“Ultreya” – a Spanish word, derived from the original Latin, meaning Onward! It was in common use by pilgrims to greet and to encourage one another along the way.
This word is now used by the Cursillo community to signify the meeting which is held after a Cursillo weekend. Ultreya meetings may be between one or several communities. We invite you to come to any one of our Ultreya’s. For more information please contact the Ultreya leader listed.
Ballston Spa: 3rd Sun, 6 pm, Christ Church, Ballston Spa
Contact: Don Rohr 518-384-7301
Cambridge: 3rd Mon, 7 pm, St. Luke’s, Cambridge
Contact: Frank Marbot 518-491-2875
2nd Contact: Roberta Breese 518-686-7217
Clifton Park: Inactive @ this time, St. George, Clifton Park
If interested in leading or co-leading this Ultreya, please contact Lay Director, John Hyde at email@example.com
Colonie: 2nd Thurs, 6:30 pm, St. Michael’s, Colonie
Contact: Carol MacNaughton 518-526-2598
Leatherstocking: Monthly, 2nd Sun, 11:30 am in Christ Church Chapel, Cooperstown
Contact: Irene Parker 607-547-8275
Northern Adirondack: 1st Sat, 8:30 am @ Perkins Restaurant, Plattsburgh
Contact: Terry Martin
Raquette Valley: 1st Thurs, 7 pm, Trinity, Potsdam
Contact: Cathy Littlejohn 518-769-3442
Co-Leader: Jo Ferris 315-262-2553
Southern Adirondack: 2nd Tues, 7 pm, Church of the Messiah, Glens Falls
Contact: Deb Tatro 518-793-6673(Home) or 518-796-9954(Cell)
Susquehanna: Call for info
Contact: Gail Ashley 607-783-2656 (Home) or 607-222-7769 (Cell)
Troy: 3rd Tues, 7 pm (No July mtg) Grace Church, Waterford & Trinity, Watervliet
Meet every other month between
Contact: Al & Candice Palumbo 518-459-3440
2nd Contact: Jeanne Gizara 518-784-9612
The Ultreya gathers together groups from a particular region and provides a place for continued fellowship with one another, a place where the community can come together once a month to share with one another their walk with Christ.
In a climate of friendship, members share their life experiences based on the three tenets of Cursillo life: i.e.: Prayer, Study and Action, or based on a passage from Scripture. This sharing can be contemplative in nature or may deal with an evangelizing experience. These sharings from real-life experiences serve as examples to all of us of the challenge which Jesus lays before His followers: “Go and do likewise.”
As its name implies, the Ultreya is a call to move forward and to keep the flame of Christ burning brightly.