“The God Particle”, a romantic comedy with a hint of sci-fi, will be touring the UK from late March to early June, including a number of performances in Churches of Scotland (17th- 23rd Feb)
Written by James Cary, award-winning co-writer of BBC1’s Miranda, BBC3’s Bluestone 42 and Radio 4’s Another Case of Milton Jones, The God particle enjoyed a sell- out run at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and is described as being “deep, smart, and very funny.”
The Edinburgh International Science Festival Programme launched today and the festival run from 26 March to 10 April 2016. The Church of Scotland SRT Project is delighted to participate in the festival again this year and our event 'Can we address Fuel Poverty and respond to Climate Change? A Church of Scotland perspective' takes place on 6 April.
Would you like to know where all the heat goes in your church and halls? Do you enjoy fiddling about with circuit boards and other electronic stuff? Then how about coming along to a couple of events to learn how to put your soldering iron to good use in your church?
Is your church interested in tackling the thorny issue of the relationship between science and faith? Perhaps you might consider using the God Question DVD and discussion pack. Read what Dr Alan Fraser, from the Black Isle, had to say about his experience of using it in his church.
The audios and videos from the last James Gregory Lecture are now available on the James Gregory website.
In this lecture Prof Eric Priest suggests how the sciences and humanities may be integrated.
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