Walking the Way is the United Reformed Church’s focus on lifelong Christian discipleship and mission. It is not a programme or initiative. Its all about celebrating and sharing existing experience and wisdom about what it means to empower people to bring about change in our lives to be in the presence of Jesus through their everyday lives, across the denomination, and beyond. As you engage in Walking the Way, we hope your understanding of what being a Christian disciple means will deepen. Who knows, you may grow beyond your wildest dreams, living as a disciple. What is new about Walking the Way is its practical, flexible, dynamic and accessible approach, and the wide range of supporting resources produced and planned. Over time, these web pages will fill with rich, creative materials to help you on your walk – as an individual, as you walk with others, and as you walk courageously in the world. in all parts of your life. View Walking the Way Introduction
The Walking the Way steering group produces some resources to help people keep thinking about what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, but its main aim is share inspiring stories of everyday disciples.
Walking the Way explores what it means to follow actively, learn from – and eventually be transformed by – Jesus. It’s for anyone at any stage of the Christian journey – whoever you are, whatever your existing relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church, whatever your personal circumstances. It’s for you whether you have been following Jesus for five days or five decades. hip, signpost people to useful resources through the Walking the Way resource map and helping the United Reformed Church to think about what else it needs to do to equip whole-of-life disciples.
Stepwise, which is offered as part of Walking the Way, is the United Reformed Church's intergenerational discipleship development programme, focussed firmly on the needs of each participant and the communities in which they live and serve. Learn how you can get involved here.