Mind Melds Science and Spirit

A online talk with Revd Don MacGregor

Saturday 13 March 1- 6pm GMT 

£30/£20 concession

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Don MacGregor  will give a series of short talks on the day, tieing together various aspects of science and spirituality, particularly focussing on the strange thing that we all know we have, but no one knows what it is – consciousness. From both a scientific and a spiritual perspective, consciousness can give us a path to understanding more of the physical and metaphysical nature of the universe in which we live. In the first half, he will first look at what the science says about Oneness, then draw on the spiritual heritage to illustrate the convergence with scientific viewpoints. In the second half, he will look in more detail about the power of our thoughts, prayers and actions, and the implications for the significance of the life of Jesus the Christ.


Revd Don MacGregor is a retired Anglican Priest living in St Davids, West Wales. He has been a science teacher, then a priest in numerous churches, large and small, suburban and rural, and a university chaplain. He is a long-term meditator, and has been a guest speaker at the WCCM National Conference.  He is passionate to find a new way forward for Christianity which incorporates today’s science and worldviews. His first book, 'Blue Sky God: the Evolution of Science and Christianity', arises out of his reflections on the way forward for science and Christianity in the 21st century. He has now embarked on a series of books which seek to expand the theological framework of Christianity into the Perennial Philosophy cosmology, thus making it a more universal spirituality.

March 13th, 2021 1:00 PM   to   6:00 PM
Phone: 020 7278 2070
Event Fee(s)
Full Price GBP 30.00
Concession (unwaged/Student/OAP) GBP 20.00

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