Where Did Jesus Meet the Disciples After His Resurrection?

After Jesus’ crucifixion, his disciples were in a state of despair and confusion. However, on the third day after his death, Jesus miraculously rose from the dead. But where did he meet his disciples after his resurrection?

According to the Bible, Jesus met his disciples at various locations after his resurrection. Here are a few instances mentioned in the scriptures:

At the Tomb

After Mary Magdalene discovered that Jesus’ body was missing from the tomb, she ran to tell Peter and John. When they arrived at the tomb, they found it empty except for the linen wrappings which had been around Jesus’ body.

Later, Mary saw two angels inside the tomb who told her that Jesus had risen from the dead. Suddenly, Jesus appeared to Mary outside of the tomb.

In Galilee

Jesus also appeared to his disciples in Galilee as he had promised them before his death. In Matthew 28:16-20, we read that Jesus met with his eleven remaining disciples on a mountain in Galilee and gave them what is now known as The Great Commission.

On The Road to Emmaus

In Luke 24:13-35, we read about an encounter between Jesus and two disciples on their way to Emmaus. These two were discussing everything that had happened regarding Jesus’ crucifixion when suddenly, Jesus appeared to them and walked with them along their journey.

In Jerusalem

Jesus also appeared multiple times to his disciples while they were gathered together in Jerusalem. In John 20:19-29, we read about how Jesus appeared to ten of his disciples (excluding Thomas) in a room where they were hiding for fear of persecution by Jewish authorities.


In conclusion, there are several instances mentioned in the Bible where Jesus met with his disciples after his resurrection. He appeared to them at the tomb, in Galilee, on the road to Emmaus, and in Jerusalem. These encounters not only proved that Jesus had risen from the dead but also strengthened the faith of his disciples and ultimately changed the course of history.