At Cliff Conferences we are experienced in accommodating groups of varying sizes and with differing needs and we would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you all that we can offer in order to make your conference a success.
The Conference Centre is made up of five buildings with various types of accommodation, conference rooms and other facilities that can be hired singularly, as a whole, or in any combination to suit your needs.
Our friendly and professional staff are ready to help you from your initial enquiry right through to the end of your conference and we very much look forward to welcoming you to our facilities.
Cliff College are an approved partner of The University of Manchester. Students enrolled onto a validated course, study programmes developed by Cliff College, approved by and leading to an award of the University of Manchester.
We are currently developing a number of areas of work with the Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham, as the two centres in the Discipleship and Ministries Network of the Methodist Church. For more information about the Queen’s Foundation click on the the logo.
The Manchester Wesley Research Centre promotes and supports research in the life and work of John and Charles Wesley, their contemporaries in the 18th century Evangelical Revival, their historical and theological antecedents, and contemporary scholarship in the Wesleyan and Evangelical tradition. The MWRC has a working partnership between a range of institutions including Cliff College. Faculty members at Cliff College are Fellows of the MWRC. Fellows are defined as research degree supervisors from partner institutions who are active in research pertinent to the interests of the Centre. All fellows have been approved by The University of Manchester to supervise PhD students. Cliff College makes a vital contribution to the MWRC through the role of its faculty representatives on the MWRC board. Additionally, all Cliff PhD students working in areas within the remit of the MWRC are Junior Fellows.
Here you can find out more about the Methodist Church in the UK. The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. It does this through worship, learning and caring, service and evangelism.
Having been publishers of books since 1970, selling to the trade and retail, we are now able to offer our books for you to buy here at our online store. If you are a trade customer, please see www.moorleys.co.uk for how to obtain your trade discount. If you want to order retail, please select from our catalogue and complete your order using this website.
Moorleys and Cliff have a great and long-standing business relationship. The majority of our printing and publishing is done through Moorleys and they also sell a fair amount of books written by lecturers and staff here at Cliff. To see a selection of Cliff College books and publishing, please click on the logo.
If you are a Facebook user, why not join our Facebook page? We use our Facebook page in order to keep up with past and present students, and to let other Facebook users know what’s going on at Cliff. If you don’t know what Facebook is, or you just want to check out our site, click the Facebook logo!
Derby Church Net exists to bring the churches of Derby and Derbyshire together over the Internet, representing churches from many different denominations and traditions. It is a shared source of information to all within the church, and those outside of the church, wanting to find out more. It makes information available 24 hours a day, every day, to anyone who wants it.
This shared site makes it possible for small churches to have a presence on the web, who otherwise would not have the resources available for this. It also helps all churches communicate better, to work together as a single church body.
The vision of Inspire is to promote discipleship as a way of life that is essentially missionary in nature, or ‘mission spirituality’. Christians are brought together in small groups called ‘fellowship bands’, so that they can hold each other accountable for their discipleship in everyday life. Fellowship bands are networked together as a means for gathering, supporting and mentoring mission-shaped disciples.
Worship Academy currently host their training weekends at Cliff College. Worship Academy is about leading people through a course on Biblical music, praise and worship in the context of history and the contemporary church. It is also about ‘building people’ – taking them on a journey to experience their full worth and identity, helping people to discover their position and potential and release them into a full expression of wholesome gift and character into the complete worshipping life of the Church, ministry, worship team and mission, ensuring that they carry a strong and true sense of God’s favour on their lives, full of the Holy Spirit and faith, affirmed, equipped and empowered.