This study invited curates and training incumbents attending a 3-day residential programme
to function as a hermeneutical community engaging conversation between the Lucan postresurrection
narrative concerning the Road to Emmaus and the learning relationship in which
they were engaged. Building on the SIFT approach to biblical hermeneutics the participants
were invited to work in type-alike groups, structured first on the basis of the perceiving process
(sensing and intuition) and second on the basis of the judging process (thinking and feeling).
This approach facilitated rich and varied insights into the Emmaus Road narrative and into the
theme of learning relationships.