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Then their eyes were opened, and they recognised him ... They asked each other, "Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked with us on the road and opened the scriptures to us?" - Luke 24:31-32 (NIV)

Welcome to the Walk to Emmaus Australia Web page.

The latest Newsletter is on the News Page  (December 2015) 

What is Emmaus?

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.

For more information about the content of the weekend, or to find out how to attend, click here.

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Australian Gatherings

Meetings of local Emmaus communities

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Australian Walks

The next 72 hour experiences with God        

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News

Latest updates from the National Secretariat              

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Prayer

Sign up to support the coming Walks in prayer

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Video

A ten minute video introduction to the Emmaus movement