Two MRSS chapters organize and host annual conferences.

The Goshen Conference on Religion and Science

The Goshen conference has been held annually, each Spring since 2000, on the campus of Goshen College (Mennonite) in Indiana. It runs over a weekend (Friday evening through Sunday morning) in March or April. Remote participation is also possible.

The conference features a leading thinker at the intersection of science and religion who gives three lectures. Two of the lectures are free and open to the public.

Conference attendees hear all three lectures, and take part in discussions with the speaker after each one. They also share meals throughout the weekend and a brief worship service on Sunday morning. Two of the discussions feature responders who have prepared a response to the lecture to lead off the discussions. More information:

The Andrews Autumn Conference on Religion and Science

Andrews University (Seventh-day Adventist) hosts a annual conference each October on its campus in Berrien Springs, Michigan. The Autumn Conference features a variety of invited speakers and runs from Friday evening through Saturday. More information: