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Community Gatherings

Community Gatherings are a time of fellowship, music, worship and communion.  All are welcome at these events, so feel free to bring guests.

Gatherings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm. at Marysville First United Methodist Church.

Upcoming Walk - Men's #73 - February 14-17, 2019


Pilgrim First Name Last Name City Sponsor
Justin Ghent Marysville Steve White
Brandon Beery Richwood Kristen Beery
Jason King London Sara Tillman
Scott Bates West Mansfield Homer Dunlap
Jim Tracht Marysville Virginia Golan
Patrick Flannery Marysville Lisa Spyker
Preston Harrington Marysville Bethany Rankin
Jeff Stillings West Liberty Kim Bevan
Matt Burkhardt Marysville Anthony Cocossi
Dennis Caplinger Dublin John Pierce


Lay Director Joe Altizer Perseverance
Asst. Lay Director Matt Tennant Fourth Day
Asst. Lay Director Allen Lamb Christian Action
Asst. Lay Director Homer Dunlap Priority
Board Representative Clay Bauserman Body Of Christ
Table Leader Chris Weikle Discipleship
Table Leader Marc Marshall Life of Piety
Table Leader Doug Hoy Changing Our World
Table Leader Aaron Brown Priesthood of All Believers
Table Leader Robert Tillman Growth Thru Study
Asst. Table Leader Jeff James
Asst. Table Leader Jon Gear
Asst. Table Leader Ron Mead
Asst. Table Leader Allen Cossette
Asst. Table Leader Dustin Plikerd
Spiritual Director Aaron Brown Means of Grace
Asst. Spiritual Directors Rich Applegarth Justifying Grace
Chuck Keyworth Prevenient Grace
Ken Woody Obstacles to Grace
Bill Kelley Sanctifying Grace

What is the Walk to Emmaus?

The Walk to Emmaus is a 72-hour experience. The weekend begins on Thursday evening and ends Sunday evening. At Emmaus, you will spend three busy but very enjoyable days. In Central Ohio, the weekends are held at the Marysville First United Methodist Church. You will live and study together in singing, prayer, worship and discussion. Discussions center around fifteen talks given by laity and clergy. These talks present the theme of God’s grace, and how that grace comes alive in the Christian community and expresses itself in the world. You’ll discover how God’s grace is real in your life and how you can live in a life full of His grace.

The objective of Emmaus is to inspire, challenge, and equip the local church members for Christian action in their homes, churches, communities and places of work.  Emmaus lifts up a way for our grace-filled lives to be lived and shared with others.

For more information about Emmaus, please browse through the Upper Room, or contact us.