Christians in Science


Each year CiS hosts a Student, Northern and Southern conference.

The student conference is normally held in February or March, the Northern Conference in April or May, and the Southern conference in October or November. For recordings and pdf’s of previous Conferences – see listings to the right

2019 Student Conference 

The Bible and Modern Science: honouring God’s word, exploring God’s works 

Saturday 9th March 2019, The Diamond, University of Sheffield 

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At Christians in Science, we believe that God reveals Himself to us through His divinely inspired written word, the Bible, and through His creation. Science is a gift from God that allows us even the tiniest glimpse into the splendour of His universe. Therefore, we are convinced that the Bible and science are not in conflict; they can both teach us about God and His creation in important and complementary ways.

Join us at the 2019 CiS student conference as we open up our Bibles and hear from four fantastic speakers:

  • Professor Sir Colin Humphries – Can a scientist believe in Biblical miracles? 
  • Professor Tom McLeish – Biblical thinking through science as gift: the Book of Job and Paul’s long letters
  • Dr Bethany Sollereder – Reading Genesis through ancient eyes: creation in ancient near Eastern context 
  • Hannah Malcolm – The community of creation? Reading scripture in an age of climate chaos


Earlybird tickets (before 9th February 2019) = £5

Full price tickets = £10

Free first conference for new CiS members (click here to sign up for free membership)

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Logistics on the day

The conference will begin at 0930 with tea and coffee, and finish by 1630.

A free conference lunch will be provided. Please make sure you indicate any dietary requirements or allergies on your ticket booking.

Student contributions

We are looking for students to contribute ten minute presentations on any aspect of science and faith that interests you.  Please submit an abstract for your talk, of maximum 200 words, to the Development Officer, Abigail, by Friday 1st February 2019. Do not hesitate to get in contact if you have any questions regarding this opportunity.

Travel bursaries

We can fully reimburse travel costs for those students travelling >50 miles to the conference, using any form of transport, although we encourage use of public transport where possible to minimise environmental impact. Travel bursaries will be given on a first come, first served basis, so get in touch with the Development Officer as soon as possible to make an application.

Travel advice

Sheffield is well connected to most major UK cities by train (~2 hours from London, ~1 hour from Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, ~3.5 hours from Edinburgh and Cardiff). The conference venue is a mile’s walk from the railway station. If flying, the nearest airports are Manchester or Leeds Bradford.

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