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SCHEDULE

 

  • Paul Harcourt

    19.30

    Luminosity

  • John & Carol Arnott

    20.00

    Evening Celebration

    Arena & Impact
  • John & Carol Arnott

    19.30

    Session 3

    John & Carol Arnott
  • Nicola Neal

    09.00

    Session 4

    Nicola Neal
  • Simon Guillebaud

    11.15

    Session 5

    Simon Guillebaud
  • 14.15

    Seminars

  • Agu Irukwu

    16.00

    Session 7

    Agu Irukwu
  • John & Carol Arnott

    19.30

    Session 8

    John & Carol Arnott
  • John & Carol Arnott

    09.00

    Session 9

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 11.30

    Seminars

  • John & Carol Arnott

    14.15

    Session 11

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 15.45

    Close

  • Paul Harcourt

    14.00

    Session 1

    Paul Harcourt
  • John & Carol Arnott

    16.00

    Session 2

    John & Carol Arnott
  • John & Carol Arnott

    19.30

    Session 3

    John & Carol Arnott
  • John & Carol Arnott

    09.00

    Session 9

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 11.30

    Seminars

  • John & Carol Arnott

    14.15

    Session 11

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 15.45

    Close

 

 

 

The theme of our 2020 Leadership Conference was ‘Set Your Sails’. No-one could have predicted the storm that followed, and national lockdown was announced 10 days later.
Everything’s changed since then. Now, more than ever, we long for relationship and connection again.

 

 

 

Our annual Leadership Conference will be going ahead online next year, from 15-17 March 2021

As always, it'll be a time for reflection, great teaching from true practitioners and for soaking in God's presence through worship and prayer.
 
It’s also a time for connection, support and encouragement as we seek God together for what lies beyond the storm. 

We’re inviting all those in local church and ministry leadership – paid or voluntary – to this online conference - those faithful, passionate, empowered individuals who’ve kept the sails set!
 
P.S., We’re busy building a new online platform of content that we’d love you to explore. You’ll get free access with your Leadership Conference event ticket when we launch in January. Details to follow. 

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SCHEDULE

 

  • Paul Harcourt

    19.30

    Luminosity

  • John & Carol Arnott

    20.00

    Evening Celebration

    Arena & Impact
  • John & Carol Arnott

    19.30

    Session 3

    John & Carol Arnott
  • Nicola Neal

    09.00

    Session 4

    Nicola Neal
  • Simon Guillebaud

    11.15

    Session 5

    Simon Guillebaud
  • 14.15

    Seminars

  • Agu Irukwu

    16.00

    Session 7

    Agu Irukwu
  • John & Carol Arnott

    19.30

    Session 8

    John & Carol Arnott
  • John & Carol Arnott

    09.00

    Session 9

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 11.30

    Seminars

  • John & Carol Arnott

    14.15

    Session 11

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 15.45

    Close

  • Paul Harcourt

    14.00

    Session 1

    Paul Harcourt
  • John & Carol Arnott

    16.00

    Session 2

    John & Carol Arnott
  • John & Carol Arnott

    19.30

    Session 3

    John & Carol Arnott
  • John & Carol Arnott

    09.00

    Session 9

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 11.30

    Seminars

  • John & Carol Arnott

    14.15

    Session 11

    John & Carol Arnott
  • 15.45

    Close

SPEAKERS

 

 
Paul Harcourt
PAUL HARCOURT
Paul Harcourt is New Wine’s National Leader. He is vicar at All Saints Woodford Wells in Essex, a network of four churches and a resource church for the region. He has written two books about following Jesus into the Spirit-filled life.

 

 
Mark Carey
MARK CAREY
Mark Carey lives in sunny Bridlington on the east coast of Yorkshire where he leads the Christ Church Network of churches. He has learned a thing or two about leading change, dealing with adversity and God’s restoration power through a number of significant events and opportunities.

 

 
Kate Coleman
KATE COLEMAN
Kate Coleman is the founding director of Next Leadership. She has well over 30 years of leadership experience in the church, charity, voluntary and business sectors, and is a mentor and coach to leaders from diverse sectors, backgrounds and communities.

