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‘Dove meets Stellar’ this 27th November in the beautiful St. Paul’s Hammersmith at the first-ever ‘best of British’ Step FWD Awards. This definitive UK Christian and Gospel music awards will honour 40+ years of legacy whilst celebrating the abundance of talent nationally.

Thanks to the fantastic 7-year strong data system of the UK Christian Charts the nation and the world will be treated to the Song Of The Year from each of the 12 music categories as listed below:

Contemporary Worship

Contemporary Gospel

RnB / Soul

Electronic / Dance

ChillHop / LoFi

Indie / Folk / Acoustic





Poetry / Spoken Word

Rock / Metal

Voting kicks off this weekend with all 150+ Judges and the public getting the chance to have their final say in which of the 131 No.1 tracks will get the 12 Song of the Year titles. Other music awards on the night include Duo/Group, New Artist, Male and Female, Producer and Video of the Year.

A big highlight of the night will be the honouring of many individuals, who across decades have paved the way for the current generation and on whose shoulders the Christian music industry stands. A few of these Outstanding Contribution names will be announced starting Tuesday 12th October. Lifetime Achievement and Legacy Awardswill be a most substantial event for the entire scene.

Before and during these unprecedented times, A Step FWD has been a premier one-stop-shop location for various musical styles and genres via the UK Christian Charts and for events, news and more. Some of the top names have featured in previous events and activities from the Step FWD team such as Matt Redman, Muyiwa, Tim Hughes, Noel Robinson, Graham Kendrick, Lurine Cato and more so expect the Step FWD Awards to go above and beyond to secure the best performance experiences for you!

So join A Step FWD Director Michael Akinle (video above) as you won’t want to miss the biggest networking black tie event the country will have seen in recent years. Book your tickets now and get ready to vote for your Song of the Year as we honour and celebrate ‘the best of British’.

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