The Niagara Huron Cursillo Community is looking forward to hosting the 2018 Triennial Conference in the city of Waterloo at the Renison University College, on June 22–24, 2018. The keynote speaker will be Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Primate, Anglican Church of Canada.
The theme for the conference came from Isaiah 43:19 – “Behold, I am doing a new thing”.
In addition to hearing from our Primate, there will be a choice of 2 of the 3 workshops offered:
1—DISCERNMENT—led by Sr Elizabeth Ann Eckert, Novitiate Director for the Sisterhood of St John the Divine, Toronto;
2—YOUR SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY— led by Rev. Canon Peter Davison, Diocese of Niagara;
3—LABYRINTH— led by Lori Haskings-Barber, Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, Brantford, On.
Representatives from the Anglican Foundation and the PWRDF as well as Sperlings Church Supply will also be on hand. Meals and accommodations are to be provided by Renison.
On Sunday morning there will be a short business meeting as well as an election for the new Cursillo National Executive, the Canadian Anglican Cursillo Secretairat (CACS) for the next 3 year term.
Here’s a chance to meet people from all over Canada in a setting filled with prayer, praise and worship and new friends. If you haven’t already booked June 22-24 for the Cursillo Triennial, pray about it now. Think about what ‘new thing’ God could be calling you to do in your life!
Cursillo has proven to be a valuable tool to strengthen individuals in their purpose and every day walk. Our life styles have changed a lot since Cursillo was created in the 1940’s and this scripture challenges us to look at our era and develop more relevant and effective programs.
For more information www.anglicancursillo.org or [email protected]