Flame of Hope Faith Festival in Corsham
By R_Ferrier | Sunday, May 20, 2012, 10:15
The Flame of Hope Festival of Faith kicked off in Corsham and the surrounding areas on 12th May and will finish on 27th May, but there are still plenty of events happening in and around the town for you to take part in.
Lacock Church, where the Dr Who talk is taking place.
On Monday 21st May 'Any Questions' at 7.30pm at Neston Church will give people "a chance to grill a panel of Christians on any topic of your choosing."
'Space, Time, Machine and Monster: The Science and Fiction of Dr Who' takes place on Tuesday 22nd May from 6.00pm to 7.30pm in Lacock Church. The event is a talk with CBBC's scientist Mark Brake and rapper Jon Chase. The event provides "a fun exploration of the universe and a chance to discuss science and faith issues with Mark and Jon and the Bishop of Swindon." There will also be pizza and from 7.45pm, a chance for a more adult discussion of faith and science chaired by the Bishop.
'Living History', an evening to celebrate the past, present and future of the village community and church in Gastard, is taking place at 7.30pm at the Gastard Village Church.
Lastly, on Saturday 26th May from 2pm to 6pm, the Flame of Hope Festival on the Recreation Ground in Box is taking place. It will be your last chance to see the Ugandan choir and the festival will showcase musical contributions from Neston School and the Corsham School.