Sunday, February 23, 2014

Church Service


Unique meetin' place
Pecos village location
Sunday mornin' church 

19 comments:

  1. I wonder what is different about the cowboy service.

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  2. the cowboy churches are popular here, too. :)

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  3. Nice find! We have some here too.

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  4. I like the idea of ow boy churches. I'd be curious tosee what a service is like.

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  5. We got them thar cowboy churches here, too, 'cause we got so many folks working with horses, ya know. I ain't never bin to one, tho. Never felt the need. Workin' the land and the horses is enuf for me.

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  6. Cowboy church? I think we need lawyer and politician churches nowadays. Teach 'em a little sense of Christian compassion and charity...

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  7. Yippie ki-yay!... and pass the collection plate.

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  8. Our Cowboy Church in my hometown is building a larger building. Seems their congregation is growing by leaps and bounds! Perhaps a visit to see what all the excitement is about is due!

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  9. Can the horses come in for communion too?

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  10. Never heard of cowboy church before! Love that sign.

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  11. Wonder if Slue-Foot Sue attends the meetin' with him!

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  12. There's one down here that has a rodeo too. They always have a float in the Christmas parade.

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  13. Reminds me of the church I saw on Palm Beach with the Bentleys out in front.

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  14. Never heard of cowboy churchs before... only for men?
    Like the sign, nice find, Kate.

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  15. There are several cowboy churches in our area too. Most of them meet in small rodeo arenas or private roping corrals.

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