Kay Morgan-Israel is a worship leader, songwriter and musician, living in the South West of England. She was born and brought up in the South Wales valleys. She had a dramatic experience with Jesus at the age of 27 and was born again, healed of anxiety instantly. In 2006 she started ministering her songs and leading worship around the UK, since having a clear call to ‘minister to the saints’. Kay has a heart to lead people into intimate worship with God and desires to see the church in restoration (being like the church in the book of Acts) and moving in the miraculous power of God. She believes in body ministry, each part playing its part and has a heart to see others released into their God given call.
In 2019 she released her first album, Alabaster Jar, the title taken from the scripture, Luke 7:36-50. The album is a 15 track CD, with the theme of: intimacy with God and cultivating the presence of God in our lives. The album moves from exuberant praise to longing and seeking to know Jesus, Father and the Holy Spirit in a greater depth.
Since 2019 Kay has started to pioneer a ministry of intercession gatherings, at times partnering with churches, using intercession songs and prophetic songs to draw people into prayer and intercession. She speaks on the value and power of prayer, both private and corporate. She has a heart to see people saved, healed and delivered and offers gospel gathering meetings where she shares the message in her music, that of the cross, new birth, and to believe to do the greater things Jesus said we would do as we seek to live our lives led by and in the power of the Holy Spirit (Luke4:14). Currently Kay has a radio programme, Message in the Music, playing on NSCR every Sunday at midday and repeated at 8:30 pm. This has also been aired on Branch FM and Heartsong Live.
"Kay has a great personality and she is a passionate Praise & Worship singer. It has been a huge blessing to have her at our event. She is very talented, gifted in this area and her music reflects her special love for God. One of the songs she wrote specifically for our event and sang was very blessed. God was there and we were all blessed! May God continue to perfect her gift and use her in Jesus name." Patricia Wagner, Event Organiser.