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John 8:34-36: Jesus answered them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is the slave of sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son does remain forever.  So if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed. Luke 15:22-24:  But the father said to his slaves, ‘Quickly bring out the best robe and put it on him and put a ring on his hand and sandals on his feet; and bring the fattened calf, kill it, and let us eat and celebrate; for this son of mine was dead and has come to life again; he was lost and has been found.’ And they began to celebrate.

Graham Morrison is the pastor of the All 4 One Biker Church and a member of the Heavens Saints Motorcycle Ministry. As you may expect, his understanding and perspective of motorcycle club members, including “1%ers” (outlaw motorcycle gang members), is far deeper and nuanced than most of the rest of us.

“Bikers have very high standards,” says Pastor Morrison. “They have respect for each other, a brotherly love. Many come from a rough upbringing and found acceptance in a group. They may have a false sense of what it is to truly be a caring people, but they believe they are doing the right thing.”

This is certainly true of Morrison himself. He never got along with his own father and in fact tried to kill him on three different occasions. When other bikers succeeded in killing his father his mother, frightened for her son’s future, invited a priest to come over and talk to him. The priest gave him a good understanding of salvation, baptism, and the sacraments. When he went to church, though, the reception was different.

“When I got to the door a guy in a 3-piece suit looked me up and down and said, ‘Go away, you don’t belong here. Since everything was through the church, including salvation and access to God, I did a complete 180 (turn). I went 180 degrees away from the church as hard as I could.” After going as hard as he could for a while and an arrest by the RCMP, he met a Christian girl he liked and prayed to God: “There’s got to be better than this.” His “better than this” lead him to the Fire Department in Montreal.

“I saw an ad in the paper and at 4:30 pm called. It turned out the hiring manager himself answered the phone, and he said, ‘I don’t know why I answered the phone, my secretary answers it for me.” It turns out Morrison was answering an ad in an old paper, but the hiring manager still had him come in to take the test. A series of divine appointments and relationships saw this unlikely candidate hired, and it was during his tenure with the fire department he met a man who explained to him what the faith really was.

The All 4 One Bikers Church was born out of a need. When motorcycle ministries like the Heaven’s Saints minsters at an event such as the Dover Friday the 13th Motorcycle rally a surprising number of bikers will make a profession of faith such as the sinner’s prayer, but at the end of the rally everyone goes their separate ways. The church provides an opportunity for discipleship, worship, bible study, and Christian fellowship to bring new believers deeper into their faith.



The church is not simply for bikers, and all are welcome. The worship service is informal with the sermon being more like an introduction to a discussion rather than a lecture. Worship is Tuesday nights from 7 pm to 8pm (or so) and is held at Open Door Christian Fellowship, 920 Dundas Street. There is also a bible study on most Saturdays’ (when the group isn’t ministering at a motorcycle event) from 1 pm to 3 pm, again at Open Door. The church can be reached at (519) 619-7370, and more information is at https://all4onebikerchurch.com/.