New Wine is a movement of churches working together to change the nation through a network of church leaders, summer conferences, training events and resources. It is the largest UK network of charismatic churches and Christians. It originated in 1989 as a Christian festival run by two Anglican clergy from St Andrew's Church Chorleywood: Bishop David Pytches and the Rev. Barry Kissell. Pytches and Kissell had been inspired by the teaching of John Wimber and others that had begun to bring in a new wave of charismatic movement to the established Church in the UK.