 

 
Andy + Sue Glover
ANDY & SUE GLOVER
Andy and Sue Glover are on the leadership team at HBC Chester. Andy is Team Leader and also leads large networks of churches called Link Up and Fresh Streams. Sue oversees prayer, prophetic and creative areas at the church and is also an RE Consultant for the local authority and diocese.

 

 
Emma Ineson
EMMA INESON
Emma Ineson is Bishop of Penrith, suffragan in Carlisle Diocese. Before that, she was Principal of Trinity College, after being on staff there, mainly teaching Practical Theology. Between the 2 Trinity roles she spent a kind of ‘gap year’ working as Chaplain to the Bishop of Bristol.

 

 
Richard Jackson
RICHARD JACKSON
Richard Jackson is the Bishop of Hereford. Alongside his diocesan responsibilities, he is the Chair of both the Intercontinental Church Society and Trinity College Council. He is passionate about growing healthy churches, helping people to find Jesus for themselves, and the public truth of Christian faith.

 

 
James Lawrence
JAMES LAWRENCE
James Lawrence is the Leadership Principal at CPAS and founder of the Arrow Leadership Programme. He’s authored several books and courses, including Growing Leaders, Mentoring Matters, PCC Tonight and Lead On and teaches on leadership and evangelism around the world.

 

 
Glenn Packiam
GLENN PACKIAM
Glenn Packiam is an Associate Senior Pastor at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA and the Lead Pastor of New Life Downtown. He is the author of six books. Glenn was one of the founding worship leaders for the Desperation Band and has written over 65 worship songs.

 

 
Pete Portal
PETE PORTAL
Pete Portal serves on the Core Team of Tree of Life, a church in Manenberg, Cape Town, South Africa, dedicated to serving the poor and vulnerable. He is also part of 24-7 Prayer South Africa and spends his time growing relationships and networks across racial and socio-economic divides.

 

 
Ruth Rice
RUTH RICE
Ruth Rice is Director of Renew Wellbeing, a national charity that helps churches set up ‘quiet shared spaces where its ok not to be ok’. She is passionate about the local church being at the heart of the wellbeing conversation and about us re embracing prayer as our primary language.

 

 
James Smith
JAMES K.A. SMITH
James K.A. Smith is professor of philosophy at Calvin University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. He serves as editor in chief of Image journal, a quarterly devoted to ‘art, mystery, and faith’ and is a thought leader, award-winning author and widely-travelled speaker.

 

 
Abi Todd
ABI TODD
Abi Todd is Vicar of Holy Trinity South Woodford in Essex. She was previously Curate at All Saints Woodford Wells.

 

 
Ness Wilson
NESS WILSON
Ness Wilson is the Team leader of Open Heaven Church in Loughborough, which she planted with friends after finishing university in 1993. It’s now a church with three expressions that has sent out a couple of church plants. Ness is the Pioneer UK Leader and a champion for women in leadership.

 

 
Genelle Aldred
GENELLE ALDRED
Genelle Aldred is a former newsreader and journalist for BBC, ITN and ITV. She runs communications consultancy GA\C and is writing a book about communications and social justice. She previously worked as Head of Digital Strategy for Tearfund and was Channel Manager for TBN UK.

 

 
Mark Crosby
MARK CROSBY
Mark Crosby is the Director of Communications for Vineyard Churches UK & Ireland. This involves overseeing web, social media, resources, films, new platform application, training, and creative and strategic direction. He is also a Site Pastor at Vineyard Church Cardiff.

 

 
Gemma Foster
GEMMA FOSTER
Gemma Foster is Rector of Cove in Farnborough and has a passion to see people not only come to faith but grow in their discipleship. She’s doing a PhD looking at faith development in young adults and has been doing research during the pandemic gleaning insights into faith development online.

 

 
Mark Hirst
MARK HIRST
Mark Hirst leads Willesborough Baptist Church in Ashford, Kent, which has a vision to raise up leaders, plant churches and send out missionaries, all birthed in spiritual renewal. He’s passionate about the local church locating all they are and do in the context of God’s global mission.

 

 
Ian Parkinson
IAN PARKINSON

Ian Parkinson works for the Diocese of Sheffield in coaching, mentoring and training church leaders with a focus on the growth and development of ministry and leadership teams. He is the author of various works on leadership, including Understanding Christian Leadership.

