No, and for good reason.
It is easy enough to see why some would think science 'hates' God. Science is inadvertently at odds with a number of religious beliefs. The age of the Earth (4.54 ± 1% billion years) is inconvenient for some religions. The abundance of supporting evidence for evolution forces some religions into awkward contortions such as 'all life evolved except for human life'. Scientific findings continue to run counter to certain religious teachings (e.g. Noah's ark, creation story, etc.) with no real end in sight.
But it is wrong to think science is out to get religion or God. The reality is that science does not even consider the notion of a god or of religions. Science is just following the evidence to where it leads and thus far it has not lead to God. In result, science is neither for nor against God or any religion - it is entirely disinterested in such matters.
There are many debates where science-oriented skeptics face religious believers. These debates respond to religious-based anti-science positions. The science of evolution, for example, is not compatible with stories such as Adam & Eve which depict a personal God directly designing human beings. Although evolution does not consider the origin of life, in most other aspects it is incompatible with creationism and thus many religions. Because of this incompatibility some religious organizations (not all) try to discredit and/or distort the scientific findings. This brings the consequent backlash from those who defend science.
Most of the backlash is against specific religious beliefs which drive people to dismiss science. Rarely do you find a science-based debate argue against the possibility of an abstract sentient creator since that possibility does indeed exist. The problem is that we have people in 2015 claiming certain scientific theories such as evolution should be downplayed because they are 'just theories' or are 'not proven'. This profound lack of understanding of science is impossible to overlook. Given most of this is driven by religious teachings there is indeed an anti-religion / pro-science movement to help people put aside faith-based myths which contradict findings of modern science.
Science itself is not concerned with religion / God but its defenders most definitely are.
God and Science
There is no theory (or even hypothesis) of God in science. God is not even a named concept. Science is strictly concerned with observing reality and attempting to provide the best explanation of its observations based upon quality evidence and rigorous methods. It is possible that the known universe was created by a sentient entity but science does not care unless the evidence highlights that possibility. If science were ever to find evidence of a creator entity it would be all over it with great enthusiasm.†
Science and the gods of select religions can coexist for those religions that do not contradict well corroborated scientific findings such as evolution. Religions which explain that which science has yet to explain are of no concern to science (or its defenders). But religions that seek to discredit or distort science as a survival tactic will suffer rebuke from a growing scientifically savvy population.
† Imagine the career potential for the scientist who puts forth the first evidence-based, corroborated, peer-reviewed and largely accepted (i.e. published and referenced) theory of God. It does not get much bigger than that.