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Ticket Offers

Conference ticket


Early day ticket


Back for Sunday


* Special offer, save £20 off the full price

† Sometimes you can’t avoid needing to be back for Sunday morning and church commitments. We understand that – so we’ve created the ‘Back for Sunday’ ticket. For the same price as a standard NYMW ticket you can attend the Early Day and the full conference through to Saturday evening, leaving you free to head home ready for the next day.

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Our 2024 conference theme: Adventure of a lifetime


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New (ish)

your first years as a youth worker or volunteer

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Younger focus

working with 9-13 year olds

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Community outreach

engaging with young people outside the church

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Church leaders

how to support young people and grow your youth work

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Personal growth

deepening my own faith, finding refreshment

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Going deep

for experienced practitioners, something to stretch me

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Ben Lindsay

Ben Lindsay OBE is Founder and CEO of Power The Fight, 2023 Charity Times, Charity of The Year launched in 2019, tackling the issue of violence affecting young people. Winner of the Charity Times 2023 Social Media Leader, 2022’s Rising Leader Award and bestselling author, Ben is an experienced presenter, trainer and facilitator with more than 20 years spent working with high-risk young people in the field of gangs and serious youth violence.

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Pete Greig

Pete founded the 24-7 prayer movement in 1999 which has impacted the lives of thousands of people across the world. For eight years Pete served on the senior leadership team of Alpha international and HTB, a large Anglican church in London. He’s also an award-winning author of 'How to pray' and 'God on mute', as well as being host of the Lectio 365 daily devotional used by more than 270,000 people. Pete is currently Senior Pastor of Emmaus Road church in Guildford. He loves art galleries, live music and knocking down walls.

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Laura Hancock

Laura is the National Ministries Director for Youth for Christ. She oversees Youth for Christ’s outreach and evangelism teams and has also led the development of some of YFC's resources including Yeti and the Good News Bible - The Youth Edition. She speaks widely on youth work and young people as well as helping lead the youth work in her church. Laura is married to Andy who is Associate Pastor at Lifecentral Church, Halesowen.

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Kenda Creasy Dean

Kenda is Professor of Youth, Church and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary in the USA. She is the world’s leading expert in youth ministry innovation and one of the world’s best-known writers about young people and the church. He books include The Godbearing Life: The Art of Soul-Tending for Youth Ministry, Practicing Passion: Youth and the Quest for a Passionate Church and Almost Christian: What the Faith of Our Teenagers Is Telling the American Church.

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John Roberto

John Roberto has spent a lifetime working in faith formation—teaching, writing, researching, consulting, and developing programs. Among his publications are Lifelong Faith: Formation with All Ages and Generations, Families at the Center of Faith Formation, Seasons of Adult Faith Formation, Reimagining Faith Formation for the 21st Century, Generations Together, and Faith Formation 2020. He has a masters degree in religious education from Fordham University and a honorary doctor of divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School.

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KXC Worship is based at King’s Cross Church (KXC) - a church in the heart of London. The vision of KXC is to serve God’s purpose to make all things new, by recklessly giving themselves away to God in worship, each other in community and the people of King’s Cross and beyond. Their mosts recent album is 'Show Us Your Glory'.

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NYMW is working to reduce the carbon footprint of the event and we encourage you to use public transport where possible and consider sharing travel if you come by car.

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