HOW WE'RE GATHERING...

Cautiously, thoughtfully, and with abundant hope we began meeting indoors during Advent. Unfortunately, Omicron has changed the situation as we begin 2022. We hope to get back inside safely soon, but for now here are the updates for how we will gather.


We are temporarily moving our Sunday gatherings fully outside or on zoom, depending on the winter weather.


Children and youth of all ages will have their own outdoor or virtual activities during the 4pm gathering.


We’re asking all attendees over age 2 to wear masks (regardless of vaccination status).


Bring your chair and a blanket with you; we’ll provide hot drinks and some heaters to help keep folks warm.


If we are unable to be outside, we will meet on Zoom. If we move to zoom, youth (8th-12th) will still gather in-person and kids 1st-6th grade will have a zoom option available.


If anyone in a household, vaccinated or unvaccinated, has a fever, cough, scratchy throat, or congestion, please stay home and keep any other unvaccinated persons home as well.


If you have any questions or concerns about joining us for the first time, please don't hesitate to reach out to one of our pastors or email admin@emmausway.net. We make this road by walking together, and we'd be fortunate to have you companion with us on this journey.

Our Current Series


We bravely start the new year with a series on sexuality...

In January and February, our time together will be shaped by readings from Song of Songs, poems and prayers from enfleshed ministries, and what we hope will be meaningful conversations around embodiment, desire, the pleasure and queerness of God, and what flourishing, embodied sexuality looks like.



Some words from Padraig O'Tuama that will begin our gathering for week 2 (January 16th)... 

So let us pick up the stones over which we stumble, friends, and build altars. Let us listen to the sound of breath in our bodies. Let us listen to the sounds of our own voices, of our own names, of our own fears. Let’s claw ourselves out from the graves we’ve dug. Let’s lick the earth from our fingers. Let us look up and out and around. The world is big and wide and wild and wonderful and wicked, and our lives are murky, magnificent, malleable, and full of meaning.