celebrate!Heal our nation, I will speak out! and Behold the Lamb.
What facilities do you have?
There’s no big buildings or offices, as such. But we do have a recording studio, called Moonstone Studios, which is located in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, UK. There’s also a music label called We Are One Music, that acts as an umbrella for copyright and publishing.
Thanks for visiting, and please drop us an e-mail if you have any comments or would like to get in touch for any reason.
From our album 'Grace Came Down' - available now in our shop
From our album 'Saviour of the Nations' - available in our shop
The title track of our original album, and theme of the ministry
A beautiful, prophetic song from Rwanda, now well known in that country
Already a favourite of African children in Rwanda, Zimbabwe and South Africa!
Website by Chris Juby