Welcome to the
Heart of Florida
Walk to Emmaus

Empowering leaders to be the hands and feet of Christ.

Online Courses (click to open):

Agape Angels

Snack Angels

Chapel Angels

You will need a password to view these courses. Please see your Lay Director for more information.

The Team Experience

The team experience ministry is a group of disciples bound together, through Jesus Christ and committed to a shared goal.

T ogetherness (Mark 6:7)

E mpowerment (Acts 1:8)

A ccountability (Hebrews 18:17)

M entoring (Matt 5:12; Luke 6:12-13)

During a Walk, there are many people serving as the hands and feet of Jesus. Some will be very visible to the pilgrims while others work quietly in the background to support the pilgrims, and the team.

Team members are chosen from among persons who actively support the Emmaus movement and who practice the Emmaus method. Teams should represent those who seek to live a life of piety, study, and action; who know the value of a support group for living in grace as an accountable disciple; and who are active church members. Teams are generally made up of 1/3 new members, 1/3 experienced members, and 1/3 senior members of the community. This mix allows for continuous development of servant leaders and also the inclusion of new members.

There are many jobs to be done during a weekend. To learn more the roles team members will be asked to fill, Click on Team Roles. If you are interested in serving on a team, please complete the Team application form and return it to the address indicated on the form.

Team Application

Team Responsibilities

The roles and assignments for each team will be available here prior to the weekends. Please Click on “Men’s Team” or “Women’s Team” for a quick overview of who is doing what.

“Now that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. They were talking with each other about everything that had happened. As they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus himself came up and walked along with them;”