What is Cursillo?
Cursillo is a movement of the church. Its purpose is to help those in the church understand their individual callings to be Christian Leaders. The leadership may be exercised in work situations, in the family and social life, in leisure activities, and within the Church environment. Leadership, in Cursillo, does not mean power over others, but influence on others; all of us need to be aware that we can exert a positive influence on those around us.
What is the Goal of Cursillo?
The goal of Cursillo is the goal of the Church: to bring all to Christ. This is done when informed, trained leaders set out with the support of others having a similar commitment.
What does Cursillo do?
It helps to renew and deepen Christian commitment. Cursillo is one of many renewal movements. Many people have said Cursillo provides an important learning experience which causes many to feel like newly made Christians with a purpose and with support.
What is the Cursillo Movement About?
Cursillo is patterned on Jesus’ own example. He searched out and called a small group of potential leaders (pre-Cursillo); He trained them by word and example and inspired them with a vision (Cursillo Three-Day Weekend); He linked them together and sent them out into the world to bring the world to Him (Fourth Day).
Who can I talk to at Prince George about Cursillo?
Please call the Church Office and set up an appointment with the Rector or another Clergy member. There are over 30 people in our congregation who have participated in Cursillo who would love to talk it over and pray with you as you discern this exciting movement within the Church.
For more information about Cursillo in the Diocese of South Carolina contact:
Sue Harrison, Diocesan Lay Coordinator
245 Spencerswood Drive
Conway, SC 29526
Visit the Diocesan Website for more information and upcoming weekends: