Chrome gleamed in the parking lot of Midvale Pentecostal Holiness Church on Sunday as members of the Christian Motorcycle Association participated in the church’s third annual “Bikers’ Sunday” service.
The morning worship service was opened by Ron Stow, chaplain of Show-Me Disciples from Houston, who spoke on “service.” Though leathers and boots weren’t usual church attire for Pastor Emmett Bradford’s congregation, they easily blended in once the praise and worship service began.
The CMA mission is to inspire its leaders and members to be the most organized, advanced, equipped, financially stable organization, full of integrity in the motorcycling industry and the kingdom of God. Their vision: changing the world; one heart at a time.
Twenty-eight bikers attended, representing two CMA chapters, Bikers For Christ and Road Riders For Christ.
The church provided lunch after the morning service.