Christ's Hands in Action
Alamo City Tres Dias
What is a Secuela? In English it means “sequel” as in this is a “sequel”
to a Tres Dias Weekend. Part of living your fourth-day includes
engaging in fellowship with like-minded Christians. At our secuelas,
we usually have some praise & worship, eat a delicious pot-luck lunch
and hear from others who have recently attended one of our weekends.
If you have recently attended a weekend, it's also a great place to make
a connection with a reunion group in your area.
A Secuela is open to all. If you have not attended a
Tres Dias weekend, you can still come. We would love to have you!
Please bring a potluck dish AND serving utensils.
The whole family is welcome!
Bring a lawn chair to lounge around in.
Your children are welcome to attend but there will be
no child care provided.
Our next upcoming Secuela is:
Details to Come!
Are all TD weekends alike? Ever wonder who can attend a serenade and why? How do I get selected to be a rollista, kitchen cha, dorm cha, chapel cha or rector? Which rollos are given by lay persons and which are presented by spiritual directors? Who can be a spiritual director? What activities and events on the weekend are required by our TD charter and what events are just our own community traditions? Who can I sponsor and how do I get them enrolled? Why is the Fourth Day as important as the weekend and how do I ensure that I devote as much time to my Fourth Day?
Answers to all these questions and more are awaiting you at the next Alamo City Tres Dias Essentials School. Come and learn about what is behind the Blessing of Tres Dias and then help inform others.