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Festival at Home 2020 and 2021

Highlights from Festival at Home 2020 and 2021

Our past two Cliff Festival events have been 'Festivals at Home' - you can watch all of the content back on our YouTube channel, or just dip into our highlights below.

Monday All Together

2021 - Monday All Together

Our all-age worship at Cliff Festival was led by Rachel Cooper and Alice Young along with some regular Festival contributors.

Monday Methodist

2021 - Monday seminar from the Methodist Church

Representatives from our Festival partners the Methodist Church discuss positive ways to look after our mental health.

Sunday evening

2021 - Sunday evening celebration

Our evening worship was led by Pete Dawson, with prophetic art from Rev Chris Duffett. We were also joined by Dot Tyler from Tearfund.

Sunday All We Can

2021 - Sunday seminar from All We Can

Our Festival partners All We Can reflect on online church and what that means for mission, worship and seeking justice.


2021 - Sunday cooking show

Rachel Cooper interviewed Holly Adams from the Methodist Church and Andy Beard, a Cliff College graduate and enthusiastic bread maker.

FAH 2020 Monday celebration

2020 - Monday evening celebration

For the final celebration of Festival at Home 2020, we were joined by Eden Fletcher from Hong Kong and led in worship by Sam Taylor.

FAH 2020 Sunday All Together

2020 - Sunday 'All Together' all-age worship

All Together is our Cliff Festival at Home all-age worship - join Bob Hartman, engageworship and Play It By Ear for this session.

FAH 2020 Saturday Bible study

2020 - Saturday worship and Bible study

Our Festival at Home 2020 Bible studies were led by Shane Bishop from Christ Church, Illinois, joined by worship leader Josh Gillam.

Supporting Cliff Festival

We made Festival at Home free to access, to offer hope and good news to as many people as possible: but that doesn't mean it was free to produce. The future of Cliff Festival depends on your generosity and support.