Category: CHURCH ACTION

CHURCH ACTION ‘The Uneasy Sleeps Of Max Maxwell’ Theatre Tour – How...

We are delighted to support Riding Lights Theatre Company through our Scientists in Congregations programme to develop and stage a new touring production centring on artificial intelligence in modern-day life. The Uneasy Sleeps of Max...

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CHURCH ACTION ECLAS and the Lambeth Call on Science and Faith

With the title “God’s church for God’s world”, it is fitting that the recent Lambeth Conference of global Anglican bishops made science and its interaction with Christian faith a major theme. The Archbishop of Canterbury...

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CHURCH ACTION Scientists in Congregations guest post: Wild and Wonderful

Guest post from Petra Crofton, Scientists in Congregations project co-director at St Lawrence Church in Barnwood and author of Science Geek Christy and her Eco-Logbook. I am a project co-director for a Scientists in Congregations...

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CHURCH ACTION £130,000 FOR NEW CHURCH AND COLLEGE SCIENCE-FAITH PROJECTS

We are pleased to award £130,000 to ten churches and three theological colleges under the 2022-23 Scientists in Congregations and Science for Seminaries awards. Ten congregations have received a total of £93,035 under the Scientists...

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CHURCH ACTION Giving thanks for the life of Sir John Houghton, climate...

On Saturday I was in a small village hall in Aberdyfi, on the Welsh coast. In amongst amateur dramatics and music recitals, the hall was hosting perhaps one of its most significant events. It was...

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CHURCH ACTION Scientists in Congregations Guest Post: Life on the Edge

By Dr Mike Kent, project co-director of Life on the Edge at Wadebridge Methodist Church and Tubestation, Cornwall. Image credit: Adrian Langdon. Read more about Scientists in Congregations here. The Life on the Edge project is based at...

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CHURCH ACTION Seeing and believing: Lessons from “Doubting Thomas”

On the second Sunday of Easter, Anglicans traditionally reflect on Jesus’ appearance to so-called doubting Thomas. Richard Dawkins once proposed the apostle Thomas for the role of patron saint of science, as the only disciple that...

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CHURCH ACTION Blood, breath and bread: Understanding Death and Life

Death is a process, not an event. In the days before death, a person’s heartbeat and blood circulation slow down and they will begin to sleep more and more, increasingly lapsing into periods of unconsciousness....

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