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The Tidewater Ultreya gives us the tools to live out our fourth day. Ultreya means - onward, upward and forward, going forth to encourage one another using the Cursillo method.

The Ultreya format consists of a gathering of those who have attended Cursillo and guests who are interested. The Ultreya is made up of: worship, group reunion, singing, witness talk and response.
And last but not least a chance to visit friends and enjoy refreshments. Bring something delicious to share.

Attend the next Tidewater Ultreya - live, share and grow in the Spirit enkindled on the Weekend. MAKE A FRIEND, BE A FRIEND AND BRING A FRIEND TO CHRIST!

1. Ultreya provides sharing, floating group reunions,lay witness talk provided by the Cursillo host church, responses to the talk and shared Worship with Eucharist.

2. Ultreya generates an atmosphere of enthusiasm where all can witness to their own experiences of God in worship and prayer, through encounters with others, and in evangelizing the world.

3. Ultreya gives an opportunity of encouragement for growth in Christ to the participants in their everyday environment with prayer, sharing, experiencing the Lay witness talk and music.

4. Ultreya encourages evangelization of environments with the knowledge that the individual is a part of a witnessing community of faith, and friendships.

Team and Candidate Applications can be obtained via the Cursillo Website -www.cursillodsv.org, the Men's or Women's Coordinators or at the Ultreya. Please pray and consider to serve on team or sponsor a future candidate.

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  • 50
  • By Location
  • Jan 15, 2007
  • English

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