What is a Cowboy Church?
Cowboy Churches are local Christian Churches within a country culture that are distinctly Western heritage in character. A typical cowboy church may meet in a traditional church building or in a rural setting such as a barn, metal building, arena, or old western building. The sermons are usually short and simple. The Door County Cowboy Church meet in a horse barn north of Ellison Bay Wis.
Cowboy Church Model:
The Door County Cowboy Church places an emphasis on a “No Barrier” model. The no barrier church model removes the traditions and rituals found in many Christian Services. This is not to say that other forms of worship are wrong, but our cowboy church is a simple format of music and ministry with doctrines based on John 3:16. A general concept is, “come as you are, inside and out, all are welcome”.
The Door County Cowboy Church is non-denominational, which is to say we are not affiliated with any church denomination.
The Door County Cowboy Church is a summer Sunday Morning Ministry running from Memorial Day to Labor Day. It consists of a country acoustic music house band to open and close each service, a 20 minute concert performed by a local or guest artist, and a short simple message centered on God’s love and redemption.
Location: Horse barn at 12376 Timberline Rode, a half mile north of Uncle Tom’s Candy Store.
Meeting Times: Every Sunday Morning from 10:00 to 11:00 AM.
For more information call Pastor Lloyd @ 920-421-1327 or email
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