The aim of the group 'Science and Faith in Norfolk' is to explore the relationship between Science and Faith from a Christian perspective.

The group is mainly, but not exclusively, made up of professional scientists living and working in Norfolk.  It includes a number of clergy.  The group is supported by the Bishop of Norwich.

This ecumenical group seeks to support and encourage its members through open and respectful discussion of subjects at the interface between science and faith.

SFN engages with members of the public through open meetings on science faith issues at the Meeting Place (Holy Trinity Church, NR2 2BJ) and its Annual Cathedral Lecture - given by a well known scientist or theologian on a topical subject.

The group is affiliated to Christians in Sciencehttp://www.bristolnetworks.org.uk/Images/content/1462/485021.jpg

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11 July - 31 October 2020

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Wednesday 3rd October

7.00 – 8.30 pm
Norwich Anglican Cathedral, NR1 4EH

10th Annual Science & Faith Cathedral Lecture

Artificial Intelligence: 
Hopes and Fears for Humanity

SPEAKER: Professor John Wyatt, 

Professor of Ethics, University College London

Senior Investigator, Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge.

Professor Wyatt will examine the fresh hopes and new fears that surround Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.  How might these technologies change our understanding of human distinctiveness and what might be our response as Christians?


Monday 19th November

7:30 - 8:45 pm
Trinity Meeting Place, Essex St., Norwich NR2 2BJ

Memory, dementia and the spiritual self.

SPEAKER: Dr Sarah Housden
Senior Lecturer in Health Sciences, UEA.

Dementia and memory loss raise interesting questions about the connection between mind, body and spirit. Dr Housden will suggest ways to offer spiritual support to those with dementia and to those who care for them.