New Wine Worship



We worship to glorify God and call the Kingdom of Heaven down to Earth; it’s the training ground for the everyday. We come with expectancy and honesty, not to lose ourselves or simply find pleasure or comfort but to be sharpened for mission. We gather in order to go out – to be good news to all creation and bring life to those around us.


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The new album comprises a collection of live tracks recorded in London in May 2019, and features worship leaders including Chris Sayburn, Lauren Harris, Susie Woodbridge and Chris Lawson Jones. Many of these songs will feature at this year's New Wine United 19 gatherings, so to help you and your church get ready for worship, we've exclusively got an early look at two of the songs, along with the chord sheets and sheet music - see below. Why not try creating a setlist including these songs using out setlist builder function?

We can't wait to worship with you this summer, and to sing these great new songs together!


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‘As New Wine Worship, we want to write and discover songs that serve churches.

Of course we want this album to sound amazing, but when you take away the incredible production and musicianship, we want the songs to stand alone, to serve local churches and be able to be led solely on a guitar or keyboard.


We also wanted an album that is honest in the ‘how long’ as well as in the ‘hallelujahs’, and Be still and Need you now were written out of experiences of pain and loss. We were intentional in writing Unto your name as a completely vertical worship song. It’s a song declaring who God is and what he has done and deserves, not what we gain or how we feel. I love the joy factor that Set a fire and Future bring – they’re songs you can dance to, even dare to play to a teenager who doesn’t go to church! This is Love also includes the widest collection of writers we’ve had to date. There’s a stunning song called Until you do written by Esther-Jane White, who was an intern at St Aldates Oxford. The title for the album is taken from my song This is love. It’s Christ- and cross-centred and is about our life response to God’s invitation. We never ‘graduate’ or move on from the cross. It’s where we find our hope and freedom, in the crucified, risen, ascended and coming King.


As we prayed as a songwriting team there was a sense that the songs would impact people in many ways; in healing, faith and courage. We pray this is the case and that as a family you would own the songs, champion them and use them in your personal and corporate worship.’

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