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Welcome to the 2018 Winter edition of Walk the Talk, your MNW Emmaus Community newsletter.

Items of Interest:

• Board nominations are now open.
• A community survey is being conducted regarding future of the community.
• Items form the recent Women’s walk, including some personal sharing.

Thank you for taking time to read the newsletter, and for supporting your community.

Please Enjoy!

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Welcome to the 2018 Autumn edition of Walk the Talk, your MNW Emmaus Community newsletter.

Team preparation is well under way and there is plenty of information inside about how you can help.

Application forms and all walk information is available on the website: http://mnwemmaus.org.au/index.php/events/walks

Thank you for taking time to read the newsletter, and for supporting your community.

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Welcome to the 2018 Summer edition of Walk the Talk, your MNW Emmaus Community newsletter.

It is a bumper edition full of news, updates and information. Of particular interest are the 2018 Walks, and the launch of a new Community website and Facebook Group. There is much more inside so please take time to read through..

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Welcome to the August edition of Walk the Talk, your MNW Emmaus community newsletter.

It includes full details of the Going Fourth Day on Saturday September 16 at Werribee Baptist Church as well as details of all the community events for the rest of 2017 - and also includes a call for nominations for the Board.

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Words from our Community Leaders

Ian

Ian Penney,

Community Lay Director

 "Like many others my spiritual life was kick started to a much higher level when I was invited to the Walk to Emmaus as a pilgrim. It is a gift that keeps giving, and one that has lead me into His service through my local church and this Emmaus Community. As you browse this website, ask yourself what am I doing with the gift of the Walk to Emmaus?"

Richard

Richard Brown,

Community Spiritual Director

“A walk begins with a single step but it involves so much more than putting one foot in front of the other and should engage all our senses. As you walk may all our senses be alive so that we can receive and understand what God is revealing to us.”