This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Lewis’ death and there is a lot to commemorate concerning his life and lasting legacy. The C.S. Lewis Foundation has events in the works starting with our summer conference in San Diego. We are also excited to continue our Summer Seminar program at the Kilns, and rooms are
Thanks to the very generous support of two specific donors, we were recently able to supply Debbie Higgens–warden at the Kilns–with a much needed car. This is a great help for our warden as she prepares throughout the year with the scholars-in-residence and other programs. There are a few pictures of the new vehicle below.
We are very grateful for everyone that has joined with us over the years to advance our mission. Whether you are a donor, an alumnus of one of our events, a volunteer, someone who has prayed for us, or someone who has encouraged us, we thank you for your support of our work. So that
C.S. Lewis died on November 22, 1963, just seven days shy of his 65th birthday on November 29th. Today is the 49th anniversary of his passing, the same day that President John F. Kennedy and writer Aldous Huxley died. In “Living the Legacy” of C.S. Lewis, we at the Foundation don’t seek to idolize the
Our dear friend and event speaker Malcolm Guite just invited me to link to a post on his blog related to this year’s Summer Seminar at The Kilns. Malcolm spent an afternoon with a group of seminar participants at the Orchard in Granchester. After receiving an unexpected and very welcome gift from Jerry Root, Malcolm