The British Anglican C U R S I L L O ® Council



WHO SHOULD ATTEND A CLW?

The CLW is for all who want to know more about Cursillo. All are welcome, lay or ordained. Those who have any leadership role should certainly attend before, or as soon as possible after taking office.

WHAT IS INCLUDED?


An opportunity for sharing in worship & fellowship , hearing talks on the following and discussing their content with people from other diocesan/provincial movements: 

 - Cursillo and the fundamentals of Christian Living,
- The Church and the place of the movement,
- Forming a Movement including The Fourth Day First,
- The Group Reunions and Ultreya,
- Spiritual Direction,
- Making the Movement Work including the Servant Community,
 The Pre-Cursillo, The Authentic Three-Day Week-end,
The Cursillo Leader

LOOKING AHEAD

Taking the information and ideas back to the diocese and sharing them with the leaders there.

WHO LEADS A CLW?

Those who make up the leadership of the presenting team for a CLW have themselves already attended a CLW and are leaders from within the British Anglican Cursillo movement. Three people make up the team which includes a Spiritual Director. 

THE CWL WEEKEND

CLWs run from 5.30p.m. on the first evening to around 2pm on the final day. The full cost of the week-end is £175 which includes board and room. A £60 per person non-returnable deposit is required on booking. The balance is due one month before the week-end. It is recommended that private holiday insurance is obtained. Please send application forms with cheque for deposit made out to “British Anglican Cursillo Council BACC” to Paul Thacker at the address as shown on the application form which can be downloaded here. 

A sheet with further information is also available for download here.


Bookings should be made no less than 2 months before the week-end
 and places are allocated on a first come first served basis.
(Though last minute places are sometimes available –
contact Paul Thacker to enquire).

These two days are a lifting up of the ideals of the Cursillo method. 

A CLW can be an inspiring and spiritual experience, but
does not attempt to repeat the Three Day Weekend experience.


Ultreya!