The Saddlebag Riders team of Motorcyclists for Jesus Ministry (MJM) will host a biker breakfast event on Saturday, July 7, from 7 to 11 a.m. at Washington Boro Park, located at the intersection of Penn Street (Route 999) and Water Street (Route 441).
The meal will be held rain or shine. The park has a pavilion with benches and tables, but attendees are welcome to provide their own seating. A food truck from York County will prepare the food, which will feature an all-you-can-eat repast of pancakes, eggs, sausage, ham, hash browns, orange juice, coffee, and water. A fee has been set for the cost of the meal. Reservations are not required.
Everyone is welcome to attend the meal, although the team extends a special invitation to motorcycle enthusiasts.
"We want to get to know other bikers, fellowship with other bikers, and let them know we exist," explained Saddlebag Riders secretary Gail Moore.
The team will have information about MJM at the event, and the group will offer bike blessings upon request.
"We would like to minister to people," said Saddlebag Riders road captain John Young, adding that team members will be available to talk and pray with breakfast attendees.
MJM is a service organization, and the Saddlebag Riders team assists other motorcycle groups with their events, such as rallies and benefit rides. The team also offers bike blessings and facilitates Biker Sundays at various churches. According to http://www.go2mjm.com, MJM members enjoy motorcycling and have a desire to share God's love by assisting fellow bikers with their personal and spiritual needs.
Committed Christians who would like to combine their passions for Jesus Christ and motorcycles are welcome to join the Saddlebag Riders, one of five MJM teams in Pennsylvania. The group meets at 6 p.m. on the first Thursday of every month at Bethany Evangelical Congregational Church of Creswell, 1165 Letort Road, Conestoga. All makes of motorcycles are welcome, but owning a motorcycle is not a requirement for membership.
For more information about the Saddlebag Riders or the July 7 breakfast, readers may contact team president Chuck Moore at 717-224-8790 or firstname.lastname@example.org.