Luke 24:35

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"Then the two recounted what had taken place on the way 
and how he was made known to them in the breaking of the bread."

About the Fouth Day

As participants conclude their Emmaus experience weekends, they are introduced to the concept of the Fourth Day, a symbol of all the days that follow the three day Emmaus experience. The Walk to Emmaus is a unique opportunity to reflect on one's faith journey and make a deeper commitment to Christ. In fact, the reason for The Emmaus experience is to grow you as a more faithful disciple and active member in your church. Thus, the Fourth Day is central to the Emmaus experience, as it extends each individual's experience beyond the weekend and into life in the world 


In living their Fourth Days, participants are encouraged to continue to grow in relationship with Christ and live as faithful disciples in all aspects of their lives. An important and necessary foundation for faithful Christian living is a vital connection to the Christian community for support, guidance, and challenge. 


This is most available through local church communities, reunion groups, and the monthly gatherings of the Emmaus community.