SUNDAY, JULY 21 // 6.30 PM

10:10 Music Night


All are invited to join us Sunday, July 21, for 10:10 Music Night directly following The Five! Light snacks will be provided in the Upper Hall as we gather to enjoy cover songs and original music by members of the HTC community. 

HTC Music aims to tell the stories of our community with sound and song.

Click below to access our music on Spotify®.

The Pearl of Great Price


Based on the late 19th century hymn “O That Pearl of Great Price”, this song was written in tangent with Pastor Jamie Haith’s short story “The Pearl”. The story tells of a chance meeting between a police officer, Constable Greg Price, and an old lady, Pearl Buchanan, on a park bench in St James’ Park, London. Conversation ensues and what first appeared to be a routine check in with a homeless lady, turns out to be a life changing moment for the Constable. 

Click on the links below to read the story and listen to the song.

I Will Follow


Every Sunday morning, we invite the kids at HTC to run up to the stage and sing a song with us (complete with actions). It’s become one of our favorite moments of the service. When we realized we needed more songs for them to sing, our pastor Jamie suggested we try our hand at writing some original music. This album is the result – it features songs that have come out of our community, and songs that our community has adopted as its own. We’ve arranged and recorded them in a style that’s accessible for the whole family, which is why we call it “Family Worship”, and our prayer is that your family is led to do just that as you celebrate along with us.

Everything We Have is Yours


Recorded in basements, living rooms, kitchens, and offices around Northern Virginia, Everything We Have is HTC Music‘s debut album. It began as a 4 song EP, and slowly evolved as we recorded 7 singles over the course of 2016. We prayerfully considered which songs to pursue and include, and the result is a musically diverse album with a singular heart of worship. Jono Davies from Louder Than the Music gave Everything We Have high marks, saying the songs were “exciting and heartfelt” and that “they feel fresh lyrically and melodically.” He goes on to say: “I got lost in worship from the start – a really wonderful album.”