The Science and Religion Forum (SRF) had its inception in a series of discussions involving scientists, theologians and clergy which took place in Oxford in the early 1970s.  The key figure in the early discussions was Arthur Peacocke who was to become the Forum’s first Chairman, and later a Vice President and then President. 

Today, SRF exists to promote discussion between scientific understanding and religious thought on issues at the interface of science and religion, and membership is open to people of any religion or none.

Benefits of membership include:

Notification of the Forum’s activities, including advance information concerning the annual conference

Reduced subscription for attendance at the annual conference

The receipt of two editions of REVIEWS each year free of charge

Members may subscribe at a reduced rate to the journal Science and Christian Belief published twice a year by Christians in Science http://www.cis.org.uk.