This week instead of a prayer, we have chosen a beautiful song that Garth wrote which tells the story of the words that were said to Stephen Lawrence as he was dying, by Louise and Conner Taafe. Garth had been given some information by a local radio station which he turned into this song. Archbishop Sentamu (then Bishop of Stepney) asked Garth to join him and Doreen and Neville Lawrence and some friends at the place where Stephen had been killed.
Kevin Mayhew Publishers in partnership with GingerDog Records are greatly looking forward to welcoming Garth Hewitt and his band this Friday for his first live concert in 18 months at St Peter's Church, Ipswich.
Garth is an English Christian singer‑songwriter and Anglican priest, active since the early 1970s. His commitment to social justice pervades his music and led him to found the human rights charity Amos Trust in 1985.
Following on from Garth's visit to the KM office last week, we decided an interview for our Blog was a must! Below he discusses his latest album 'Justice like a river', working with Cliff Richard, singing in Spanish and much more!