A PROJECT at a church in Poole is set to receive more than £5,000 in funding as part of a scheme aimed at improving people’s understanding of science and faith.
The Scientists in Congregations grant has been awarded to St Mary’s Church in Longfleet for “faith, technology and tomorrow” - a series of activities and events which explore how the Christian faith addresses issues arising from innovations in medicine, environmental sciences and technology.
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What we are hoping with this is that people from all the churches will come along so we can talk to one another.
“Dates of the project events will be available shortly.” Scientists in Congregations forms part of a three-year Durham University project, run in partnership with the Church of England, entitled Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science.
The scheme is open to all mainstream Christian churches and a total of 10 projects will receive funding.
Formed under the vision of a global ministry, Vinesong lead entire worship services in 11 different languages accompanied by songs performed in more than 20 languages.
Senior church steward at Weymouth Bay Methodist Church Mary Gracie said: “Vinesong got in touch with someone from Refresh, the Church of Weymouth and Portland in Action, as they are visiting Portland and thought while they were down here it would be good to do an evening service. Our morning service is fairly traditional whereas in the evening we are open to trying things a little differently.” Established in 1982 by John Watson, Vinesong is acclaimed as the first Christian ministry to have ministered with music at the United Nations in New York and the United Nations in Nairobi, Kenya.