About the Foundation
C.S. Lewis College’s parent organization is the C.S. Lewis Foundation, which was established in 1986 as a non-profit organization with the mission:
Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learning and the culture at large.
Throughout the years, our goal has been singular: to encourage Christian faculty, students, clergy, lay persons, and seekers–within the university and without–to actively, openly, and creatively integrate the life of the mind, the life of the imagination, and the life of the spirit in order to live a fully developed and mature life in Christ.
In addition to the college, the Foundation hosts several programs and events around the world:
- C.S. Lewis Study Centre at The Kilns
- C.S. Lewis Summer Institute (“Oxbridge”)
- C.S. Lewis Conferences & Retreats
- C.S. Lewis Faculty Forum
Among the conferences and retreats hosted by the Foundation are our annual Summer Seminars at the Kilns (C.S. Lewis’s home in Oxford) and our annual Fall Conference, held in Houston, Texas. The Foundation also hosts the famous C.S. Lewis Summer Institute (“Oxbridge”) in Oxford and Cambridge, England, every three years.
To learn more about the C.S. Lewis Foundation’s upcoming events, click here.