Holy Harley Hog?

Biker’s BBQ?


Several members of CityView Community Church, 1650 Roosevelt Avenue in York, PA have decided to create an evangelistic endeavor they are calling York’s Biker BBQ on the second Saturday of each month (May 8th, June 12, July 10, August 14, & September 11th) where they will have music vendors, BBQ Chicken and Pulled Pork from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.  The Buffet is $12. Check out http://www.cityviewyork.com/york-biker-bbq/ for details.

Since the Harley Davidson Plant is located in York, about two miles from the church, one could come visit the plant, tour the Harley Davidson Museum, and catch lunch at the event.  It’s the perfect day if you ride bike, and CityView Community Church parking lot is on top of a hill, overlooking the valley containing York City.  York is centrally located South of Harrisburg, west of Lancaster, east of Gettysburg, and North of Baltimore. I83 North or South, and Rt. 30 East or West will get you to York! CityView is located three traffic lights west of the I83/Rt.30 crossing. Turn Right at the Denny’s restaurant and you can see the Church on top of the hill. Bear Left at the “Y” and take the first right (CityView entrance) up the hill to the event.

Bikers are also benevolent, and these events will also raise money to support the Casa Angelina Orphanage in Teleche, Guatamalo. Several of the bikers heading this event have volunteered to build this orphanage over the years.  (See www.whatmattersmm.org about the orphanage and their ministry.)  This orphanage has been quite effective at saving children off the street, bringing them safety, and changing their lives.  Proceeds from the Buffet go directly to the orphanage.

Those sponsoring the event look at it as a chance to share the fellowship, love, and service of Jesus Christ to the Biker nation as well as raise money to save orphans in Guatamalo.

If you are in the area of York, Pennsylvania the second Saturday between May and September, stop by, meet some neat people, and pig out with the hogs while supporting orphans