About PARKS at ONE

PARKS at ONE is a series of monthly lunchtime talks which aim to connect the Christian faith with the everyday lives of all those who work on the Cambridge Science, Innovation and Business Parks. 

It's free, there is no need to book and everyone is welcome – whether you a person of faith, curious about the big questions of life, or just interested in finding out more about the Christian faith.

We meet at 1pm in the Trinity Centre conference suite on the Science Park and  finish by 1.35pm allowing you to get on with your working day.

Food and drink can be purchased from the cafe adjacent to the conference suite or you are welcome to bring your own food and eat during the talk.

Next meeting:

March's meeting is now CANCELLED due to Covid-19

Tuesday 17th March 2020, 1pm, Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park

When God Asks the Questions.

Genesis chapter three is the account of how Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating fruit from the forbidden tree and were cast out of the garden of Eden. However it contains a fascinating dialogue in which God confronts the man and woman and asks four searching questions. What light does this ancient wisdom cast on human nature and how can it help us find a deeper meaning in our lives today?

We were delighted to welcome Jonathan Tame to help us explore this topic.

Jonathan has been the director of the Jubilee Centre since January 2012. Trained originally in agricultural economics, Jonathan worked for the UK government’s international development agency in Cameroon, before joining YWAM’s relief and development office in Switzerland. From there he and his wife Helene spent 11 years in Romania pioneering community development projects and then 3 years in Switzerland connecting Europe’s spiritual heritage with the international community. They now live in St Neots, where they are involved in developing fresh expressions of church.