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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Upcoming events

Thursday 16th July 2020  19:00 – 20:30
Norwich Cathedral Nave, NR1 4DH

Evolution and the love of God. 

Speaker: Denis Alexander (Faraday Institute for Science and Religion)

Tuesday 22nd September 2020  19:00 – 20:30
Norwich Cathedral Nave, NR1 4DH

Evolution, human uniqueness and extra-terrestrials: is there a Christian perspective?

Speaker: Simon Conway Morris (Professor of Evolution and Paleobiology, Cambridge University)

Thursday 8th October 2020  19:00 – 20:30
Annual Science-Faith Cathedral Lecture, Norwich Cathedral Nave, NR1 4DH

Dinosaurs, Evolution and Religion. 

Speaker: Nick Spencer (Senior Fellow at Theos)

Monday 16th November 2020  19:00 – 20:30
The Meeting Place, Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Street, Norwich NR2 2BJ 

Science, reason and Christian faith. 

Speaker: Revd. Dr Rodney Holder (Faraday Institute for Science and Religion)