Christ's Hands in Action
Alamo City Tres Dias
Alamo City Tres Dias is an emerging community in San Antonio, TX. The Central Texas Tres Dias community has graciously agreed to sponsor and support our fledgling community. The Tres Dias weekend begins on Thursday evening and concludes late Sunday afternoon. Men’s and Women’s weekends are held in the Spring and Fall of each year.
Each attendee, called a "Candidate," has a Sponsor who prays for the Candidate and provides assistance to help make the Candidate's three days on the weekend free from responsibilities elsewhere. Sponsors also act as a resource for their Candidate after the Weekend. The weekends are centered around talks given by Lay and Clergy Team Members which present Biblically based Christian truths and the implications of such truths to our daily lives. During the weekend, the candidates worship and study together. The atmosphere of a Tres Dias weekend is filled with the Holy Spirit inspiring love, joy, peace, hope, fellowship, laughter and glorification of God.
After the three day experience, Tres Dias encourages people to share their witness, to glorify God, to serve through their church and to come up alongside each other in living out the Christian life in their own environment. In addition, we encourage people to join in reunion groups and attend Secuelas for continued accountability and nourishment in their Christian walk.
Please find our bylaws in the following PDF file for your reference.
Tres Dias is an 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 His children into a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. Many who have attended the weekend have experienced a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Christ as they sense His love in a dynamic way.
There are now over 100 Tres Dias communities around the world. Tres Dias was started in 1972 and is overseen by Tres Dias International, which is made up of laity and clergy from around the world.