Fall 2022 Emmaus Walks

Howell 1st United Methodist Church
1230 Bower Street
Howell, MI 48843

Men's Walk #189
September 29 - October 2, 2022

Women's Walk #190
October 13-16, 2022

Training Dates:

Saturday's from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
August 13 & 27, and September 17

4th Day Reunion Gathering

Saturday, October 22 @ 1 PM

EMSEM COVID policy for Emmaus Walks

Emmaus of Southeast Michigan (EMSEM) will be following the current guidelines exstablished by Bethany United Methodist Church and the State of Michigan regarding the use of masks. The current guidelines do not require the use of masks but team members and participants who would feel more comfortable wearing masks are welcome to wear them if they so desire. EMSEM will have a supply of masks and Hand Sanitizer available for use throughout the weekend.

For all Team members and Pilgrims, please monitor your health prior to the walk and if you experience any COVID related symptoms we ask that you do not attend the weekend.  A full refund will be made available or your walk can be rescheduled to the Fall of 2022.

Thank you,
Opening Service and Pilgrim check in:
Thursday @ 6:30 pm
Men's Walk #189: September 29, 2022
Women's Walk #190: October 13, 2022

Saturday @ 8:00 pm

Men's Walk #189: October 1, 2022
Women's Walk #190: October 15, 2022

Closing Program:
Sunday promptly at 3:00 pm

Men's Walk #189: October 2, 2022
Women's Walk #190: October 16, 2022

What is Emmaus?

The gospel of Luke (24:13-35) relates the story of the risen Christ appearing to two disciples who are walking along the road from Jerusalem to the town of Emmaus on the day of Resurrection. Upon arrival in the village of Emmaus, the disciples recognize Jesus in the breaking of the bread; they remember how their hearts had burned within them as they walked with him on the road. 

We invite you to join in an inspirational three-day journey during which you meet Jesus as he is revealed to you through other Christians. On your Walk to Emmaus you will hear stories from scripture and the experience of presenters who address significant facets of God’s grace and Christian discipleship as well as experience New Testament Christianity as a lifestyle. It is a highly structured event designed to strengthen and renew the faith of Christian people, and through them, their families, their congregations, and the world in which they live. 

Emmaus is a partnership between laity and clergy toward the renewal of the church.

Your 2021 Emmaus of SE Michigan Board of Directors
Scott Clark - Community Lay Director & Community Trainer
Kenny Walkup - Community Spiritual Director
Curtis Lamar - Secretary & Treasurer
Tammie Lansingh - Prayer & 4th Day Groups
Mitch Myers - Site Selection
Lynn Kneisel - Women's Team Selection
Rich Hoy - Agape
Judy Sutherland - Registrar
Hannah Welton - Music
Terry Tubbs - Gatherings & 4th Day Groups
Cathy Montgomery - At Large
OPEN Board positions:
Assistant Community Lay Director

Gordon Johnson - Site Admin (Interim): webservant@emsem.org

Click here for a list of Board Roles