Possible Worlds: Manchester Science Festival 2011
Sanctus 1 will host Manchester Science Festival's first ever church service.
Possible Worlds will be a celebration of God and science, in which scientific themes and achievements will be explored from the point of view of an inclusive Christian faith that is constantly reinterpreting itself in an ever-changing modern world.
Expect neat visuals, experiential ambience and a space for personal reflection and discussion.
At venues across Greater Manchester from 22nd to 30th October 2011, Manchester Science Festival will celebrate its 5th birthday with a packed programme of comedy, art and family fun. Highlights include Polar (epic footage of the Polar Regions with the Manchester Camerata playing live), BBC One show presenters testing science theories in the Campfield Market Hall, experimental space evening with comedienne Helen Keen, and a series of Oxford University Press authors at Blackwell's bookshop.
The Science Festival is committed to experimentation and reaching new audiences - we hope our unique church service for the festival does just that.
Join us for Possible Worlds at Nexus Art Cafe on Wednesday October 26th 2011. Doors open at 7.30pm with the one-hour event starting at 8pm. Admission is free, so get there early! See more on this and other events on the Manchester Science Festival website.
Pic: taken at Manchester Museum (Sanctus 1 logo embedded later)