Frequently Asked Questions

The event is held in a 3,000 seat Pavilion erected on the B Road Entrance to the Ulster University Coleraine Campus, Cromore Road, Coleraine, BT52 1SA.

 

New Horizon normally starts on the first Saturday of August each year and runs for 7 days, so in 2022 the event will run from Saturday 6 to Friday 12 August.

There is no registration for adults attending and you are free to choose what you would like to attend.  Youth and Children attending events need to register either online in advance or if places are available at the event.

You can find details of the event on this website or you can download the New Horizon app.  There will be a limited number of printed programme overviews available from the Info Desk at the event.  The theme for 2022 is “Renewed Minds”.
  • Evening Celebrations run daily from Saturday to Friday at 7.30pm until 9.15pm and feature worship. This year’s Evening Celebration speakers are Ben Stuart, Will van der Hart and Ali Calvin.
  • Bible Teaching runs daily from Monday to Friday from 10am until 11am.  This year’s speaker is John Risbridger.
  • NH Explore (Seminars) run daily from Monday to Friday from 11.45am to 12.45pm featuring a range of interesting topics.

Parking is available on campus and is free of charge at weekends and after 7pm in the evening (after 5pm on Fridays). Please do not park on the grass verges in Cromore Road as this causes significant problems for residents and obstructs the footpaths. Payment can be made by presenting a credit/debit card at the barrier on entry and again on exit and the system will calculate the tariff due.  Alternatively you can take a ticket and pay at the pay stations on campus. Car parks are within walking distance but there is also a free shuttle bus service between the University car parks and the New Horizon tent both morning and evening. There are disabled parking bays in each of the University car parks for cars displaying the official Blue Badge.  A few limited disabled spaces are available in the car park adjacent to the New Horizon tent and there is also a drop off area for cars / minibuses.

New Horizon is a non-residential event however accommodation is available on campus and should be booked directly with the University Accommodation office – https://www.ulster.ac.uk/accommodation/summer-bookings

Alternatively there is ample holiday accommodation in the local area –

https://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/accommodation

New Horizon does not charge people to attend as we want to be as accessible to as many people as possible.  We depend largely on volunteers to run the event and the bulk of our income is from donations through the year from our regular supporters and gifts collected in offerings during the event.  To partner with us go to our donate page here: https://newhorizon.org.uk/donate/

There is a café area within the tented village that provides refreshments and light meals morning and evening.  There are extra express coffee points within the main tent from 11.00 – 11.45.  Refreshments can also be purchased within the main University buildings.

The New Horizon Board and Management Team are committed to the safety and wellbeing of everyone who attends the conference each summer.  Our Healthy and Safety team work extremely hard to assess any risks and to ensure the government guidelines are followed in all aspects of health and safety.  We will continue to monitor the Covid-19 situation closely and follow all Government guidelines that apply at the time of the event.

 

 

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