The three day weekend provides a living experience, meeting Christ and meeting fellow Christians in a friendly, non-threatening, and joyous atmosphere.
The Anglican 4th Day weekend begins on Thursday evening and ends Sunday evening. During the three days, you will hear 15 talks and 5 meditations given by clergy and laity who make up the team. The talks are on topics such as Grace, Faith, Piety, Study, Action, and Sacraments. There is also daily Eucharist and time for prayer, as well as music, discussion, fellowship, and fun.
The Anglican 4th Day weekend is based on a program of spiritual renewal initiated by the Roman Catholic Church in Spain in the 1940s. The Roman Catholics use the term Cursillo, which means a short course or “little study.”
Adopted by many denominations, and now International, it has been called Cursillo, Tres Diaz, and Walk to Emmaus and others by different churches. Anglican 4th Day is the Anglican expression of the movement and is being extended to many churches throughout the United States.
The Anglican 4th Day works to form groups of men and women committed to living the Christian life in union with the Living Lord and to share Christ with those they know and love.