Creation Fest exists in order to share the good news of the God who has created us and loves us, of His Son, Jesus Christ, who has redeemed us, and of the Spirit who guides us. Our desire is that Christians would know and love Jesus more as they stand on the authority of Scripture, and that churches would come together in greater unity.
Read our Annual Report for an update on the ministry's activities throughout the year and how it was funded.
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Creation Fest began in the summer of 2002 in Woolacombe, North Devon, as a one-day event and developed into a three-day festival. In 2009, Creation Fest moved to The Royal Cornwall Events Centre (Royal Cornwall Showground) in Wadebridge and extended into a full seven-day festival.
Attendees now gather from the Southwest, throughout the UK, and from countries around the world for the Fest. Throughout the year Creation Fest partners with local churches and organisations for outreaches and events in the UK.
2014 marked a year of transition as Phil Pechonis, co-founder of Creation Fest, passed away. He left a tremendous legacy of loving Christ and the people of England. Pastor Brian Brodersen, co-founder of Creation Fest, assumed the role of Festival Director, along with a full UK-based team. We look back at the past faithfulness of God and look forward to the good things yet to come.
Creation Fest 2002
Creation Fest 2007
Creation Fest 2009
Meet some of the Creation Fest team:
Deputy Safeguarding Coordinator
Site & Production Assistant