What is Cursillo?
Cursillo is a three-day presentation designed to build enthusiasm for and to renew your commitment to your faith. It is especially helpful for those who take an active role somewhere in the life of the congregation. Why? History has shown us that people who attend Cursillo return from the event highly motivated with a strong desire to serve in the parish and share their experience.
In Northern California, Cursillo is an ecumenical program with active participation with people from Episcopal, Roman Catholic, Baptist, Lutheran Methodist Churches. These people come from all walks of life and experience.
It begins on a Thursday evening and ends the following Sunday afternoon. During the three days the focus will be on Jesus Christ as most of us have never been focused before.
A new community of the Body of Christ is formed while enjoying food, music, worship, talks, lots of fun and laughs. When you leave on Sunday afternoon, you will not be the same person who arrived on Thursday evening.
Cursillos are usually offered twice yearly, once in the spring and again in the fall.
Check with your church or this website for dates and how to apply! De Colores!
On January 19, 2015 the Secretariat approved the motion--The cost to participate in Cursillo is $150.00 per person.
The Secretariat is the elected governing board of the Cursillo Movement of Northern California and meets as scheduled by the President at the beginning of each one year term. The meeting location is: 8331 Sierra College Blvd. #220 Roseville, CA . Meetings are open to all interested Cursillistas who are welcome and encouraged to attend.
2016 Secretariat Meeting Schedule: January 23 March 21, June 20, September 19, November 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Interested Cursillistas should contact President Amy Camp (916) 320-6025