If you have ever attended a Cursillo or Pathways program in the Episcopal Diocese of Montana, we invite you to reconnect with the Episcopal Cursillo Move
ment. The Episcopal Diocese of Montana, led by Bishop Marty Stebbins, is excited to reboot the Episcopal Cursillo program in our
Diocese. We want to bring the joy and energy of the Fourth Day to everyone who has experienced a Cursillo weekend, and to those who are curious about what this movement is all about.
We are planning a series of events in the coming months to get things started. We will have reunion groups, Ultreya weekends, and we are even looking to est
ablish Episcopal Cursillo in 2024. We want to make sure that everyone who wants to be involved has the opportunity to do so.
If you are interested in any of the following:
Group Reunion and how it supports the Fourth Day
Being part of an Episcopal Cursillo Leadership Team (Rector/or Rectora, Table Team, Palanca, Kitchen Team, Decoration Team, etc.)
Attending an Episcopal Cursillo for the first time
Please fill out the survey below to let us know what you are interested in. We want to hear from you, so we can keep you up to date with newsletters and personal phone calls. Your response is appreciated, and it will help with our planning and preparation.
We hope you will join us in the journey of the Fourth Day. Thank you for your support and involvement in the Episcopal Cursillo Movement.
Frank Pickett, Chair of the Secretariat