who are we?
EMC is a group of like-minded male and female motorcycle enthusiasts. We love to ride and we also love our cafe breaks along the way. Fellowship and catching up with mates is just as important to us as enjoying the open country roads on our bikes. Our rides are open to anyone who loves to ride, with pillions always welcome as well.
who can come?
Riders of all skill types are welcome as we will always try to have a tail end sweep to ensure everyone reaches our destination safely and pillion passengers are welcome.
when do we get together?
We get together for a Saturday ride about once every 8 weeks and for those who are keen or just like a shorter ride we have an alternate Sunday ride in between them.
how can I find out more?
Please contact the church office to find out more information on upcoming ride locations and dates.
what sort of rides do we do?
A typical Sunday ride will leave early at around 6am and head up to Mount Glorious for breakfast and will be back by around 9.30am in time for the morning church service for those wishing to attend.
The Saturday bi-monthly rides are usually a little longer as we try to get out further into this beautiful part of the world we live in, exploring winding country roads that are fantastic to take in on a bike. These rides have been as far Kyogle, Toowoomba and even Kenilworth although we have ventured further on some overnight rides as well, staying in bike-friendly accommodation. An average Saturday ride is around 350km, arriving home by mid-afternoon.
what is craft group?
Craft group is run for ladies of any age, meeting every Thursday of the school term at two separate times. We have a morning class from 9:30am to 12:00pm, and in the evening from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Ladies can come and join a class or bring their own craft. We have a “Think Spot” in each session, giving the ladies something to turn their thoughts to God.
what crafts do you do?
We cover a variety of crafts on a week-by-week basis. Some of the crafts we have previously completed or are planning in the future include soap making, tatting, silk ribbon work, embroidered quilting panels, smocked pin cushions, a scrap booking table and unfinished objects.