Have you ever thought about going to New Wine, but didn't fancy the camping? Now's your chance!
Were you put off by the cost? That's not an issue this year!
Were you hoping to go to New Wine this summer? You still can!
For those who don't know, New Wine is a gathering of tens of thousands of Christians from across our nation each summer - for teaching, worship, seminars, networking, friendships and fun. Quite a few from our church have been each summer for years; others have dipped in and out.
This summer, New Wine is 'breaking out' by going online - which means
anyone can access it, for free!
It would be great to have lots of people tuning in to New Wine (at www.new-wine.org/breaksout) from Thursday 30th July (evening) to Monday 3rd August (morning). You can join for as much or as little as you want.
There are dedicated tracks for children (0-11s), youth (11-18s), as well as two different 'venues' for adults (one more magazine-style and 'urban'). Wonderfully, they also have venues particularly for those with additional needs, and those who care for people with additional needs.
There are some great seminars lined up on subjects like mental health ("managing anxiety in a time of global pandemic), environment, prayer, race and diversity, grief and loss, preparing for a new world ... and many more. Plus main sessions from Bishop Jill Duff, Pete Hughes, Archbishop Justin Welby and many others.
To download the full programme, click here. Pick one or two things a day to join in with. You can even camp in the garden or sit in a camping chair to watch if you want ...
See you there!