Sunday, November 17
1952. Magdalen College, Oxford. C.S. Lewis is preparing for a meeting of ‘the Inklings’ (J.R.R. Tolkein, etc). A party of American tourists wanders in by error. He entertains them with the story of his life from his happy Belfast childhood, the death of his mother and WWI experiences causing a loss of faith, his gradual and reluctant return to God, Oxford academe, and his eventual popularity as a Christian apologist. The presentation includes readings from Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters and The Chronicles of Narnia.
Doar Hall, 6:00PM
TICKETS: $20.00 per patron
Includes: Live Performance and English Pub Inspired Supper
Call the C.S. Lewis Box Office @ 843-991-0152
Reserve your tickets and mail check,
payable to : Pass the Legacy
110 Gadsden Street., Summerville, SC. 29483-4321
Proceeds from this event will benefit Pass the Legacy’s emerging ministry designed to increase the health of relationships between grandparents, grown children, and grand children. This event will raise funds to support the expansion of Pass the Legacy and Catherine H. Jacobs in her work to author Leaders of Legacy : A League of Courageous Grand Parents and Grown Parents.