Science & Faith: Enemies or Friends? A Victorian youth event

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Friday 24th May 2019 @ 7:00 pm


St Hilary’s Church, Kew (12 John Street, Kew)

Youth Event at St Hilary’s, Kew, in partnership with ISCAST.
The contact person at St Hilary’s is their Youth Minister, Lars Vorlicek:
You can catch him in the St Hilary’s office on Fridays on (03) 9816 7112 or at

We’re delighted to announce a very special Science & Faith event aimed at youth, hosted by St Hilary’s Church and featuring ISCAST Fellows James Garth (main speaker) and Christina Smith-Blom (panelist).

The promo reads, “James Garth is a real-live rocket scientist and works in a very high level within the scientific community in Australia and is an excellent speaker in the area of Science & Faith. He also builds cool drones and recently worked at the Avalon Air Show.”

(We hope James likes that description of himself, because we do! Eds.)

The event is a joint event between ISCAST and St Hilary’s, and one aim of the event is to introduce ISCAST to youth who are struggling with the apparent clash of science and faith.  The event will also feature a panel of leading Christian scientists from varying fields.

Please pass the word around to any youth groups or others you think would be interested!  You can download a flyer here.


Title: Science & Faith: Enemies or Friends?

When: Friday 24th May | 7-9:30pm

Where: St Hilary’s Kew (12 John Street, Kew)

How much: Free! $5 donations are welcome to cover a delicious supper.