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North Texas Tres Dias


We are so glad you were able to attend the NTTD Weekend,

and hope to help you as you continue on your 4th day!

Below you will find several ways to get connected and involved in Tres Dias!


There are several ways to get connected on your 4th day!

Set up an account on NTTD Connect.

This is a great way to engage with the NTTD community, and to stay connected and informed!​  Follow the directions to log in, then complete your Profile with all of your contact information.

Join a Reunion group! You can register a new Reunion Group you create, or find an existing group to join on our NTTD Connect community portal by searching in the Group section.

Attend a Secuela! Mark your calendar!

    Saturday, May 13th at 6pm

Join the NTTD community for a potluck, music, and fellowship held at TPC Commons in McKinney.

We also have a Facebook page to help keep you updated about upcoming weekends, secuelas and more!


Serving on a NTTD team is a great way to stay involved!

You can be a blessing to other people attending North Texas Tres Dias by serving on a weekend!  First, you will need to learn all about Tres Dias and what is essential on a weekend.  You can register to take the Essentials Training class on NTTD Connect. The next available class will take place before the secuela on May 13th, with additional dates to follow.

To show you are interested in serving on a weekend!  You can do this by editing your profile on NTTD Connect.  Edit your Profile under Custom Fields, select “Yes” to “Interested in Working on a Weekend Team.”


Can’t serve on a team? You can still be involved in other ways:

  • Sponsor a friend on a weekend.

  • Make palanca for the candidates.

  • Sign up on the prayer wheel for the upcoming weekends.

  • Write a general palanca letter.

  • Financially, by giving a one-time or recurring donation.

Visit our NTTD Website often for more information.

Contact NTTD

If you have any questions, you may contact our Fourth Day Committee Chairs for assistance.

Chris and Linda Madrid

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