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Emmaus Ministries is currently engaged in a giving campaignEmmaus Ministries: Making a World of Difference, 100 Days of Giving. This campaign is designed to support the ongoing work of Emmaus and to help cover the operating deficit of 2020, which comes as over 500 weekend events around the world have been cancelled due to COVID-19. Emmaus Ministries depends on pilgrim fees, the sale of resources, and donations to support its daily operations. This year, because of the virus, Emmaus Ministries is anticipating a projected deficit of $160,000.

Our goal is to raise $100,000 in 100 days. To learn more about the need, please read our case of support or watch our campaign video. The campaign kicked off on September 19 with Emmaus Ministries' first-ever international virtual Gathering. If you missed this historic event, you can view it here.

 Support Emmaus Ministries in prayer, and journey together with pilgrims worldwide for the next 15 weeks to reflect on the 15 weekend topics.


Since 1978, Emmaus Ministries has been renewing Christian disciples and strengthening local churches. Beginning with The Walk to Emmaus, Emmaus Ministries has grown to include Chrysalis (older teens) and Face to Face (boomers) and partners with Journey to the Table (young adults) and Discovery Weekend (middle school students) to offer spiritual support for people at every age. To find out more, visit their website.


The Emmaus Gift Fund is a love offering for emerging Emmaus Ministries communities around the world. It provides support to these communities and to their regional representatives. Currently, there are seven emerging communities: Kenya, Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Poland, and Bulgaria.

See your GIFTs at work, and meet the Emmaus regional representatives.

Our resolve must be different. My prayer is that we have finally reached a tipping point. My hope is that when the protests fade and the marches slow that our will as a church to truly eradicate the scourge of racism won’t dissipate but grows even stronger.” 

View a growing list of resources for the spiritual work of overcoming racism.