New Wine Ireland

New Wine Ireland’s Summer21 conference is taking place this 8–11 July Online with an incredible programme lined up including:

  • Two Bible Reading streams from Charles McMullen and Clive Atkinson
  • Sofa Session conversations exploring big topics and looking at how we can be local churches that change nations
  • An incredible selection of seminars with amazing speakers and organisations sharing  around Biblical Literacy, Family, Spiritual and Emotional Health, The Holy Spirit, Leadership and Discipleship.
  • Virtual gatherings and fun entertainment including morning workouts from the team at Lifeguards, The Big Quiz hosted by Christian Aid, Fashion for Freedom with IJM and the ‘Crack the Climate Silencer’ escape room with Tearfund NI.
  • We’re joined by some incredible speakers and communicators such as Jon Tyson, Mike Pilavachi, Charlotte Curran, Paul Harcourt, Priscilla Reid, Amy Orr–Ewing, Johnny Nimmo, Charlie Hadjiev, Ken and Helen Clarke and so many more.

Digital Tickets are £60 for access to the FULL programme 8–11 July and will be available on demand for the entire summer for you to catch up, rewatch and enjoy over and over again!

Although we are disappointed that we cannot all be together in Sligo, we are so excited to be able to offer churches across Ireland the opportunity to register as a Summer21 Host Church – opening their doors for local communities to join together safely to watch our live evening celebrations (subject to local Covid–19 restrictions and guidelines).

We have churches registered already in Belfast, Sligo, Donegal, Cork, Lurgan and Kilkeel and ANYONE can attend, whether you have a Summer21 ticket or not! So why not invite your friends and family who you’ve always wanted to join you in Sligo and head to your local Church Host venue 8–11 July! It’s also not too late to register as a Church Host – email for more info and to register!

We also have a Kids, Youth & Our Place programme that is FREE but registration is required via

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