CU Fire FAQ

What is CU Fire?

CU Fire is a spiritual retreat where small groups of Christians around America meet for 1.5 or 2.5 days to seek the Lord together. All groups follow the same schedule and watch simulcast messages at times during the retreat. Some groups meet in person, usually at someone’s home, and other groups meet virtually via Zoom.

How do I participate in CU Fire?

You can participate in multiple ways: 1) as a host or as a participant, and 2) in person or online. 

Host: Hosts invite their friends to join their CU Fire group, either in their home, at their church, or even via Zoom. A host guides his/her group to follow the CU Fire schedule. Anyone can apply to host a CU Fire group here. If you are a host, your registration fee is waived.

Participant: Participants join a CU Fire group in two ways: they join an in-person group to which they were invited, or they join an online group. Registration to join an online group is here. In-person groups register through a private url given to hosts.

In-person: If you are a host, you will invite friends to join CU Fire at your home during the scheduled hours (not overnight). 

Online: Online groups meet via Zoom for all participants.

How many people are in CU Fire groups?

The ideal group size is 8-12 people, but groups larger or smaller can still take part.

How can I host a CU Fire?

You have to apply to host a CU Fire group and then agree to CU’s statements of faith and ethics. You will also have access to our training videos to help you lead your CU Fire group. You will invite friends or family to join your CU Fire group and then host your group in your home or via Zoom.

How can I attend CU Fire without hosting?

Anyone can attend a CU Fire virtual group via Zoom, space permitting. Register here.

What is the schedule for CU Fire?

CU Fire Typical Schedule (1.5 day)
Friday 
6:00pm to 6:30pm         Welcome and orientation
6:30pm to 7:30pm         Testimonies 
7:30pm to 8:30pm         Teaching and Q&A (streamed) 
8:30pm to 9pm              Group Prayer

Saturday 
7:00am                         Arrival and Welcome
7:15am to 8:15am         Worship (streamed or on-site) and Group Prayer
8:15am to 9:15am         Teaching and Q&A (streamed)
9:15am to 11:30am       Two Hours of Reading the Bible
11:30am to 12:15pm     Discussion on the Reading
12:15pm to 12:45pm     Group Prayer
12:45pm to 1:30pm       Prayer for One Another
1:30pm to 2:30pm         Teaching and Q&A (streamed)
2:30pm to 3:30pm         Private Prayer
3:30pm to 4:15pm         Listening to God
4:15pm to 5:45pm         Meal: cooking, cleaning, and fellowship 
5:45pm to 6:15pm         Worship (streamed or on-site) 
6:15pm to 7:15pm         Teaching and Q&A (streamed)
7:15pm to 7:45pm         Wrap-Up 
7:45pm to 8:00pm         Group Prayer

Can I come to CU Fire part of the time instead the whole time?

What makes CU Fires so impactful is the amount of time spent seeking the Lord. If you are unable to attend the entire time, we encourage you to sign up for a future CU Fire when you can for the duration of the event.

What does CU Fire believe? Are they part of a denomination?

CU Fire is a ministry of Christian Union Day and Night. CU Day and Night is a non-denominational Christian ministry which works with Christians from all traditions who have repented of their sins and confess Jesus as Lord and Savior. CU Day and Night’s mission is to strengthen local churches, pastors, and Christians to seek the Lord for revival and reformation in our country. You can read our statement of faith and ethics here

What are prophetic prayer appointments?

Prophetic prayer appointments give a CU Fire attendee the opportunity to meet with someone gifted in prophecy for 20 minutes. All prophetic ministers are experienced, mature, and vetted by CU. 

CU values the supernatural work of God today, including the spiritual gift of prophecy, and we want to make this ministry available to every CU Fire participant who wants to receive it. We realize that not every Christian is open to prophecy and some may not understand much about the gift of prophecy for today. 

CU Day and Night has written an article,  “Valuing, Weighing, and Testing Prophecy”, on this subject that you can read online. When rightly administered, the gift of prophecy has a wonderful way of building up Christians (1 Corinthians 14:1, 3-4). 


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