Thanks for your desire to get involved in the Grace Walk To Emmaus. This page allows you to:
- WORK: Submit a request to work the next walk, and,
- SPONSOR: Learn about sponsoring a friend, and,
- MAPS/LINKS: Get a quick map to churches.
Work A Walk
If you have already completed a Walk, you can join us to work a walk. Please click this ‘Work’ button to submit an on-line form. A new on-line application is required for each and every walk. Get your ‘Work Request Applications’ in before the 2nd team meeting of any walk.
- Sept 12 – Team Mtg #1
- Oct 10 – Team Mtg #2
- Nov 21 – Team Gathering after the walk
- Nov 5-9, 2020 – Men’s Walk
- Nov 12-16, 2020 – Women’s Walk
Sponsor A Pilgrim
Sponsorship is one of the most significant parts of The Walk to Emmaus. Sponsorship requires far-reaching prayer, attentive thought, inviting people by name to attend the walk, and watchful planning and follow-through of their Fourth Day. Remember that the walk is not for everyone.
The Upper Room Handbook on Emmaus lists three aspects of good sponsorship: it is the first act of agape before a Walk ever begins, it under-girds the whole weekend with sacrificial love on behalf of each pilgrim, and after the walk your follow-up is crucial for the foundation for a healthy, effective Emmaus Movement, which results in the renewal of the church.
Get your ‘Sponsorship Form Applications’ in before the 2nd team meeting of any walk.
Step 1: Click the step 1 button to read the Sponsorship Guidelines.
Step 2: Review the information (by clicking the step 2 button) that you’ll need from the person you want to sponsor, in order to submit a sponsorship application.
Step 3: Fill out an on-line application, using the information you obtained from Sponsorship step 2.
Maps to Walk Locations
Gilroy Presbyterian Church is located at .
Antioch Church On The Rock (COTR) (UMC) is located at
Willow Glen United Methodist Church is located at
Links to Other Emmaus Web Sites
The National Walk To Emmaus headquarters is located in Nashville, Tennessee, by the Upper Room division of the United Methodist Church.
Kairos is a ministry of Emmaus for prisons with a format that is approved by security.