The Gospel of Luke relates the story of the risen Christ appearing to the
two disciples who were walking the road from Jerusalem to Emmaus. They
were sharing their hearts' deepest concerns when the risen Christ joined
them. He explained the scriptures as they walked, and their hearts were
warmed. The illuminating climax of the experience was when Christ took
the bread, said the blessing, then broke it and gave it to them. The two
had their eyes opened and they recognized him! (Luke 24:13-35)
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For both men’s and women’s walks, we need 38 pieces of agape for bedtime and 63 pieces for meals. It is helpful if you indicate the number of pieces in each package. Consider listing only your share group meeting time and place on your agape as a form of humble servanthood.
Agape (not letters) from the community is first distributed to the pilgrims at bedtime on Friday. Team members may receive agape each night. Table leaders and clergy also receive letters before talks. Please specify on the envelope the day you wish the agape to be delivered. When writing multiple agape letters, please help us by alphabetizing them prior to placing them in a bundle.
The agape room must be dismantled Saturday night. It would be great if you would drop off your agape before candlelight. Sponsors who are holding their pilgrim’s agape, but have not dropped it off by the
Saturday morning of the walk, please notify Melissa Morehart.
Sponsors, also notify Melissa if your pilgrim is unable to attend a walk.
Melissa Morehart, Agape Chairperson
No Photos Please
As an act of agape, it has been requested
that no photographs be taken in the
Worship Center during the Saturday
evening Emmaus Candlelight service or
the Sunday afternoon Closing ceremonies.
The taking of photographs can
be a distraction to all present. Please
remember that from the moment the
first pilgrim arrives on Thursday evening
to the conclusion of the fellowship
meal on Sunday after Closing, our
attention and focus should remain on
the men and women God has called to
a given weekend. Thank you for your
Are you a recent pilgrim still looking for a Share Group?
Let the Good Shepherd help. Contact Patrick Talisse - Men's Good Shepherd at MensGoodShepherd@ReynoldsburgEmmaus.com
or Dana Fularz - Women's Good Shepherd at WomensGoodShepherd@ReynoldsburgEmmaus.com to help you to find a Share group
to get plugged into.