The Walk to Emmaus develops Christian disciples and leaders by inspiring, challenging, and equipping active adult church members for Christian action in their homes, churches, workplaces, and communities. It also benefits less active members who are seeking to renew a relationship with God, grow spiritually, or discover firmer foundations for their life.
Through The Walk to Emmaus, as they seek to become healthy and vital congregations, local churches have both a means of growing disciples and a tool for developing leaders for their disciple-making systems.
The program begins with a 72-hour short course in Christianity that is wrapped in prayer and signs of sacrificial service. It continues for the rest of the participants’ lives with follow-up opportunities that, combined with their local church's robust influence, contribute to participants’ ongoing growth in grace.
Emmaus is open to members of any Christian denomination. Emmaus is for the development of Christians that:
Are members of a local church
Have a desire to strengthen their spiritual lives
Understand that being a Christian involves responsibility
Are willing to dedicate their everyday lives to God in an ongoing manner
Ohio's New Covenant Emmaus Resource Center
List of Pilgrims, Team and Walk Needs
Newsletter, upcoming walk needs,
Enter your prayer requests here and pray over those in need of prayer.
Walk/Sponsor Application, Newsletter Archives, Accountability Group Flyer, by-laws, committee descriptions, more!
Looking for ways to give back to the community? We need your help!.
Chrysalis & Kairos Ministry Information
(Local Page Coming Soon)
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Thank you to the WCH Grace Methodist Church for graciously providing their love, amazing support and a place to host the walks!
Also a very special thank you to Janet and Mark Workman who have kept our community informed meticulously maintaining our website for many, many years! Though Janet has passed, her contribution lives on in our community...
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