We are one of the many local churches seeking to see our lives and our area changed by the love of Jesus in the power of the Spirit.
A good proportion of our congregation go to the Summer Conference, and really love it, and more than that we are developing New Wine values. (Stephen, our vicar is one of the co-hosts of the Urban Forum and a regional network leader.)
We are pleased to host New Wine leaders’ events and New Wine days here.
St Budeaux, Plymouth (The Church Hall, The Green, Crownhill Rd, St Budeaux PL5 2HN)
Monday 30 November - 10:00am Coffee, 10:30 worship, teaching, ministry, fellowship, finishing by 1:00pm but, if you would like to stay for lunch, bring sandwiches and drinks will be provided.
Not one but THREE speakers!
Three local leaders will be sharing vision and experience around the theme of “Charismatics and the local church!”.
Stoke up your spiritual batteries (or just have a purposeful break) before the Christmas rush!
It will be great to see you.
Contact for more info or to say you are coming: By email using the form on the 'Contact Us' page on this website: By telephone on 01752 361019
Cost: £5 donation on arrival to cover expenses.
Details of future events for local leaders will be posted here when they are arranged
The New Wine Summer Conference has become an important point of the year for many of our church family. Camping together, experiencing worship with thousands of other Christians, being challenged by great teaching with a wonderful sense of the presence of God, has been a life changing event.
It is great for all ages. There is teaching for adults to get their teeth into, and parents have enjoyed seeing young children and teenagers thrive and meet God in this amazing place. It is also just good fun!
Ongoing training – we all need to keep growing and meeting with God for ourselves ... leaders need to do that too.
Come and join us. As a growing Church in a very needy area we would love to see people who move to the area join us in serving the area instead of just finding the nearest big church.