On Monday, January 23rd we departed Cambridge for a few days in Oxford. As we neared Oxford, we stopped in Headington to visit Holy Trinity Church, where C.S. Lewis attended regularly and is buried, and The Kilns, where Lewis lived. Dr. Melton provided the tour at the church and cemetery, and one of there individuals now studying in the resident provided a tour of the house. Both were enjoyable, but I almost didn't make it through the house tour. By the time we reached Oxford, I went straight to bed with a sinus inflection. I'm thankful I was able to enjoy this part of Oxford. The steps outside the white door on the house led to the room where C.S. Lewis slept. The pond is just a few yards away from the house.
"Jack" (C.S. Lewis) and his brother, Warnie, sat on the small back pew to the left of the flag in the image below inside the church. The church is within easy walking distance from his home, The Kilns. The story of Jack's conversion is most remarkable, and his impact on millions of individuals through his writings and lectures is incalculable.