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On Friday 18th - Sunday 20th October, we are doing something rather special. We are calling this whole weekend ‘Explore’ and we would warmly invite anyone from our area to come at some point over the weekend.

Has science buried God? 19th October, St Margaret's Church - Book Now

Friday 18th October - Explore the Invitation & Explore Big Questions

5 - 6.15pm & 6.45 - 8.15pm

On the Friday night, we are having some special events that can help children and young people to explore what Jesus can mean for them. There will be a picnic tea, games and short talk for families with children under 11 at 5pm. Please click here to book.

Later, at 6.45pm, there will be an opportunity for teens and young people to have some fun, enjoy a delicious dessert and then ask or text in any questions about the Christian life they’d like answered. Please click here to book.

Saturday 19th October - Has science buried God?

7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

On the Saturday night, we have invited a very experienced and distinguished scientist to address the rather blunt question ‘Has Science buried God?’. Dr Denis Alexander, former Director of the Faraday Institute of Science and Religion is a committed Christian. Sometimes people think science has buried God and consider that it is impossible for a thoughtful person to believe in God. If you think like that, do come and join us on this evening – to hear a talk, but also to have the opportunity to ask your questions, any questions, no holes-barred! Booking necessary – click here to book.

Sunday 20th October

8am, 9.30am, 11.15am & 5pm

Then on Sunday, in our services, we will be exploring the mercy and hope that Jesus offers to each one of us. In a world in which people often feel the need to perform to be accepted, Jesus offers mercy. To people who are often anxious about the future, Jesus offers a solid hope. Whether you prefer the quiet, dignified 8am atmosphere; or the familiar hymns of an 11.15, or the lively family services of 9.30am or 5pm, you’ll find a warm welcome and an opportunity to listen to stimulating talk by a vicar from Lindfield.