Sabbath Keepers Forms New Puget Sound Chapter

A new Sabbath Keepers motorcycle ministry has formed in the Seattle area. Sabbath Keepers is a Christian motorcycle ministry committed to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and the seventh-day Sabbath with the motorcycle community.

The Sabbath Keepers Puget Sound chapter formed with the support of the Edmonds Church in Lynnwood, Wash. The chapter became official July 30, 2014, and has attended several motorcycle events and fellowship rides since its inception. One such event, the Oyster Run in Anacortes, Wash., was a huge success. The Puget Sound chapter joined the Columbia River (Woodland, Wash.), Langley (British Columbia) and Northwest (Puyallup, Wash.) Sabbath Keepers chapters in this event. The Oyster Run is the largest annual one-day motorcycle event in Washington.

For more information in joining this exciting new Seattle area motorcycle outreach ministry, contact Bill Lusk at their website or call the Edmonds Church at 425-771-5302

Featured in: December 2014


Bill Lusk

Sabbath Keepers Puget Sound Chapter president and Edmonds Church member