Renew or renewal may refer to:

  • Urban renewal, a function of urban planning
  • Renewal theory, a branch of probability theory
  • Renewal (film), a 2008 documentary on the religious environmental movement
  • Renewal (magazine), a journal of Labour politics (UK)
  • Renewal (law), the act of renewing an expiring law or act
  • Renewal (learning theory), a phenomenon in which learned fear returns after being extinguished in a different context to where the original fear learning
  • Renewal (religion), collective term for the charismatic, Pentecostal and neo-charismatic churches
  • Jewish Renewal, a movement in Judaism
  • Catholic Charismatic Renewal, a movement in the Roman Catholic Church
  • Renewal, also known as Remise (fencing)
  • Renewal (album), an album by the thrash metal band Kreator
  • "Renewal", a song by Norwegian Black Metal band Dimmu Borgir from their album Abrahadabra
  • Renewal Christian Centre, a British megachurch in Solihull
  • Renewal Batteries, a type of rechargeable alkaline batteries made by Rayovac
  • Copyright renewal, the act of renewing copyright
  • Renewal (live roleplaying game), a Live Roleplaying campaign run by Curious Pastimes
  • Renewal (parliamentary procedure) – bringing up a motion again that has already been disposed of by the deliberative assembly
  • "Renewal", an episode of the sixth season of TV series Law & Order: Criminal Intent
  • Ruin/Renewal, an American rock band
  • ReNEW Schools, a New Orleans charter school operator

Famous quotes containing the word renewal:

    The great renewal of the world will perhaps consist in this, that man and maid, freed of all false feelings and reluctances, will seek each other not as opposites, but as brother and sister, as neighbors, and will come together as human beings.
    Rainer Maria Rilke (1875–1926)

    There must be no cessation
    Of motion, or of the noise of motion,
    The renewal of noise
    And manifold continuation....
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    We sing the funeral, as goes the custom, with the hymn of the Dead. But Manuel, he chose a hymn for the living: the song of the coumbite, the song of the earth, of the water, the plants, of fellowship between peasants because he wanted, as I now understand it, that his death for you be the renewal of life.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)