Webteam: May 2021
Festival at Home 2021 is taking place from 29 May to 31 May. It will be a digital event due to the ongoing event restrictions.
Around the Campfire
To gather around a campfire is an act of community — we gather as a people at a time and in a place, coming from our different locations to join with one another and share something of our story and experience.
But the thing that draws us to the campfire is not just a sense of community — it's a sense of unity.
"During Festival at Home we are unpacking the theme Around the Campfire. This is an opportunity to meet together as the church from across the country and around the world, to worship and pray together and to learn from and be challenged by God's word and by one another." (Rev Ashley Cooper, Principal of Cliff College)
Further details can be obtained on the Festival At Home pages
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