New Wine Men's Day - London

New Wine Men's Day - London

Saturday, May 11, 2019 - 9:00am

St Paul's Church, Ealing, W13 9XW


Have you ever felt the 'real you' is hidden behind 'the you' that others see? The truth is, all of us wear masks at times. During this Men's Day, through story, testimony and teaching, we'll be encouraging us take off the masks and find strength in our faith in Jesus.

Our speakers are Gram Seed, Paul Bryant and Patrick Dixon, who will take us from violence on the football terraces, where a certain strength was displayed but is now redeemed, to motorcycle racing! We'll even have Paul's racing bikes on display! Patrick Dixon, a futurologist and leading speaker to some of the world's largest and most powerful companies, will help us all think how we can use our faith to influence and shape society.

Nathan Blackaby from CVM and New Wine's Assistant National Leader Mark Melluish will be hosting and sharing their stories.

Join us for what will be an inspiring and faith-building day.


Nathan Blackaby

Nathan is CEO of CVM (Christian Vision for Men). He loves gaming on his PS4, motorbikes, fast cars, ales and writing!

Mark Melluish

Mark is an Assistant National Leader for New Wine as well as our Head of Men's Ministry. He leads a family of churches from St Paul's, Ealing.

Gram Seed

Gram is Head of Sowing Seeds Ministries, bringing the Gospel to prisoners and ex-offenders, and author of One Step Beyond and It Must Be Love. 

Patrick Dixon

Patrick has been ranked as one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today, and is often described in the media as a Futurist.

Paul Bryant

Paul Bryant is a Trustee and Team Principal of Faith Fueled Racing, a motorcycle team, run by Christians


Saturday 11 May
Doors Open | Coffee available 09:15-09:30
Welcome & Worship 09:30-10:00
Session 1 | Nathan Blackaby 10:00-10:45
Coffee Break 10:45-11:15
Session 2 | Patrick Dixon 11:15-12:15
Lunch break (food not provided) 12:15-13:00
Worship 13:00-13:15
Session 3 | Gram Seed 13:15-13:45
Session 4 | Paul Bryant 13:45-14:30
Break 14:30-14:45
Session 5 | Mark Melluish 14:45-16:00
End 16:00-16:00