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"I hope to see people of all generations, all walks of life, and all musical genres come together and worship in unity. That's what we're about...bridging people together."

- Bradley Knight, Founder/Director

BK Bridge represents a divine global collaboration. With members hailing from countries such as Jamaica, Russia, Honduras, and Japan, these singers’ hearts were knit together while serving alongside one another as part of the Grammy Award-winning

Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir in New York City. One by one, God called each individual away from New York into different avenues of ministry. But their bond and passion for Spirit-filled worship remained. Now, under the direction of Dove Award-winning composer Bradley Knight, BK Bridge has been formed for such a time as this, to lift up the name of Jesus. Their name is a nod to the NYC Borough where they first met (BK) and the one common goal this diverse group of worship leaders share:

  • Bridge the nations.

  • Bridge the generations.

  • Bridge the Church.



Steeped in the pentecostal traditions of the Church of God denomination, Bradley's South Carolina upbringing ensured a rich musical heritage. He has served as Music Director for the Christ Church Choir (Nashville), Prestonwood Choir (Dallas), and The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. He is a Dove Award-winning producer, arranger, orchestrator, and worship leader. He currently lives in Dallas with his wife and five children, and has the privilege of traveling to churches of different denominations around the world, encouraging and equipping their worship ministries. His passion is to see people from all backgrounds join together to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth.


Crystal was born and raised as a devout Catholic in New Orleans. After graduating from the University of Texas with her degree in Retail Merchandising, she relocated to New York to pursue a career in fashion. Although she landed a coveted internship at a top fashion magazine and worked for three different fashion corporations, God had so much more in store. At the age of 23, Crystal dedicated her life to the Lord at a church in Brooklyn, where she began to serve as a worship leader in various ministries, including women, young adults, and as a Sunday morning soloist. Crystal currently serves on staff at a church in Times Square, in the heart of Manhattan.



Karen was born in Brooklyn, NY to Honduran immigrants. Raised in the Catholic church, she joined The Brooklyn Tabernacle at age 16, where her gift for singing was discovered when she joined the youth choir. Karen soon became a featured soloist and was known as "The Voice of The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir" for nearly three decades. During this time, she toured the world, ministering in countries such as Italy, Japan, Ghana, Trinidad, Bermuda, Barbados, and Nicaragua. Karen's season at BT ended in December of 2018. She now resides in Atlanta, traveling nationally and internationally as a soloist.  


Growing up in a military family, Brandon’s life included frequent relocations, from Philadelphia to Japan, then on to Maryland, where most of his formative years took place. There, his family attended a non-denominational church where Brandon began leading worship at the age of 13. As an adult, he continued pursuing his passion by forming Brandon Camphor & OneWay, where he has experienced success with four Billboard Top 30 radio singles and a Dove nomination. He currently travels nation-wide, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.


Born in the former Soviet Union, Alla's family emigrated to the United States at the age of six. Raised in a non-denominational worship leader's home in Seattle, Alla learned to love music and singing early in life. During her time sitting in on her church's rehearsals and worship practices, she first felt the power and presence of God, which has fueled her passion to use her voice in praise. Her desire is to lead others in experiencing the nearness of God. Alla has served at churches in Florida and New York as a choir director and worship leader, and now calls Dallas, TX home.


Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Aiysha's family emigrated to the United States when she was a child. She was raised in an Apostolic Pentecostal church, where her talent for singing was discovered and developed. As an adult, she continued to mature in her gifts as a soloist in Brooklyn, and she now serves as a worship leader at her church in Dallas, TX. 


Holly was born in Texas and raised in the mountains of Colorado. As the daughter of a Southern Baptist worship pastor, her passion for leading others in worship was formed at an early age. Holly is an author and speaker who ministers to women across the country. She also travels prolifically with her husband, leading worship at a different church every weekend. She now resides in Dallas, along with Bradley and their five children.


Born and raised in Prince George's County, Maryland, Durell's formative years were rooted in the Pentecostal church. His talent for dance took him to New York, where he studied with Alvin Ailey and performed in many prestigious venues including the Metropolitan Opera, Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center, among others. The Brooklyn Tabernacle became Durell's church home, where he discovered his gift for singing and leading worship. In February of 2019, Durell was called to full-time ministry. He served for two years in Charlotte, and now resides in Houston with his wife Hannah and three daughters, and serves as the Associate Worship Leader at Champion Forest Baptist Church.

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