Cursillo, a Spanish word meaning “a short course”, is a movement found in many denominations world-wide. It helps Christians experience God’s love and grace in new ways while also helping them discover and live out their personal ministry in the world. Cursillo is open to all adult Episcopalians, men & women, married or single.

Cursillo begins with a four-day weekend, which begins on Thursday and concludes on Sunday. The weekend includes talks by lay people and clergy, group discussion, lots of music, fellowship and incredible fun.

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 empowering the renewed Christians to persevere in carrying out their Baptismal vows.

If you are interested in attending or would like more information, contact Kim Sorensen.
For upcoming dates and more information, check out the Alabama Cursillo website.