New Word Alive is one of the largest Christian student conferences in Europe and is a great opportunity to have time away to refocus and grow in Christ. It provides an unrivalled chance to not only come away as a Christian Union, but also to join with the wider body of Christ to encounter and celebrate God together.
The specially tailored student programme offers top-quality teaching and the opportunity to think through issues facing students. Plus there's plenty of time to hang out with friends and meet lots of new people too.
How to Book Student Discounted Places
A limited number of units have been discounted and reserved for students. Popular self-catering apartments sleeping 4 people are available at £420 or £105 each for 4 people. Classic apartments sleeping 4 people are available for £460 or £115 each for 4 people. You can only book per apartment.
When you book you must provide your UCCF student card number or your registered UCCF email address. If you haven't got a registered UCCF email address you can get one easily and quickly at the UCCF website.
Please note you can only book these discounted units by phone.
To book call the Pontins Contact Centre on:
0844 576 5949
Current availability (as of Wednesday 27th March 2013): Discounted spaces are available in both weeks (2-7th and 7-12th April 2013).
Opening times for phone booking: Monday to Friday 8am – 9pm, Saturday 8.30am – 8.30pm and Sunday 9am – 5pm.
Student Track Promo Resources
NWA 2013 Student Promo Video
NWA 2013 Student Flyer
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The Student Track joins the Adult Programme for morning Bible Readings. Then you can choose to go to Rough Guides to the Bible, with bespoke teaching for students, or one of the adult morning sessions.
In the afternoons Training Tracks equip students to serve Jesus on campus and Impact Groups offer the chance to chat with others about what youre learning and to pray together.
Then its time for the Evening Celebration where everyone gathers as the body of Christ to hear God speak and to respond to him in joyful worship and prayer.