Walk to Emmaus
  • Pilgrims On Walk 17

    Men:

    • Jim Boyette
    • Robert Dinwiddle
    • Paul Fisher
    • John Gibeau
    • Mark Gresham
    • Joe Hixon
    • Parks Honeywell
    • Pat Jennings
    • Garry Keller
    • John Niedospial
    • Darren Radcliff
    • Bob Wells

    Women:

    • Shawn Allen
    • Larilyn Alojipan
    • Joan Brown
    • Janet Hirschy
    • Debra Johnston
    • Karen Knapp
    • Marilyn McAfee
    • Pat Niedospial
    • Shelly Powers
    • Kristin Roman
    • Alexis Vicari
    • Vickie Weston

    Pilgrim Applications can be found on the form page

    Registration Forms

  • Emmaus for Teenager’s and Young Adults

    Chrysalis “Flights” (for 10th through 12th graders) and “Journeys” (for young adults, ages 19-24) are three-day events. This three-day spiritual renewal time provides an opportunity for them to learn more about faith, to experience Christian love and support, and to make new faith commitments. The point is to inspire, challenge and equip them for a closer friendship with Christ and for Christian action at home, church, school, and community.

    The next Girls Flight is scheduled for February 28 – March 2, 2015 and the next Boys Flight is March 7 – 9, 2015.

    For more information visit the Heart of Suncoast Chrysalis Website at: www.hoschrysalis.org/

  • Lay Directors for Walk #16 Announced

    Robert Taylor is the Lay Director for Men’s Walk #17

    Carmen Beyer is the Lay Director for the Women’s Walk #17

     

  • Welcome

    While they were talking and discussing, Jesus himself came near and walked with them. -Luke 24:15

    The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. The program’s approach seriously considers the model of Christ’s servanthood and encourages Christ’s disciples to act in ways appropriate to being “a servant of all.”

    The Walk to Emmaus experience begins with a 72-hour short course in Christianity, comprised of fifteen talks by lay and clergy on the themes of God’s grace, disciplines of Christian discipleship, and what it means to be the church. The course is wrapped in prayer and meditation, special times of worship and daily celebration of Holy Communion. The “Emmaus community,” made up of those who have attended an Emmaus weekend, support the 72-hour experience with a prayer vigil, by preparing and serving meals, and other acts of love and self-giving. The Emmaus Walk typically begins Thursday evening and concludes Sunday evening. Men and women attend separate weekends.

    During and after the three days, Emmaus leaders encourage participants to meet regularly in small groups. The members of the small groups challenge and support one another in faithful living. Participants seek to Christianize their environments of family, job, and community through the ministry of their congregations. The three-day Emmaus experience and follow-up groups strengthen and renew Christian people as disciples of Jesus Christ and as active members of the body of Christ in mission to the world.

  • Pilgrims On Walk 17

    Men:

    • Jim Boyette
    • Robert Dinwiddle
    • Paul Fisher
    • John Gibeau
    • Mark Gresham
    • Joe Hixon
    • Parks Honeywell
    • Pat Jennings
    • Garry Keller
    • John Niedospial
    • Darren Radcliff
    • Bob Wells

    Women:

    • Shawn Allen
    • Larilyn Alojipan
    • Joan Brown
    • Janet Hirschy
    • Debra Johnston
    • Karen Knapp
    • Marilyn McAfee
    • Pat Niedospial
    • Shelly Powers
    • Kristin Roman
    • Alexis Vicari
    • Vickie Weston

    Pilgrim Applications can be found on the form page

    Registration Forms

  • Welcome

    While they were talking and discussing, Jesus himself came near and walked with them. -Luke 24:15

    The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. The program’s approach seriously considers the model of Christ’s servanthood and encourages Christ’s disciples to act in ways appropriate to being “a servant of all.”

    The Walk to Emmaus experience begins with a 72-hour short course in Christianity, comprised of fifteen talks by lay and clergy on the themes of God’s grace, disciplines of Christian discipleship, and what it means to be the church. The course is wrapped in prayer and meditation, special times of worship and daily celebration of Holy Communion. The “Emmaus community,” made up of those who have attended an Emmaus weekend, support the 72-hour experience with a prayer vigil, by preparing and serving meals, and other acts of love and self-giving. The Emmaus Walk typically begins Thursday evening and concludes Sunday evening. Men and women attend separate weekends.

    During and after the three days, Emmaus leaders encourage participants to meet regularly in small groups. The members of the small groups challenge and support one another in faithful living. Participants seek to Christianize their environments of family, job, and community through the ministry of their congregations. The three-day Emmaus experience and follow-up groups strengthen and renew Christian people as disciples of Jesus Christ and as active members of the body of Christ in mission to the world.

  • Upcoming Walks

    • Men's #17 March 19-22, 2015
    • Women's #17 March 26-29, 2015
    • Men's #18 October 1-4, 2015
    • Women's #18 October 8-11, 2015
    • View Registration Forms
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