EPISCOPAL CURSILLO MINISTRY Telephone: 303-823-1802    P.O. Box 460506  Aurora,CO 80046 ECMOffice@EpiscopalCursilloMinistry.org
“But grace was given to each of us according to the measure of Christ's gift. And His gifts were that some should be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.”   Ephesians 4:7, 11-12
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What is Cursillo? An opportunity to grow in faith and in spirituality A deeper understanding of the teachings of Jesus and how we can serve Him. An experience of living and sharing with others in a loving and caring Christian community and realizing that this can be extended into our own environment A continuing community that gives support and encouragement to help Christians carry out their Baptismal Vows. The key elements of the Episcopal Cursillo Ministry are relationship, evangelism, and reconciliation in the home, the parish, the community, and the world. The Episcopal Cursillo Weekend: Cursillo includes a time to experience living in a supportive Christian community though the Episcopal Cursillo Weekend. Across the country, diocese offer Weekends following a three-day schedule that begins on Thursday evening and concludes on Sunday. Some diocese offer Weekends following a shorter schedule that begins on Friday evening and concludes on Sunday. ALL Weekends include fifteen talks, five meditations and a Eucharist every day.  The Episcopal Cursillo Weekend is not a retreat. It is an opportunity to meet clergy and laity seeking to strengthen our faith. It provides an environment to experience the reality of the gift of God’s love through shared prayer, individual meditation, worship, study, fellowship, laughter, tears, and unconditional love.  After the Weekend: Each person returning from a Weekend is encouraged to actively participate in the Jesus Movement. This time after the Weekend is known as the “Fourth Day” and extends for the rest of their lives. Through the Cursillo community, there are ongoing means to support Christian living and ministry. What’s expected of participants? To be open and willing to respond to what you experience, to share your feelings with others, and allow them to share theirs with you. To make a genuine effort to discover where you are and where or how you can grow in your Christian life. To feel secure in the knowledge that you are accepted where you are and as you are, and to know that a specific response is not expected of you. What is the Episcopal Cursillo Ministry? The Episcopal Cursillo Ministry, through the Episcopal Cursillo Ministry Committee, guides the work of Episcopal Diocesan Cursillo ministries in the USA and other locations. See the following videos about Episcopal Cursillo: Diocese of Alabama Video Tennessee's Servant Community video Georgia's How Cursillo Strengthens Your Faith  Rebirth of Cursillo in Georgia Diocese of Texas Testimonials
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