Children are often more open to the things of God than adults – they accept God’s power more freely and expect him to act. We have a passion to see God move through the lives of children and their families, and want to encourage and equip children’s workers to enable this.
We aim to support, inspire and train children’s workers through networking opportunities and events. At our United events we model children’s ministry that offers kids of all ages the opportunity to grow in faith within a nurturing and exciting environment.
At United our 0-11s receive top-quality worship, teaching and ministry – and huge amounts of fun – through dedicated, age-appropriate groups led by some of the best kids’ work practitioners on the planet! In addition to our kids’ groups, we have an under 5s family venue, other fun family activities as well as a stream of seminars for parents/carers on family life.
Within the main programme there are specific seminars for those involved in children’s ministry, aimed at encouraging, informing and enabling kids’ workers to raise their ministry to the next level.
Kids Work Training Days
There are numerous training events throughout the year to equip, excite and inspire kids’ workers and volunteers who are discipling the next generations of our local churches.
Kids Leaders’ Summit
This annual, three-day conference is a place to be refreshed and renewed, challenged and inspired, with space to recharge and reflect, receive teaching and ministry, participate in workshops and share your heart with others with the same calling and passion.
X-Cavate! is our series of teaching curriculum for churches (developed by Anna Martin) based on the ideas, resources and vision God has given New Wine for our United kids’ groups. Our aim is to see children find God’s treasure in a fun, interactive, Spirit-filled way.
Carry the Light is our latest kids’ worship album, aimed at 0-11s. Put together by the New Wine kids’ teams, the tracks aim to engage and allow children to express themselves before God. Free chord sheets, music videos, creative worship activities and a glossary of tricky words will all help children understand the lyrics and engage in worshipping God.