 

 

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UNITED 21

           
       
     
 

We are thrilled to announce the launch of United 21 and can’t wait to be reunited at the East of England Showground in Peterborough next summer.

United is a unique place of blessing where we worship Jesus, experience the presence of the Father and receive healing, equipping, empowering and re-envisioning as we allow the Holy Spirit to minister to us.

FIND OUT MORE

   
   
       
                   
       
           

United Breaks Out

           

United Breaks Out may have ended, but absolutely everything is still available online: Arena & Impact main sessions, all 30 seminars, accessible church sessions for Our Place and Access, recordings of the live Q&As, kids and youth sessions and more.

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United Breaks Out FAQs

United Breaks Out
FAQ.
FAQ.
It's short for United Breaks Out - our first-ever online event. We’re bringing some of the best bits of United (our annual summer gathering) to your home.
Everyone. All ages. All abilities.
Don’t miss... Our Access, Our Place & Breathe sessions for people with additional needs, and their families.
Here's a link to a printer-friendly schedule to help plan out your programme with your friends, family and community.
All sessions will be released at the times shown on the programme. Our morning and evening sessions in Arena and Impact will stream live on YouTube at 8pm in the evening and 11am in the morning if you want to tune in live – but absolutely everything will be available to watch later on.
Don’t miss... The live sessions; subscribe to our YouTube channels: New Wine England | Impact  |  Luminosity  to be sent a reminder.
As long as people are still watching them.
FAQ.
Completely free!
You don’t need to. Before the event starts next Thursday, everything will be on the event website at new-wine.org/breaksout, which will link to our YouTube channels where you can watch live or catch up at any time.
The only sessions you will need to sign up for in advance are:
FAQ.
We’re so excited to bring the best of our United Kids groups to your homes. Go to new-wine.org/UBOKids to discover our Space Agency, where kids can encounter God through songs, challenges, stories, teaching & gunge!
Don’t miss... Our downloadable activity booklets for each age group – or our brand new Augmented Reality App.
Check out weareluminosity.org for our jam-packed programme for 11-18s. From breakfast devotionals to daily challenges, live workshops, evening celebrations (with top notch faith influencers) - plus the After Party every evening. Download the Back Yard Camp Out Guidebook for tips and ideas to give LUMINOSITY 2020 that festival feel!
We’re providing free access to a programme of leader-focused teaching and, for Leadership Network members, prayer ministry appointments, church planting consultations & a networking opportunity for international church leaders. To find out more about the Leadership Network, and to register to join, go to www.new-wine.org/network
Where it’s not possible to join us at 11am on Sunday 2 August, we are able to offer churches access to the teaching session to show slightly earlier that day (subject to terms). Please contact your regional manager for details.
FAQ.
We invited people to become United Breaks Out Community Makers, to help us provide the same fellowship and connection we see across the campsite each summer – such as socially distanced parties, challenges, small group studies, testimony sharing, prayer ministry and more. We have 400+ people signed up. You can become one too by emailing community@new-wine.org.
Don’t miss... Our Community area on the website, where you can find out what our UBO communities are up to, visit the CAP café, post prayers and share your stories.
Holding the event online gives us a great opportunity to introduce others to New Wine, so please help us spread the word. We’ve created the following to help:
UBO postcard (PDF)
United Kids postcard PDF | JPG
Full promo pack (Zip File)
Press Release (Word doc)
FAQ.
Yes, as well as venue sponsors, in our online Resource Hub you can visit the bookshop and connect with our friends working around the world to share the love of Jesus and make a difference locally.
In addition to the online After Hours events listed on the schedule, we’ve been encouraging our Community Makers to organise social activities and other opportunities to help their groups engage with the talks, to pray for each other and build community outside the scheduled sessions.
Although we will not be able to provide 1-2-1 prayer ministry in the same way we do at our events, each session will be hosted by New Wine leaders who will be praying into the themes covered. We are encouraging our Community Makers to offer prayer support to their groups, and recommend people connect with their local church for further support.
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United Breaks Out

 

United Breaks Out

Thursday 30 July – Monday 3 August
Let the Church emerge, more powerful than ever, to lead us into a world where signs and wonders are our new normal.

