Thank you for visiting my website. Here you will find news and information about me and my ministry as well as blog posts to point you towards Jesus, books and songs as well as a calendar of events – where I hope to see you soon. If I am not in your area, please get in contact and we could arrange a visit?

I am passionate about making Jesus known and pointing people towards Him. All articles are free to access. All songs come with free chord charts and audio samples, however sheet music is available for purchase from the shop as well as professionally recorded CDs and books that I have written.

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Together in Christ – Matt McChlery


  • A weekly podcast that explores biblical themes behind worship songs in a devotional format. This week we look at James 5:16 where we explore the power of prayer. The song ‘Unlimited’ is also available at the end of the podcast for you to engage with. Subscribe to receive automatic new episodes on Spotify and Apple

  • I was invited to visit Wisbech Grammar School on Tuesday. I spoke in the Year 4 Class in their Religious Education lesson. They are learning about ‘Religions in Our Community’ and I went to tell them about the church I am part of and work for – The King’s Church, Wisbech. We explored the idea

  • Here is a video of a sermon I preached a couple of weeks ago. It is the first part of a 3-sermon series about Mary of Bethany and what we can learn from her about waiting upon the Lord and enjoying his presence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0-AJ9F_DJs Listen to more sermons… Sermon: The Psalms in Trouble Sermon: Warning!


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    Beautiful Rain is a poetic song I wrote with my friend, Diane Devine. It started off as her original idea and she invited me to come alongside and help her finish it off. I like the metaphorical elements of the song – something that is not used very much in worship songwriting these days –

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    This is a reworking of the old traditional Christmas carol ‘As with gladness men of old’. Some of the original verses have been tweaked a bit (or omitted) and it comes with an arrangement that works well for a worship band rather than an organist – so should hopefully fit in well within a modern

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    This worship song is a personal confession of how we continue to need the saving grace of Jesus every day. Sometimes we get complacent and forget that our salvation does not depend upon us at all, but wholly upon Jesus and his strength, power, love and grace. If you would like to use this song


  • Last week we explored the theme of waiting upon the Lord and enjoying his presence. It was a good service and many were touched. It was made more special by the willingness of the leaders and congregation to respond to The Word and ‘wait’ upon the Lord during the sung worship. This is what we

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    This song was written during a time on transition and uncertainty in my local church. It reflects this season and was used effectively during that time in corporate worship. It lends itself to working well within any uncertain situation where we need to remind ourselves that God is in control and we are called to

  • On Sunday I was leading the time of singing at church, which means I also get to choose the set-list! The sermon was based on the Psalms and focused around the theme of having the freedom to express our emotions to God in times of trouble, seeking his face in the midst of the storm