All We Can are delighted to return to Cliff College Festival from 26th – 29th May this year, to share our work, our inspiring partners, and our pioneering partnership approach with festival attendees.
The Festival line-up
From performances and worship on The Hope Stage to youth activities and seminars, there is plenty on offer for both in-person and online festival-goers.
Speaking about the 2023 festival, Tim Baker (All We Can’s Head of Public Engagement) said:
Cliff Fest is an opportunity for us to talk about justice, mission and God’s love for the whole world, with hundreds of Christians in the heart of the beautiful Derbyshire countryside – it’s why All We Can has been coming every year since 2016, and is proud to be the charity partner for the event.
Hope & Anchor
The All We Can team will be returning to co-host Hope & Anchor Café with the Methodist Church of Great Britain. Hope & Anchor is a safe space for everyone to have conversations with contributors, friends and strangers— it’s a place where faith talk meets real talk, where we find ourselves restored as we connect with God, ourselves and each other. People come to Hope & Anchor to simply relax, bring their questions, or maybe hear something that changes their perspective.
This year, the theme is ‘Eden Restored’, and the festival’s events will explore significant ecological themes in Scripture and in the world, with a focus on reconciliation and restoration.
‘Everything local is sustainable’ Victor Mughogho, Director of Eagles (Malawi)
All We Can is excited to share how locally-led development is transforming the development landscape in the communities where our partners work. Join us on our tandem bike and come on a journey with us to see every person’s potential fulfilled!
Join us this May
There’s still time to sign up to attend Cliff Festival this year. We look forward to meeting you and connecting with the whole All We Can movement in beautiful Derbyshire!