Venue: Homes, gardens, local churches, parks/green spaces (within current rules!)
       
Thursday Highlights
     
Thursday Highlights
       
Thursday Highlights
 

Our main programme includes a mix of celebrations, worship, Bible teaching, TED-style talks, sofa sessions, live webinars and more. We’ll cover key issues that matter today: grief, loss & lament; the power of the Holy Spirit; race; preparing for a new world; mental health & wellbeing; parenting; prayer; apologetics; and creation care.

Our Kids are becoming Space Cadets! There’ll be songs, challenges, stories, teaching & gunge. Plus, we’re launching our brand new Augmented Reality App - with stories, games, prayer and worship to help kids encounter God in new ways.

For 12-18s, LUMINOSITY will bring daily Instagram devotions and challenges, evening celebrations, high-energy worship & seminars covering mental health & anxiety, evangelism, calling, leadership, social media & the world post-Covid.

If you're part of our Leadership Network, you'll be able to access a programme of 1-2-1 prayer slots, mission consultations & international gatherings via Zoom as well as discussions with special guests about 'What’s next for the local church?’, 'Leading & well-being' and 'Mission & planting'.

The online Resource Venue will allow you to buy resources, connect with Christian organisations including BRF, CAP, Open Doors and Hope for Justice and access interactive experiences from Mercy Ships, MedAir, Compassion and MAF.

Hundreds of people have already signed up to be Community Makers for their church or friendship group during United Breaks Out. They’ll be organising After Hours online gatherings and encouraging people to connect and share what God is doing. If you’re interested in becoming a Community Maker, email us at community@new-wine.org or join the Community Makers Facebook Group.

Sign up to the mailing list here for latest UBO news.

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United Breaks Out

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United Breaks Out

Thursday 30 July – Monday 3 August
Let the Church emerge, more powerful than ever, to lead us into a world where signs and wonders are our new normal.

Venue: Homes, gardens, local churches, parks/green spaces (within current rules!)
       
Thursday Highlights
     
Thursday Highlights
       
Thursday Highlights
 

Our main programme includes a mix of celebrations, worship, Bible teaching, TED-style talks, sofa sessions, live webinars and more. We’ll cover key issues that matter today: grief, loss & lament; the power of the Holy Spirit; race; preparing for a new world; mental health & wellbeing; parenting; prayer; apologetics; and creation care.

Our Kids are becoming Space Cadets! There’ll be songs, challenges, stories, teaching & gunge. Plus, we’re launching our brand new Augmented Reality App - with stories, games, prayer and worship to help kids encounter God in new ways.

For 11-18s, LUMINOSITY will bring breakfast devotions & chat, challenges, evening celebrations, high-energy worship & seminars covering mental health & anxiety, evangelism, calling, leadership, social media & the world we could create.

If you're part of our Leadership Network, you'll be able to access a programme of 1-2-1 prayer slots, mission consultations& international gatheringsvia Zoom as well as discussions with special guests about 'What’s next for the local church?’, 'Leading & well-being' and 'Mission & planting'.

In our online Resource Venue you’ll find St Andrew’s Bookshop and other shops including Christian Gift Co and Wee Sparrow, and opportunities to connect with Christian organisations including BRF, CAP, Open Doors and Hope for Justice. Using our interactive map you can also access charity experiences from Mercy Ships, MedAir, Compassion and MAF.

Hundreds of people have already signed up to be Community Makers for their church or friendship group during United Breaks Out. They’ll be organising After Hours online gatherings and encouraging people to connect and share what God is doing. If you’re interested in becoming a Community Maker, email us at community@new-wine.org or join the Community Makers Facebook Group.

Sign up to the mailing list here for latest UBO news.

