Allowance £50 per month- plus all food and accommodation costs covered. This provides for the basics of living but generally, students find they do need to seek some additional support.
The New Wine Training Centre in Leicester operates from Holy Trinity Leicester, which is a large city centre church in the New Wine network that coordinates regional New Wine events. Placements are available at Holy Trinity Church and other local churches. Leicester and its surroundings provide rich opportunities to experience everything from multi-cultural city engagement to rural life, from outreach to university students to outreach to the homeless.
Follows the basic Discipleship Year curriculum and includes live speakers and New Wine teaching. Teaching happens every Tuesday and includes worship, Bible study and huddles/accountability groups. Students are also asked to write a book review that compliments the topics they are covering in teaching. Students are given mentors to meet with on a one-to-one basis.
Placements are offered at several churches in Leicester and surrounding towns. They involve specific ministry opportunities in the following areas of church life: youth and children’s work, worship, student ministry and compassion ministry to vulnerable adults.
NWDY training fees are paid for by the Leicester Diocese.
Students live at the Community of the Tree of Life www.leicestertreeoflife.org Each student has a study bedroom in a large house owned by the Diocese of Leicester. Students live together as a community with shared meals, chores and a rhythm of prayer.
Allowance £50 per month for personal needs. Students share an additional budget for food, toiletries and household goods.
To apply please fill in the online NWDY application form and put Leicester as your first-choice centre.
New Wine Discipleship Year
Holy Trinity Leicester
Upper King Street