Join us in summer 2017 amid the “dreaming spires” of Oxford and the riverside beauty of Cambridge, as we explore this important theme with renowned scholars from the arts and sciences, leaders in ministry and the major professions, and an array of literary, visual, and performing artists.
You’ll enjoy stimulating lectures, challenging workshops, meaningful worship services, and a rich variety of cultural programs, all in the good company of friends and colleagues – old and new.
Don’t miss this truly memorable, once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Can’t make it for the entire event? We are now offering the option to register for half of the conference with our One City Option. See our registration page for details.
Who is this conference for?
Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds, experience, ages, and denominations. The conference is for anyone interested in the theme, whether they be laypersons, professors, businesspersons, clergy, students, or teachers. What is common is a love of faith, learning, fellowship, and the arts (and quite often, a love of the works of Lewis, Tolkien, and related writers and artists; though a knowledge of Lewis and the Inklings is definitely not required!).
Event: 2017 C.S. Lewis Summer Institute – “Oxbridge 2017”
Theme: “Irrigating Deserts & Cultivating Gardens: Pursuing Calling with Purpose & Hope”
Dates: Monday afternoon, July 24 – Thursday morning, August 3, 2017
Location: various venues in Oxford & Cambridge, England
Lodging: St. Catherine’s College (Oxford) & Robinson College (Cambridge)
For more information and details, please review the pages on our top menu (above the banner) or on our menu on the right. Thank you!
Register now! Don’t miss it! This event only happens every three years.