Sign up    
FAQ.
FAQ.
It's short for United Breaks Out - our first-ever online event. We’re bringing some of the best bits of United (our annual summer gathering) to your home.
Everyone. All ages. All abilities.
Don’t miss... Our Access, Our Place & Breathe sessions for people with additional needs, and their families.
Here's a link to a printer-friendly schedule to help plan out your programme with your friends, family and community.
All sessions will be released at the times shown on the programme. Our morning and evening sessions in Arena and Impact will stream live on YouTube at 8pm in the evening and 11am in the morning if you want to tune in live – but absolutely everything will be available to watch later on.
Don’t miss... The live sessions; subscribe to our YouTube channels: New Wine England | Impact  |  Luminosity  to be sent a reminder.
As long as people are still watching them.
FAQ.
Completely free!
You don’t need to. Before the event starts next Thursday, everything will be on the event website at new-wine.org/breaksout, which will link to our YouTube channels where you can watch live or catch up at any time.
The only sessions you will need to sign up for in advance are:
FAQ.
We’re so excited to bring the best of our United Kids groups to your homes. Go to new-wine.org/UBOKids to discover our Space Agency, where kids can encounter God through songs, challenges, stories, teaching & gunge!
Don’t miss... Our downloadable activity booklets for each age group – or our brand new Augmented Reality App.
Check out weareluminosity.org for our jam-packed programme for 11-18s. From breakfast devotionals to daily challenges, live workshops, evening celebrations (with top notch faith influencers) - plus the After Party every evening. Download the Back Yard Camp Out Guidebook for tips and ideas to give LUMINOSITY 2020 that festival feel!
We’re providing free access to a programme of leader-focused teaching and, for Leadership Network members, prayer ministry appointments, church planting consultations & a networking opportunity for international church leaders. To find out more about the Leadership Network, and to register to join, go to www.new-wine.org/network
Where it’s not possible to join us at 11am on Sunday 2 August, we are able to offer churches access to the teaching session to show slightly earlier that day (subject to terms). Please contact your regional manager for details.
FAQ.
We invited people to become United Breaks Out Community Makers, to help us provide the same fellowship and connection we see across the campsite each summer – such as socially distanced parties, challenges, small group studies, testimony sharing, prayer ministry and more. We have 400+ people signed up. You can become one too by emailing community@new-wine.org.
Don’t miss... Our Community area on the website, where you can find out what our UBO communities are up to, visit the CAP café, post prayers and share your stories.
Holding the event online gives us a great opportunity to introduce others to New Wine, so please help us spread the word. We’ve created the following to help:
UBO postcard (PDF)
United Kids postcard PDF | JPG
Full promo pack (Zip File)
Press Release (Word doc)
FAQ.
Yes, as well as venue sponsors, in our online Resource Hub you can visit the bookshop and connect with our friends working around the world to share the love of Jesus and make a difference locally.
In addition to the online After Hours events listed on the schedule, we’ve been encouraging our Community Makers to organise social activities and other opportunities to help their groups engage with the talks, to pray for each other and build community outside the scheduled sessions.
Although we will not be able to provide 1-2-1 prayer ministry in the same way we do at our events, each session will be hosted by New Wine leaders who will be praying into the themes covered. We are encouraging our Community Makers to offer prayer support to their groups, and recommend people connect with their local church for further support.

New Wine

#alwaysunited campaign

New Wine has always been more than an event. United is the banner under which we gather in the summer but our Kingdom work continues throughout the year through our leadership network and the local churches committed to the New Wine DNA of Word and Spirit ministry.

New Wine is a movement, motivated by its roots to see renewal in the local church, through church leaders. At the heart of New Wine is a desire to see effective communication of God’s Word and fundamental and transformative change through the ministry of the Holy Spirit. Through training, mentoring and planting, we see God’s Kingdom break through on earth.

We are always connected, always together, always united in our mission as we support local churches to see nations changed.

Ways to connect

The Leadership Network

Being a Christian isn’t a life to be lived alone, but within effective relationships and family. Within the New Wine movement, the leadership network is a community of people leading churches and ministries that long to see the nation changed. At our core is a belief that this will occur through the Word and Spirit ministry being spoken and lived out through the local Church.

The network is about who we are as much as what we do. Together we commit to support the spiritual renewal of all local church leaders and the equipping of everyone on their Kingdom frontline.

To join the leadership network, connect with other leaders in your area and receive leader-focused resources, support, advice and encouragement register below or contact your Regional Development Manager here for more details.

Register

 
Inspiring content

In an increasingly digital age, we are finding ways to connect the family online, providing resources to watch, download and share.

