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Cliff Festival is still on
It's still going global and it's still partnering with the NWM Learning Network, All We Can and others!

~ Friday 22 May, Saturday 23 May, Sunday 24 May, Monday 25 May
~ Free
~ Live streaming and pre-recorded Bible studies, seminars, workshops, preaching, worship and
~ Speakers include Revd Dr Billy Abraham, Professor Evelyn Parker and Dr Miguel A. De La Torre; Worship leaders include Sam Taylor and Josh Gillam.
We'll also have some all-age worship and activities every day.
~ This year's Festival theme is 'Global Vision'. This offers us an amazing opportunity to reflect with and learn from some of our global partners, and we hope they will encourage and enable us to understand and learn from their context.

Some of our team are involved so maybe we will see you there!
Festival guide is here.

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