New Wine United Summer Gathering To Go Ahead In 2023

New Wine United 2023 will take place from 26-30 July and 1-5 August 2023 at the Kent Event Centre in Maidstone.

New Wine has confirmed that it will be going ahead with its ‘United’ summer event in 2023. The annual gathering has been running for more than three decades but faced an uncertain future when its home at the East of England Showground in Peterborough announced in July that it would no longer be able to host from 2023 onwards.

After a thorough search for a new location, New Wine is pleased to confirm Kent Event Centre as the venue for United 2023. The event welcomes thousands to worship, fellowship, train and return to their communities refreshed and inspired to live out their calling wherever they may be.

Paul Harcourt, New Wine National Leader, said: “It’s been a very challenging season for New Wine but we are emerging energised, ready to gather again in February for our Leadership Conference and in the Summer for United. God has placed a unique calling on New Wine and we are immensely grateful that he has been Jehovah Jireh – our Provider – in this season. The New Wine network and wider movement have been incredibly patient and generous and we are expectant for all the Lord has for us together in the coming months and years.”

New Wine’s National Leadership Conference will be taking place at the Harrogate Convention Centre from 28 February – 2 March 2023.

New Wine have also announced the release of a new single ‘Fall on Us’. The single was written by Damares Gomes, Joe Hardy, Nick Herbert and Pedro Netto and will be released on 11 November 2022. It will be available on all digital platforms and can be pre-saved on Spotify and Apple Music by going to

The New Wine leadership network spans hundreds of churches across the country and unites Church leaders as they navigate the demands of Christian leadership. New Wine also invests in Kids’ and Youth Pastors through its Raising Generations initiative as well as training Churches on how to be accessible to all. At its core, New Wine champions the renewal of local churches through a focus on ministry in the power of the Spirit alongside solid teaching of the Word and aims to release more Spirit-filled disciples through the local Church.

Written by: Lani Charlwood 

4 thoughts on “New Wine United Summer Gathering To Go Ahead In 2023

  • 28th November 2022 at 3:44 pm

    I have never attended New wine. But would like to my bring my four grandchildren aged 10,9, 7 3 to your event. Please could you send me details.

    Where is it held.
    Can we stay on site
    How do we manage with meals
    Do you have events fir parents at the same time

    Looking forward to your reply

    Mrs R Fernandes.

  • 30th December 2022 at 8:13 pm

    Could I have some more details about this event including what is offered fir children.
    Thank you

  • 16th January 2023 at 10:27 pm

    Are we expected to book for a full week or can we come for individual sessions? We attended annually for about ten years from the first event at Shepton Mallet in 1989 and helped several times with the children’s work there and at Soul Survivor. Now in our seventies we do not feel that we cannot commit to camping or full-time attendance. We are members at St Luke’s, Maidstone.


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