Most of the events listed here are not organised by this local Christians in Science group. Many events are being held online, either exclusively or in hybrid mode with a physical meeting, and can easily be accessed regardless of geographical location, so we are including events of interest that are organised elsewhere. Click the links for further information including how to access the events (prior booking may be required).
Faith in Science
A series of interviews with Christian scientists
Transworld Radio, from 2 July 2022
This is a repeat of the series first broadcast in April to June (with the dates given here). You can also listen to the podcasts via TWR’s On-Demand service: see ‘Previous Events’ for more information.
Each episode will air at 7am on the Saturday, then repeat at 7pm on the Sunday. You can find out how to tune in here: www.twr.org.uk/how-to-listen/
Science and Faith Perspectives on the Art of Being Human
Faraday Institute Summer Course
Sunday 3 July to Friday 8 July, in Cambridge and online
For details see this registration page
At the time of writing there were still a few tickets available for in-person attendence, but the opportunity will soon vanish. It will probably remain possible to register for online attendance right up to the start of the course or even beyond. Online registration also provides access afterwards to the recorded sessions.
Communicating Science and Faith
Friday 16 to Sunday 18 September, in Cambridge
This is a weekend training course for anyone interested in developing communication skills in science and Christian faith, organised and run by The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion together with God and the Big Bang. There is no cost for registration, accommodation and catering; you just have to arrange and pay your own travel. It is quite hard work but also great fun and well worth attending. Applications need to be made by Friday 15 July and a place is not guaranteed, depending on the number of applicants.
Christians in Science Autumn Conference 2022
This will probably be held this year in Birmingham on a Saturday around the end of October and will honour the memory of the Christian brain physicist Donald MacKay, who was born 100 years ago and wrote on a wide range of topics including Mechanistic worldview, Brain science and Artificial Intelligence, Science and the Bible, Sovereignty of God in Nature, God and Chance etc.
Details will be provided later.