Christians in Science grew out of UCCF as a professional group a number of
years ago, and student work remains very close to our hearts. Equipping Christian students to deal with questions of science and faith is a key part of our student ministry, and we aim to provide a supportive and encouraging network for science students as they grow and develop in their Christian faith.
The 2017 STUDENT ESSAY COMPETITION is open over the summer (deadline 30th August) – all information is available on the essay competition page here.
If you’re interested in being involved in our mentoring scheme you can find out how here
As part of our ongoing work we have been awarded a new grant, which allows us to focus even more of our work on resourcing and supporting students and early-career professionals.
If you are a student and would like to get involved with CiS in any way, or would like any more information, please contact the Development Officer, Emily Sturgess.
Click the links below (or to the right) to find out more about different aspects of our work with students/being a student member of CiS/getting involved:
If you are part of a Christian Union at your university, you could also check out UCCF’s Science Leadership Development Network site: info below!
UCCF’s Leadership Networks exist to equip students who face unique challenges in their field of study, and who will be entering areas of strategic and cultural significance.
In your network, you will connect with like-minded students, and receive specialist teaching that addresses the challenges and opportunities unique to your area of interest.
The UCCF Science Network exists to equip all students hoping to pursue a career in science when they graduate.
As leaders who will profoundly impact society, our aim is to demonstrate the connection between the gospel and your studies, and train you to be a Christ-centred leader in your sphere of influence..