Sabbath Keepers Motorcycle Ministry

A Christian motorcycle ministry committed to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Reminder: Yosemite Church Service June 27

After the WWII, SDA church was asked to provide worship service in Yosemite National Park on Saturday during summer month. Ever since then, Oakhurst SDA church has taken this responsibility for decades organizing Sabbath worships during summer months. It has been an honor that we, Central Valley SKMM, were asked to provide one Sabbath worship during the summer month. This year, we will be having worship service on June 27, sabbath school will start @ 0930, worship service will start @ 1030. We would like to extend invitation to everyone who would like to visit Yosemite National Park to worship with us on June 27. Light lunch will be served.

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Volunteers needed for GC Session booth

We need your help ASAP. Sabbath Keepers will have a booth at the 2015 General Conference Session. We need volunteers to man the booth. There are 10 days that need to be covered. Please take a look at the sign up sheet and let us know what days you can man the booth. You are responsible for your lodging and food for the time you are here.

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Laughlin River Run

This event runs from April 22nd through the 26th, Booth will be set up to hand out literature on the Riverside Parking Lot with all the other vendors. This year is the 33rd year of this event and SKMM has been attending since 2006. There are usually between 30,000 and 60,000 bikers at this event.

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New chapter standing up

Sabbath Keeper will be standing up a new chapter in the SoCal area on the Sabbath of February 28th church service. We will be having a potluck luncheon following the church service and a fellowship meeting. Also, Saturday even we have reservations for a dinner. Sabbath Keepers needing assistance with housing may contact Lori Booker to discuss a church member opening their home for a stay. 

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Yosemite National Park Church Service

After the WWII, SDA church was asked to provide worship service in Yosemite National Park on Saturday during summer month. Ever since then, Oakhurst SDA church has taken this responsibility for decades organizing Sabbath worships during summer months. It has been an honor that we, Central Valley SKMM, were asked to provide one Sabbath worship during the summer month. This year, we will be having worship service on June 27, sabbath school will start @ 0930, worship service will start @ 1030. We would like to extend invitation to everyone who would like to visit Yosemite National Park to worship with us on June 27. Light lunch will be served.

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Happy bikers for Christmas

While we were trying to find a family we could help out for the Christmas toy run, Jan, from our Ceres church, suggested a family to her husband Ernie who is a Central Valley member. The mother's name is Brezzy Sanchez; she is a single mom with two young boys: Jose is 7 years old and  Michael is 3 years old. Jan had told us that Brezzy was struggling financially to raise her boys. She lives in a very modest apartment with very few items in her home for their comfort. No Christmas tree or lights for the holidays.

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Wichita Chapter looking for volunteers

We need some help for Warming Hearts Souls Shelter. The date is November 8 and the place is the winter shelter at 829 North Market, Wichita, KS 67214. We need two or three people that could either serve the food or sit and talk with the homeless. It's always a good idea to have 4 to 5 servers and the rest of us just kind of mingle and eat with the guys. We also need some food for the event. We need a crock pot of vegetable chili and a crockpot of meat chili.

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Veteran's Stand Down in Stanta Fe

This year the Santa Fe Chapter will be assisting in the Veteran's Stand Down for the fifth year in a row Oct. 25-26 from 9am-4pm. Veterans and near-homeless veterans will be able to get free clothing, backpacks, blankets, meals, health screening and numerous services at “Stand Downs” for homeless veterans in five cities in New Mexico. 

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