One of the things that makes United unique is the opportunity for people to receive prayer in the power of the Holy Spirit. The primary role of the ministry team is to provide that prayer in our main venues including Arena and Impact, in a safe and appropriate way.
Any delegate interested in praying with others in one of our main venues under the guidance of the venue leaders and hosts are asked to attend one of the two ‘Holy Spirit and Ministry’ sessions taking place each event of United in the Arena Venue (timings to be determined and published in the programme).
This includes those who may have previously attended New Wine Prayer Ministry training days, a ‘Third Person’ prayer training day, any ‘Holy Spirit and Ministry’ sessions at previous United events, or those who are already a serving member of their own church ministry team.
At the end of each of the event's sessions you will be provided with a red ‘Ministry Team’ wristband to indicate to venue hosts that you are part of the United ministry team and are available to pray with others in any venue you find yourself in!
Expectation for team members
Those who volunteer for New Wine teams at United do so based on their Christian profession and way of life. As a team volunteer, your conduct on site is expected to be consistent with New Wine's ethos and understanding of the teaching of the New Testament.
Part of New Wine’s ethos is our adherence to the Evangelical Alliance (EA) basis of faith and in submitting your team application you are acknowledging your acceptance to do the same.