Contact Info

Phone: 0161 828 1407

Web: www.gatbb.co.uk

Meet the Team

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God and the Big Bang is supported by a wide range of staff at organisations including the Church of England, the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Christians in Science, the Institute of Education at the University of Reading, and it is funded by the Templeton World Charity Foundation.

Michael Harvey
Michael HarveyExecutive Director

Michael has helped a numerous businesses and individuals unlock growth and unleash potential. In 2004 Back to Church Sunday was birthed and Michael started to work with churches throughout the UK and eventually throughout the english speaking world. He has spoken to thousands of church leaders in his Unlocking the Growth Seminars and has to date seen thousands of Christians mobilised to invite, resulting in hundreds of thousands of accepted invitations. Michael has been instrumental in developing the God and the Big Bang project over the past few years.

Suzanne is Project Coordinator for God and the Big Bang. She has a PhD in Chemical Physics from the University of Salford. During her PhD, she published her research in two academic journals. Suzanne was inspired by her experience of working in the same field as astrochemists at NASA studying molecules in space. Suzanne became a Christian thanks to the wonderful opportunities she was given during her PhD. Following her academic work, Suzanne went on to teach science in Secondary and Middle Schools for many years. Suzanne is passionate about using her skills and experience to encourage enjoyment of science and is happy to be now working with students, sharing the compatibility of science and faith.

Suzanne Kalka
Suzanne KalkaProject Coordinator
Sarah Moring
Sarah Moring Primary Schools Administrator

Sarah has recently started working as Primary Schools Administrator for God and the Big Bang. She has an Undergraduate degree in Pharmaceutical Science from the University of Lincoln, where she was also Vice President of the Christian Union. She has a Master’s degree in Science Communication from Imperial College London, during which she found a passion for using stories to make science and faith engaging. Sarah has lots of experience volunteering with children and young people.