  • Watch our National Leadership Conference 20 talks
  • Subscribe to our Talk Library to listen to talks from the New Wine archives.
  • Subscribe to our Podcast channel to hear regular podcasts from across the New Wine family.
  • Subscribe to our blog for stories, updates and testimonies.

 

FAQ.
  • Virtual Resource venue
  • Virtual Literary venue
  • Family and youth resources

Newcastle

St Thomas' Newcastle is a new Church Plant in the heart of Newcastle and is the 'Resource Church' for the Diocese of Newcastle. We launched in October 2019 and have already seen considerable growth and many people coming to faith in Jesus. The church is full of young adults, students and has an exciting outreach to children and young people.

Teaching (8hrs/wk)

Teaching will take place on a Monday and interns will join in with the staff team meeting.

Ministry opportunities

There are ministry opportunities available in the following ministries: Worship, Students, Young Adults, Children, Youth, Media and Comms, Administration and Technical.
There is the opportunity for placements in other churches in Newcastle and the region.

Cost

£1,000 course fees, payable at the beginning of the course.

Accommodation

Accommodation will be provided by St Thomas' and the Diocese of Newcastle.

Address

New Wine Discipleship Year
St Thomas' Newcastle
Newcastle
NE1 7PF

stthomas.church

Contact

Email Alice

FAQs

 
FAQ.

We know many of you have questions and we've tried to answer the most common ones here. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we deal with any outstanding queries.

We have taken this difficult decision for 2 main reasons:
1. It is morally and socially irresponsible to press ahead with an event that enables c.12,000 people to gather together in close contact for a week. This is our primary reason for the cancellation – to keep our delegates, volunteers and staff safe.
2. Our event is only allowed to take place legally if we can guarantee a specific level of medical provision. An amazing team of volunteer medical practitioners effectively run a ‘field hospital’ on site and treat c.800-1000 people, including some life-threatening incidents, at United. Without this provision in place we cannot hold our event (under health & safety legislation).
This year we will not be able to recruit the level of medical team we need because NHS workers will be required on the front-line for many months to come.
Even if the current guidance and restrictions surrounding the spread of Covid-19 are lifted in the coming weeks, there will not be time to confirm the infrastructure and support that is necessary to produce a gathering of this size safely. Thinking of our volunteer medics in particular, even if they were able to take leave in July/August, we would want them to rest and not work voluntarily for us. Plus, we are not prepared to place extra burden on the local healthcare services in Peterborough; they will have been working tirelessly to keep the most vulnerable in our communities safe and do not need an extra influx of 1000s of people potentially requiring their services.
No. Our event cancellation cover last year enabled us to refund all Friday and Saturday day ticket and half-week ticket holders when the storm led to an early event closure. However, no UK event insurer is offering the necessary extension cover for cancellation due to Covid-19. This places us in a difficult position. If all our family request the refunds we are offering for their United tickets, it will have a dramatic impact on our ongoing mission – training, mentoring, planting and supporting local churches to change nations. That is the reality and we want to be transparent with the New Wine family about this. In offering refunds for an event that we are contracted to pay significant advance fees and deposits for, regardless of the need to cancel it, we are placing ourselves in your hands and under God’s provision.
We are asking for donations to safeguard the future of New Wine. Many of our New Wine family don’t realise that the cost of building a small town on an agricultural showground for our United event is over £2million and is covered by the ticket fee income alone. We don’t make any surplus on the ticket fees in order to keep prices as low as possible for delegates.
As mentioned above, we have already expended significant costs on United 2020 production which we cannot recoup at this stage. We are fortunate enough to have some reserves to manage our cash-flow and keep operating for the immediate future, but the cost of cancelling United 2020 will be over £1 million, putting our future, and the possibility of any future summer events, at risk.
The non-refundable deposit per ticket is there to cover administration costs. In this case, it is there to safeguard our ability to be able to process the necessary refunds for you by ensuring we can pay our staff and keep our systems running in the short-term to do the refunds work.
We will be emailing all United delegates with full instructions. Please ensure that your New Wine record contains your current email address to best enable this. Instructions will detail the options available to you and one of these will be how to request your refund.
This process will take some weeks, so please do be patient with us. The process of refunding up to 12,526 tickets is not fully automated and requires manual authorisation for each booking. We understand that many delegates will desperately need their money returned in the current climate and we’re therefore diverting as much resource as we can and will prioritise this work, while keeping other core elements running. Our team are now working from home – accessing the system remotely – and some are now off sick with coronavirus, so we are facing some challenges, but we will refund you as quickly as we can. Thank you for your grace and patience in this.
No, not at all. Our T&Cs permit us not to offer refunds in this circumstance but we felt it was the right thing to do to offer them freely and willingly to all who need them, regardless of our T&Cs. If we do not make our full position clear to those in the New Wine family, then many will simply assume that we had insurance and/or a large reserve that will cover the refunds with minimal impact – that is not the case. We don’t want to be in the position of having to scale back our activity and then have people tell us that they wish they had known the full picture at the time so that they could have helped. We know that each person and family will be in a different position and we want to make sure all have the opportunity to do what is right for them, with our blessing.
We will shortly be emailing all United delegates with full instructions. Please ensure that your New Wine record contains your current email address to best enable this. Instructions will detail the options available to you and one of these will be how to donate all or part of your ticket fee.
Thank you so much for considering giving to New Wine at this time. Your donation will play a huge part in securing our future and supporting our mission.

