Cedarwood Festival confirms charitable status
30th January, 2020
Cedarwood Festival is delighted to announce the confirmation of charitable status, that will form the foundation of the new northern festival, launching in July 2020.
Cedarwood Festival is an independent festival, gathering all generations and expressions to worship Jesus in unity. Launching in July 2020, at Moorhouse Farm, County Durham, in the north of England. The weekend festival is backed by many of the major denominations, will include corporate worship, biblical teaching, practical workshops, after hours activities for all ages, 24-7 prayer and worship and a full children’s and youth programme, with many north east churches and organisations supporting the event.
The governing trustees of Cedarwood are made up of not for profit, church, and business leaders from across the north of England who all align with the core memorandum of developing Christian events in the UK to further the faith and unity of the church and para organisations in the region.
We hope and pray that this new annual event sees the North of England come together and gather the church in unity. This has been confirmed and is public as of January 2020. Cedarwood Festival will launch its inaugural event on 17-19 July 2020, with the theme for the 2020 being Unity.
Speaking on behalf of Cedarwood Festival, Founder, David Stretton-Downes, said:
“We are honoured to be moving into this new phase as Cedarwood Festival Limited and excited to build on the legacy of the ground breaking unity events that have taken place in the past 30 plus years in this region, gathering people to worship Jesus and foster community within the wider church.”
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