After hearing a presentation on the life and works of C. S. Lewis as part of a summer Sunday school curriculum, a handful of eager readers decided to form a C. S. Lewis book club in the fall of 2000. The group continued to meet bi-monthly for 16 years, during which we covered most of the Lewis canon.
Early on, we were able to find study guides for some of Lewis's better known books. However, when we got to his other works, we were on our own. These study guides grew out of an attempt to help us identify the key points and provide a springboard for group discussion.
About Allyson Wieland
Allyson Wieland has served as facilitator for the Chapel Hill
C. S. Lewis Book Club since 2000. Originally trained in law, she segued into church administration after several years of practicing regulatory law in a Washington, DC firm.
Currently she serves as Office Manager at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Durham, NC. Off the clock, Allyson loves to read and considers her library card her most prized possession. She admits to never having taken a course in teaching methods and begs the indulgence of the professional educators.