STILLWATER, Okla. — The 3rd Annual Ride to Worship will be held Saturday at Boomer Lake Park. The free event is open to all with a cowboy/biker theme. Steve Axtell tells more about the event.
1 This is an all day event. What activities are there?
We have some cowboy churches coming to demonstrate things. We have a motor, car and bike show and motorcycle games for couples and singles. We have seven bands. There’s about four vendors, an Elvis impersonator and about 3,000 door prizes. We’re going to play the Happy song at random times throughout the day.
2 What are Bible biker games?
They’re slow ride games for couples and singles. It’s real common biker games.
3 What bands will be performing?
Rid ‘n 4 Him, Rusty Vineyard, White Horse Revelation, The Witness Band, Biker Church Band, Rick ‘n Dick, The Frog Dogs. At 7 p.m., we do a concert. Aubree Huffman is the performing artist.
4 What’s on the menu for the chuck wagon breakfast?
It’s like a cowboy casserole and coffee. They’re going to make stuff on the anvil. There is also a prayer run in the morning, which motorcycles and cars can go on. It is a 50-mile route across Payne County. Bicyclists that want to do bicycling will be around Boomer Lake. That’s a charity ride for a missionary Samantha Brown who is moving to Africa. We charge $20 per car, motorcycle or bike. Kids are free.
5 What is the purpose of Ride to Worship?
It’s all about Christian unity. There’s about 30 ministries putting this on. Everybody has their own little part. It’s all for free. Everybody just comes together and puts on a celebration for Jesus.