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September 21, 2017 - 6:30pm

Please bring a covered dish to share.

November 4, 2017 - 4:00pm

4th Day Follow-Up Event will be from 4:00pm-5:00pm

Gathering will start at 5:00pm and run until 7:00pm.  Bring a covered dish to share.

 

DeColores!

November 9, 2017 - 6:30pm

Please bring a covered dish to share.

Next Walk:
Men's Walk to Emmaus #151
Oct 05, 2017
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Meet the Lay Director

In 2017, as your Community Lay Director, I’m excited about our vision to grow and expand the Aldersgate Emmaus community with more weekend walks and to support the Aldersgate Chrysalis movement.  This year several of our goals are to improve communications using our website, newsletter and gathering events to ensure we let everyone know when and where all events are and how to get in touch. We’re committed to transparency and putting Christ first in all that we do. And we plan to continue and expand our successful 4th Day Follow-up sessions following each Walk.

The Gospel of Luke relates the story of two friends walking the road to Emmaus [Luke 24:13-35]. As these friends were sharing their deepest concerns, the risen Christ joined them. He explained Scripture as they walked. He led them in their journey of faith. They finally realized who He was when He broke bread with them. And their hearts were strangely warmed.

De Colores! 

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September 16, 2017 - 7:35am

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The Aldersgate Emmaus Board of Directors has issued a challenge to the Emmaus Community with a goal of keeping weekend fees from going up and making available more scholarship funds for Pilgrims and team who want to attend or serve during a walk. 

August 17, 2017 - 9:40am

The Board of Directors has scheduled Men’s and Women’s walks in October and March 2018 and an additional Women’s Walk in April. God has blessed us in so many ways. Now as we enjoy our summer break, I have a two-fold challenge for the Aldersgate Community.

June 8, 2017 - 1:24pm

Some questions have come up recently about when during weekend events the community should wear their Emmaus Cross. Since there was some confusion, we reached out to The Upper Room for guidance. The Upper Room is the governing body that assures a consistent Emmaus experience across the country. Here is what we were told.

•         Crosses should not be worn to Send Off since it creates an unnecessary separation between the team, community and pilgrims.

My attendance at the Walk to Emmaus was the most meaningful spiritual growth experience that I have ever had! I was inspired to reach out to others and to spread God's love.
Salley Martin
Women's Walk to Emmaus #148
During my Walk to Emmaus weekend, I experienced the love of Christ in a way that I could have never imagined. It helped me to better understand what it means to be a part of the body of Christ and to share His love with the world.
Dan Tesenair
Men’s Walk to Emmaus #133
For 25 years I was a Sunday-only Christian, but my Emmaus walk showed me that going to church is not enough. We must also BE the church. Now I live out my Christian faith everyday in many ways.
Terry McCorvie
Men’s Walk to Emmaus #138
My Emmaus weekend was a turning point in my life. No longer was I just going to church. I learned how to BE the church! And I have been blessed by it ever since! †♥†
Beth Minks
Women’s Walk to Emmaus #121
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