Very interesting...I've never heard of that church or seen one when visiting Texas. Next time I'm there, I must investigate. Have a relaxing day before the week begins, dear friend, XOXO
Hello Susan...I first saw this sign when I was traveling to my mother's home, back in August when she became ill. If you click on the word Cowboy Church, it will link you an article about it's history.
Hello Meggie, Cowboy churches are new to me. I like the quote on the sign about riding high because He is always watching. I suppose cowgirls are invited as well. Have a great week. Joyous Wishes, Linda
Hi Linda...they are new to me also. I see more and more of their signs. The church is very family oriented.
I'd love to attend a cowboy church sometime. They're not really something we have this far east.
Hi Brian...I believe there are some in Kentucky.
That is so diverse and interesting Meggie, I can't imagine going to my local church and enjoying a rodeo...........I'm afraid it's nowhere near as exciting.........just tea and cake with the vicars wife.kim x
Hellp Kim...I've never attended one of the Cowboy Churches. Tea and cake sounds good to me!
It strikes me as strange that there would be churches for people who work at being a cowboy. Is this unique to Texas?In Minnesota, many churches are unique to country of origin, like Norwegian or German Lutheran or Greek Orthodox but a religion based on occupation seems odd. I'm envisioning a Plumber's Church!
I've seen quite a few over the last 10 years or so in West Texas where we lived until last year. I've never been to one, though.
Hello Jan....I think the numbers are growing, especially in Texas.