Welcome to Alamo City Tres Dias - a new and growing Tres Dias community in San Antonio, Texas. We are a group of Christian servants with a heart for serving and growing other believers in Christ. Our members are from all over the city of San Antonio and we come from all different types of denominations and churches.
We believe that God is moving in a big way in our city and would love for you to join us for the journey!
Men's ACTD Weekend #5
October 4-7, 2018
Rector: Mark Matlock
Prayer Vigil Sign-up
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Women's ACTD Weekend #5
October 11-14, 2018
Rector: Lisa Burns
Prayer Vigil Sign-up
Women's ACTD Weekend #6
If you've got a servant's heart, we'd love to have you join us in our desire to be the hands of Christ.
Learn more about how you can get involved with our community.
Christ's Hands in Action
Alamo City Tres Dias
Wherever you are in your faith walk, growing closer to God requires some action on your part. Consciously finding a time to pray. Studying your Bible. Attending church. Joining in the fellowship of a small group. These are a few of the tools the Lord uses to grow you closer to Him.
Tres Dias is another one of those tools in God's toolbox. It’s a commitment to take a short break from the busyness of your life to spend three days seeking God and listening to His voice in your heart. Tres Dias is a gift you give yourself….your own personal appointment with your Lord and Savior. And for thousands who’ve attended a weekend before you, it’s made a life-changing difference in the quality and depth of their relationship with Jesus and their community around them.
Tres Dias is patterned after Cursillo de Christianadad, a “short course in Christianity”, which has been active in church renewal since it’s beginnings in Spain in the 1940’s. Translated from Spanish Tres Dias means “Three Days”.
Tres Dias is a three-day adult ecumenical weekend which aims to concentrate closely on the person and teachings of Jesus Christ. It is our prayer that God use Tres Dias as a tool to bring you into a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.