Glorify, a London UK-based provider of an app designed to help Christians strengthen their daily connection to God, raised $40M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from SoftBank Latin America Fund, K5 Global and prominent individual investors including Kris Jenner, Corey Gamble, Michael Ovitz, Michael Bublé and Jason Derulo.
The company intends to use the funds to scale its operations, expand its team internationally, create new content, while further evolving the app’s features.
Co-Founded in 2020 by Ed Beccle and Henry Costa, Glorify provides an app rooted in faith, to give Christians everywhere a path to creating a daily habit of connecting with God. Users can download the app from their Google Play or iOS app store, create an account, and start their worship. As they engage with Glorify, they are greeted with quotes, followed by a curated worship routine that consists of bite-size Bible passages, a devotional and reflection. From there, users are prompted to continue their spiritual journey by exploring additional content, including exclusive music, prayers and meditations.
The company has offices around the globe.