Anglican Cursillo is a movement of the Church providing a method by which Christians are empowered to grow through prayer, study and action and enabled to share God’s love with everyone.

A Cursillo weekend normally runs from Thursday evening to Sunday afternoon, with talks on some of the main areas of the Christian faith, together with times of worship, discussion and reflection.

For more information see the main Cursillo website or the introductory video here.

For more local info see Ely Cursillo where you may recognise one or two of the people in the photos!  Or you can talk to any of the Cursillistas in the benefice, including

Fiona McCullough and John Fells
Daphne Durrant
Jen Forester
Keith and Rosamund Nancekievill
Helen Saxton

Forthcoming events

15 – 18 November 2018: Ely #34 (Wake up – arrive 7.00 to 7.15am; Clausura – arrive by 2.45pm)

Saturday 1 December 2018: Welcome Back for Ely #34 – 9.30 for 10am at St James’s Church, Wulfstan Way, Cambridge, followed by a bring and share lunch at 12.30.  Guest and visitors welcome.

Saturday 26 January 2019: A Day of Reflection – 10am to 3pm with bring and share lunch.  Location to be confirmed.

Week of 25 February 2019: Spring Ultreya – an evening event, date and venue to be confirmed.  Guests and visitors welcome.

Late May/early June 2019: Summer Ultreya – details to follow.

August 2019: A Day of Deeper Understanding – a morning learning together, followed by a guided walk in the afternoon, with a bring and share lunch.  Details to follow.

in the Deanery of Huntingdon, in the Diocese of Ely, in the Church of England