Singing, dinner planned for evening
Hoffman Fellowship, located at 25206 Main St. in the small community of Hoffman, will host several motorcycle groups from around the state and even Texas this weekend.
Bikers for Christ and Christian Motorcycle Association members, their families and friends are planning to converge on the small community Saturday in a greater effort in helping spread the Gospel and the surrounding communities, along with enjoying fellowship.
Hoffman Fellowship is open Saturdays providing hot meals, fun, praise, prayer, fellowship and a different Gos- pel band every Saturday.
Ruby Burney Murray, the founder of Hoffman Fellowship, has devoted 62 years in the ministry including serving and helping those in need.
Whether it’s clothing, groceries, utilities, gasoline or just a ride to an appointment, her philosophy is “ The Lord always provides.”
Hoffman Fellowship has worked diligently to reach out to the sector of the community that harbors the afflicted, addicted and the lost without Jesus residents for 23 years that the hall has been in operation.
This week, the various motorcycle groups, according to Sondra Butera of the Texas Bikers for Christ, are attending in order to bring help to Hoffman Fellowship, and keep the ministry going.
“Please come and fellowship with us and feed your bellies with great hot food and your souls with Jesus,” Butera stated in inviting the community to attend.
She added that many will be camping out in the area thanks to Ruby’s invitation and hospitality.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Gospel music is from 5-6 p.m; dinner served at 6 p.m. and followed by a children’s program from 6:45 – 7 p.m.
More music will continue throughout the evening.
For more information about Hoffman Fellowship, contact Ruby Murray at 918-650-3006.