Kay Morgan-Israel is a worship leader, songwriter and musician. 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.
Kay currently writes programmes known as ‘The Message in The Music’, sharing the scriptural message in her songs. In the talks she encourages listeners to be wholehearted in devotion to Jesus and to ask for His help to deepen our prayer life, knowing that the presence of God in our lives is cultivated through spending time alone in prayer, with our heavenly Father.
Kay is available to bring her songs and talks on the power of prayer and intimacy with God to your church or venue. She encourages congregations on the importance, the need and the power and effectiveness of churches praying corporately on a regular basis for their communities and to use scripture in their prayers. She also speaks on the need for authentic worship and praise where we linger in the Lords presence, seeking to truly meet with Him in our worship and praise times and effectively shows how prayer, worship and praise is interlinked and needs to be rooted in the Word of God. Isaiah 56:7/Matthew 21:13 My House shall be called a house of prayer for all nations.
"Thank you for your words, music and encouragement that you gave to us at our meeting in Glasbury last month. The response after your visit was amazing. The lady who you prayed over at the end of the evening said that the following morning her asthma condition had vastly improved. We would like to see you back in Glasbury in 2023. May you be blessed in serving our Lord through your ministry."
Darren Ricketts, Event Organiser