The good news of Jesus begins with making disciples, who make disciples. Our prayer is that your passion for making disciples will increase as you press into the presence of God and are empowered by his Spirit for the mission of advancing the kingdom of God.
You will engage with solid and relevant biblical teaching, explore and develop your spiritual gifts, and use them to serve and lead within the local church. You can also expect healthy doses of fun, inspiration, and some practical, ‘hands-on’ Kingdom experience.
There will be an optional overseas mission trip that you can join with during the course. On mission, you will step out of your comfort zone doing things you may not necessarily do in the UK. It’s an exciting opportunity to experience and appreciate another culture and learn from other Christians in a developing country.
What will I learn?
What will I learn?
Core New Wine teaching will include modules on Jesus, the Bible, the kingdom of God, mission and evangelism, leadership and character development.
How does it work?
Our training centre will invest eight hours per week in equipping you through teaching, mentoring and coaching, and providing contextual input using local church leaders and practitioners. We ask that you, in turn, commit to serving at All Saints for 30 hours per week, where you will get to exercise your growing leadership in either kids’ work, youth work, media, family ministries, evangelism or worship.
How much does it cost?
All Saints have three fully paid positions in 2016/17*, usually cost £980 this includes
All the teaching, coaching and training at the centre.
Attendance at the national New Wine Discipleship Year residential weekend away.
Attendance at New Wine’s Invest conference.
What are the dates for the year?
12th September 2016: Course starts
23rd July 2017: Course ends
How to Apply
Apply to us at the All Saints Discipleship Year training centre and during your interview the course leader will discuss with you possible options for areas of ministry that you could serve in.