Local groups are at the core of how Christians in Science operate.
Click on the headings below to find out more details about your local group.
If there is no local group in your area but you wish there was please e-mail the Development Officer for details of how to go about setting up a new group.
A new discussion group has recently started up in Aberdeen. If you would like details of meetings please contact David Ely at email@example.com
A home-based group located in Abergavenny, we meet regularly to discuss various science – faith topics. If you would like details of location and meeting times please contact Dr Huw Morgan on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Birmingham local group is run by students from the University of Birmingham. We meet on campus once a month to equip, encourage and pray for one another and to pray for our campus. For more information , click here.
Bristol CiS is a local group aimed at people in and around the Bristol area who are interested in discussing the relationship between science and faith. Click here for details of upcoming events, or email Christina Biggs on cmbbiggs
The CiS – Faraday lectures are a termly lecture series on science and religion, funded as part of the activities of The Faraday Institute.
CiS Central South is a group aimed at people in and around the Southampton area who are interested in discussing the relationship between science and Christianity. If you would like to get involved please email Tim Henstock.
The Durham University local group aims to provide opportunities for people in the North-East to discuss the relationship between science and faith through lectures, discussion groups, prayer meetings and social events. For more information, or to join our mailing list, please email email@example.com
The Edinburgh group is a mix of scientists and interested non-scientists from many different disciplines and backgrounds. If you would like to be added to the mailing list or be more involved with the group please contact Gavin Merrifield.
The CiS Harrow group meets periodically for speaker events. Click here for details of upcoming events. If you would like details of CiS events in Harrow please contact Revd Lyndon North on 07716 302101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Dr John Ling on email@example.com if you would like details of CiS events in Ipswich.
CiS Ireland brings together those with an interest in science and faith on the island of Ireland. We hold regular meetings, including the God and Science Lectures in various locations in Ireland and our meetings are open to all who have a genuine interest in science-faith issues. For further details please see our website www.cis.org.uk/ireland.
CiS Leeds aims to provide a forum for discussion of science – faith issues in Yorkshire. We meet together regularly at South Parade Baptist Church, Headingley, Leeds. For information about upcoming events please click here. To be added onto the mailing list please e-mail John Lockwood.
The Liverpool Christians in Science group meets regularly at the Anglican Chaplaincy at Mulberry Court. E-mail Neville Cobbe (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
CiS Manchester: The Manchester Science and Philosophy Group is a group aiming to provide an opportunity for those in and around the Manchester area to discuss science and faith in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Each meeting will have a short talk followed by plenty of time for questions and discussion over coffee. Click here for more details or e-mail the secretary Alma Budd at email@example.com.
CiS Nottingham meets together regularly for discussion of science – faith issues. Please contact Geoff Bagley on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The Oxford local group meets together once or twice a term at St Andrew’s Church, Linton Road in North Oxford. Click here for more details and information about upcoming events or e-mail Dr Diana Briggs on email@example.com to be added onto the mailing list.
The Royal Holloway group is run by a group of students at Royal Holloway, University of London. They meet regularly to pray and chat, and host occasional events. For more information, please contact Aline Porteous on firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Sheffield group meet every fortnight during term time to explore issues of science and faith. We will also host a public event each term so that anyone can hear Christian scientists explain how science interacts with their faith. If you would like more information about the group or events please e-mail email@example.com or click here
The University of St Andrews has both an undergraduate and a postgraduate CiS group. The undergraduate group meets up weekly during the semester and the postgraduate group meets up several times a semester to discuss the relationship between faith and science. For more information about the undergraduate group, please contact Dr Andrew Torrance (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Joshua Sharp (email@example.com). For more information about the postgraduate group, please contact Dr Rebecca Goss (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To provide a forum for discussion of science and faith in Surrey, the Surrey chapter of Christians in Science aims to organize two or three public meetings per year, addressed by well-known / experienced speakers who are Christians and scientists, expressing their views on Science - Faith topics. Please contact Joy Perkins on email@example.com for details about upcoming events in the area.
The new Tyneside and Northumberland group is currently being established in the Newcastle area. For more information about upcoming events please click here or e-mail Bill Clegg on firstname.lastname@example.org (please include CiS in the subject line).
Until recently, the West Midlands CiS group ran in conjunction with the Birmingham University CiS group, but recently they have become two groups.
For more information about events in the West Midlands, please contact Godfrey Armitage.
The Worcester-based Bible and Science group has been meeting together to discuss the relationship between science and Christianity for some time, and we are delighted that the group has affiliated with CiS as a local group. Details about the group and their upcoming events can be found here.