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Each event will need to make decisions that they judge are best for them and their delegates. We considered ‘holding over’ monies and honouring them for next year’s United event. However, after full consideration we felt that some delegates may appreciate making that choice for themselves and would prefer to have their refund in 2020 – perhaps when they need the money the most if their jobs are at risk.
We are at peace with the decision we’ve made and feel that it is morally and spiritually the right thing for us to do. We are also thankful and encouraged by the supportive and understanding response from our delegates. We have made a considered and prayerful decision together as a leadership and believe it is what God would have us do at this time.
We are hopeful, and excited even, at the opportunities God may give us in months and years ahead. We have always been clear that we are so much more than one annual summer event and we will now confidently step further into that reality. We can already see the kindness of God in some of the strategic work he has led us through in recent months which have prepared and better positioned us for strengthening and encouraging local churches through our network. If you are a church leader and not yet in the New Wine Leaders Network (LN) then join us for specific support and advice on leading your church through these difficult times. Contact a member of our regional team (via www.new-wine.org/network/contact) or encourage your church leader to do so in order to be well equipped to support and encourage you.
While our main event will not be going ahead, we are exploring possible alternatives for all those who still wish to gather locally this year on a smaller scale once social restrictions are lifted, if this becomes possible. Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels for all updates on this. If you would like to be the first to know, make sure you subscribe to our Events & Resource updates by clicking the button below.
New Wine has always been more than an event. United is the banner under which we gather in the summer, but our Kingdom work continues throughout the year through our network and the local churches committed to the New Wine DNA of Word and Spirit ministry. This remains unchanged and we are already seeing opportunities for churches to rise up in this time of uncertainty to restore hope and show God’s love.

Sponsors, Exhibitors & Advertisers

Sponsors, Exhibitors & Advertisers

New Wine have been running events for over 30 years, and have a huge church following. We put on one of the biggest Christian gatherings in the UK that appeals to churches of many different denominations. Partnering with us as a sponsor, exhibitor or advertiser is particularly great for charities or organisations that want to reach ministers, ministry leaders, church attendees, Christian thought leaders or active and involved Christians. 

The New Wine brand is trusted, honest, reliable and one that has deep moral and Christian values. If your charity or organisation align with our vision and values, we would love to find out more about your campaigns, messages and goals and how we can help you reach those through our events and resources.

Along with many charities and organisations around the world, we are re-envisioning what it looks like to be New Wine as a response to COVID-19. We are thankful that we are supported by a country-wide network of leaders and that God has prepared and strengthened our foundations ahead of this unprecedented season.

We are pressing forward to ensure that the New Wine family are resourced and inspired for what lies ahead in 2021 and it is with that in mind, we are offering a new 2021 Media Pack. (see link below)

Despite all that’s going on, we’re choosing to see this as an exciting time; new possibilities and refreshed priorities. We look forward to joining with you to step into God’s plans and purposes for the coming year.

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Media Pack

 

Download our 2021 Media Pack to see a guide of our sponsorship, exhibitor, and advertising options.

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