An event organized by Pastor Randy Schoof that began as a bike blessing in the church parking lot...
Motorcycle Sunday 2019 in Aurora shows God’s love reaches no limits
AURORA, Ill., May 7, 2019 – Motorcyclists and festival enthusiasts gathered in Phillips Park – Aurora for the 19th annual Motorcycle Sunday. The yearly event is sponsored by Aurora’s Warehouse Church.
An event organized by Pastor Randy Schoof that began as a bike blessing in the church parking lot is now fully-fledged community festival Pastor Randy is a man of community engagement. This last Thursday, he has involved in the National Day of Prayer – Aurora walk. His involvement with this event has been for 16 years, walking and praying during a day-long 12-mile walk through the City of Lights.
Pastor School noted in Monday’s The Beacon-News, “We don’t want this to be a once-a-year thing, but rather that people’s spiritual lives begin to grow. That’s why we give people a copy of the biker’s Bible, ‘Hope for the Highway,’ that people carry in their saddlebag.”
The Sunday featured many vendors from food to motorcycle equipment. One interesting vendor was The Salvation Army – Central Territory offering prayer and other literature.
Thanks to Jason Carter of The Voice for this video of the beginning of the 2019 60-mile bike run.
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