Forum 2023: Tuesday 29 Aug – Saturday 2 September
Want to be part of the gospel going out on campus in the year ahead? Then you'd better get yourself to Forum!
Forum is our annual conference for leaders and influencers in CUs from across the country. Think 5 days of worship, training, silent discos, prayer, barbecues, and dreaming big for the year ahead, all with a thousand other student leaders... Now add to that the Science Network seminar track, where you'll connect with other scientists to dive into what it looks like to love and serve Jesus in the context of a science course.
Whether you're on committee, leading an Impact Group, or just keen to get some specialist teaching as a science student, join us for an action-packed few days learning from God's word and being built up for mission.
Science Network Track 2023
From genes/geometry/geophysics to Jesus
Ever felt jealous of your friends studying the humanities who get to discuss the Bible in class? Getting Jesus into a post-lecture chat is hard work when your starting point is quantum mechanics! But if it’s true that all things hold together in Christ (see Colossians 1), a conversation about science is never that far from a conversation about Jesus. Join us for a practical workshop on connecting your discipline to Christ in conversation, where you’ll learn to turn even the most obscure science chat into a gospel opportunity.
Catch up on sessions from previous years here:
Forum 2022: Hasn’t science killed atheism?
Forum 2021: Living and speaking for Jesus in the world of science
What can I say? John Lennox at Forum 2019
We don't want cost to be a barrier to accessing the great teaching that's on offer at Forum. A limited number of bursaries are available to students taking part in the Science Network track for whom financial concerns would otherwise stop them attending. To apply for a bursary, email Science Network Coordinator Emma Penwright at firstname.lastname@example.org with your course, uni, graduation year, and a brief summary of why you think you'd benefit from the track.