Serving

That’s what makes Emmaus and Chrysalis weekends so powerful (that and the Holy Spirit, of course)! We are called to be the body of Christ – his hands and feet.

Conference Room Teams dedicate themselves to nine weeks immersed in the Emmaus/Chrysalis method: planning, practicing songs, rehearsing talks, praying. Then comes the weekend, and God calls the pilgrims to have encounters with the Living Christ. The pilgrims stroll arm in arm with Jesus along the Emmaus Road. It is beautiful. It is life changing. You know… because you have been there!

While being a team member is one way to serve, there are many additional opportunities. Write Agape. Attend Candlelight. Attend Closing. Sign up for an hour on the Prayer Butterfly. Come to the chapel at Pecometh and pray during one of the talks. Help serve the Agape meal. On Sunday at noon, come to Pecometh to help pack up all the gear. You could get your whole reunion group involved! A group is needed to transport luggage to the closing church. Help the Assistant Lay Directors and the facilities in the same condition in which we found them(we need to be good stewards of the facility AND the people) and arrive at closing in time for the celebration.

To help, please use the contact information below:

Emmaus Agape: eagape@flywithchrist.org
Chrysalis Adult Agape: cagapea@flywithchrist.org
Chrysalis Youth Agape: cagapey@flywithchrist.org

Thanks and De Colores!

Fall Weekends are ON

Greetings everyone! We come with good news about our Fall weekends. We are GO for all weekends! That goes for the Men, the Women, the Girls, and the Guys. All of the dates are here on the website (look to the left). You can also find registration forms and the information about where to mail […]

Women’s Walk #73 Postponed

Yet again, I come to you with news that we need to postpone an Emmaus weekend. Women’s Walk #73 will now be held October 20-23, 2022. While conditions continue to improve in our states, things are not yet at a point where people are sufficiently comfortable to gather closely together for this extended period. Let’s […]

Update on Spring Emmaus Weekends

Once again I must share news with you about delays for our Emmaus weekends.  While the Board had been hopeful about the possibility of holding weekends this spring, the recent significant surge in Covid cases has caused us to postpone the Men’s weekend.  We have not yet made a decision on the Women’s weekend and […]