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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Monday 3rd July 2017

7.30 – 8.45 pm

Trinity Meeting Place, Essex St. NR2 2BJ

Selfish genes and altruistic animals

- what can we learn about ethics from evolution?

SPEAKER: Dr Peter Woodford

(Dept of Zoology, University of Cambridge)


Monday 6th November

7.30 – 8.45 pm

Trinity Meeting Place, Essex St. NR2 2BJ

Caring for the weakest: ethical challenges in managing sick and premature babies.

SPEAKER: Dr Amanda Ogilvy-Stuart

(Clinical Director of Rosie Hospital Cambridge and Senior Member of St Edmunds College Cambridge)