Fifth Day

"Fifth Day" refers to the time in our relationship with God that we leave our Fourth Day behind and begin our eternal life with God, our Fifth Day in Pilgrimage/Cursillo Community.

The three days of Pilgrimage are our initiation into the Pilgrimage/Cursillo family. These are followed by "Fourth Day", which represents our earthly life. Therefore, the Fifth Day represents Eternity.

We rejoice that these friends are now with God.

2006
David Brown, MPP #3, Spring Lake Presbyterian Church, Spring Lake

2010
John Brindle, MPP #1, Eastminster Presbyterian Church, Grand Rapids

2011
Karen Rowe, MPP #8, First Presbyterian Church, Sturgis
Faith Fosheim, MPP #5, Fremont First Reformed Church, Fremont
Janis Ross, MPP #6, St. Isadore Catholic Church, Grand Rapids

2014
Reverend David Hupp, Georgia PP #3 and a servant to many on MPP weekends

2016
Monty Whipple, Emmaus and MPP, Dimondale Presbyterian Church
Kathy Door, MPP #9, Heritage Christian Reformed, Byron Center
Laura Wieden, MPP #6, First Reformed, Fremont
John Stadt, MPP #6, First Reformed, Fremont
Pastor Karen Haack, Detroit Community

We have displayed all the Fifth Day names of which we are aware. However, if you know of any Michigan Presbyterian Pilgrims who are deceased and not listed here, please submit their name (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and we will add them to the page. Thank you.