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No one should be denied a Pilgrimage Weekend simply because they can't afford the room and meals. Even a small amount helps: if we each donate part of a scholarship, then collectively we can support several persons who have been called to a Pilgrimage Weekend.

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Tools for daily Christian living...

Pilgrimage is a disciple-building process designed to deepen your relationship with Christ and give you tools to enable you to live a balanced Christian life in your daily affairs. Pilgrimage begins with a three-day retreat of spiritual renewal, and it can continue to enrich your life every day thereafter.

The video at right...

...provides more insight into what people experience at a Pilgrimage (also known as Cursillo) Weekend.

Inspiration & Commitment...

Pilgrimage aims to inspire, challenge and equip each local church member for Christian action in the church, home, place of work and community. Pilgrimage does not try to convert anyone from unbelief to belief; rather, Pilgrimage provides a life-changing experience for committed Christians who seek continued growth in their faith and commitment.

Pilgrimage itself is a life-long growth experience which people enter through a three-day retreat led by committed Christians (all volunteers), and staffed by several ordained Presbyterian clergy.


Arkansas Presbyterian Pilgrimage is held twice yearly at the beautiful Ferncliff Retreat Center in central Arkansas.

Away From It All ...

At the beautiful Ferncliff Retreat Center near Little Rock, Arkansas, participants experience a Weekend filled with short talks, music, fellowship, small group discussion and great food.

Participants often discover a new and exciting relationship with Jesus Christ. Then they take that newfound relationship back to their own home, work and church environments.