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Men's Walk to Emmaus #157
Jan 27, 2022

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Despite our longing to get back on track to light the fire of Christ to our Community, it is with a heavy heart that we announce the postponement of the October Men’s & Women’s Walks #160. This decision by the Board of Directors was not made lightly, but made, ultimately, with the safety and well-being of potential pilgrims and our beautiful team members. But do not lose hope!

The Board of Directors has also voted to begin anew in 2022 with Walks that will happen with no postponements or cancellations! The year will begin January 27-30, 2022, with the Men’s Walk #157 to get us going back on track! This exciting trend will continue as we embark on Men’s Walk #158 to happen March 3-6, 2022, and Women’s Walk #158 happening March 10-13, 2022. Our Fall Walks will be October 6-9, 2022, for the Men’s Walk and October 13-16, 2022, for the Women’s Walk.

We look forward to our community coming together by applying to serve on teams and Sponsors to reach out to potential pilgrims in order to make 2022 the year we bring Emmaus back in a wonderfully loving and Christ-centered way! Please visit www.aldersgateemmaus.org to update your profile and complete applications.

Pray for our Community and for our Country.

Thank you, God bless, and DeColores!


Beth Minks

Community Lay Director



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December 2, 2019 - 10:30am
October 8, 2018 - 12:08pm

Many of you have expressed your desire to pray individually for our Pilgrims, but are not quite sure how to find Pilgrim and team names. For each walk, the list of Pilgrims and team are contained on the detail page of the walk. For example, for the March 12-15, 2020 Women's Walk, you can find the names by clicking here.

If you would like to sign-up for a specific place on the Prayer Clock, you can view available time slots by clicking here.

February 5, 2018 - 10:07am

I had an experience recently that reinforced to me just how important it is to invite others to attend the Walk to Emmaus. There is a couple in our church that often sits behind us at Sunday worship. Last Sunday, we turned around and asked them if they had heard of the Walk to Emmaus. They said they had and the man went on to say, “Over the years, I’ve thought about going, but just never had anyone ask me.” Well, we asked and guess who is now attending the March Men’s walk?

Dan Tesenair's picture
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
Terry McCorvie's picture
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
Beth Minks's picture
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
Salley Martin's picture
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
Marycarol Skaggs's picture
I was a pilgrim on Maryland Emmaus 102 in 2002. I was a baby Christian at the time, and my pilgrim walk was so timely and invigorating. I am eager to get plugged in to my new home here in Tbe Villages.
Marycarol Skaggs