C.S. Lewis circle

C.S.Lewis is considered one of the premier Christian thinkers and apologists of the 20th century. His brilliant exploration of the human condition and experience speak to the issues facing our times with clarity and insight. His writing is beautiful, his debates are formidable yet respectful, and his humor is winsome which makes reading his books both delightful and challenging.


The Circle was established to facilitate reading and discussing Lewis’ books in order to enjoy works that effectively marry reason and imagination, to gain a deeper understanding of the philosophical issues that undergird competing worldviews, and to equip participants to engage culture more deeply and confidently.

Spring 2020 study

Miracles by C. S. Lewis


Meets: First and Third Tuesday, 6-8 PM at Maury Co. Public Library


Winter Fellowship & Information Dinner

January 7th, 6 PM

Puckett's Columbia


RSVP to Sharon Vaughn 931-215-9142


Frequently asked questions

When does the Circle meet?

The Circle meets for about eight weeks each Fall and Spring every other Tuesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m.


Where does the Circle meet?

The Maury County Library conference room in downtown Columbia.


Whom do I contact if I am interested in getting started or need more information?

Sharon Vaughn is the contact person for the Lewis Circle and can be reached at 931-215-9142. You are asked to call Sharon if you plan to begin at either the Fall or Spring Fellowship and Information Dinner which kicks off each new semester in order to reserve a seat at the table and to let her know if you want to order the current book through the Circle.