Tim Hughes (born August 23, 1978) is a Christian worship leader and songwriter with Survivor Records, who is currently Director of Worship at Holy Trinity Brompton, an Anglican church in central London and heads up Worship Central, a new worship training resource. The son of an Anglican vicar, he grew up in High Wycombe, later moving to Birmingham as a teenager as his father was appointed vicar of St John's Church, Harborne. In 1997, aged only 19, Hughes was asked by Mike Pilavachi to lead worship at the Soul Survivor festivals. He also studied History at Sheffield University, graduating in 2000.

Prior to his current post, Hughes worked at Soul Survivor Watford Church, where he was Worship Pastor (the current Worship Pastor is Beth Croft (née Coulson)). He moved to Holy Trinity Brompton in 2005 and, with Associate Director of Worship Al Gordon, has set up the Worship Central project. He is married to Rachel, and the couple have two children; Phoebe Joy (born 2 October 2007), and Simeon John (born 28 February 2009). Mike Pilavachi is Phoebe's godfather.

When Matt Redman left Soul Survivor Tim became the Worship Pastor. He moved on to Holy Trinity Brompton 2 years ago, where he started up Worship Central with Al Gordon. Tim is also one of the members of Compassionart, a charity founded by Martin Smith from Delirious?