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Cowboy Fellowship welcomes all for worship, classes, riding
Summer is over. Swimsuits and flip-flops have been put away and backpacks and lunch boxes have taken their place. Kids are back in school and families are ready to get back to their regular schedules. Isn’t it the perfect time to make church part of your weekly activities again?
If you are new to Atascosa County or if you have lived here your entire life, Cowboy Fellowship welcomes you. Pastor Pete Pawelek will be starting a sermon series this Sunday, Sept. 2, called “Best Life.” If you have ever thought, “There must be more to life than this,” make it a point to join us for worship over the next few weeks at 10:45 a.m. each Sunday. There is a nursery provided for infants and toddlers. Children, ages three years to fifth-graders, can attend Children’s Church during the worship service.
There are many activities for all ages during the week at Cowboy Fellowship. Discipleship classes begin Monday, Sept. 10, and meet every Monday evening. There are classes about the basics of Christianity and much more.
Pre-teens and youth meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm. They play games, enjoy music, and discuss issues and topics that are relevant for teens. It is a safe atmosphere for young students to gather together and have fun.
Check out www.cowboyfellowship.org for more details about activities at the church and in the covered facility. There are riding clinics, barrel racing and team roping, mutton bustin’ competitions, and much more coming in the weeks ahead.
So, take your family, neighbors, and friends to Cowboy Fellowship this Sunday.
For directions, call 830-769-3733 or just drive to 561 F.M. 3350. Get ready to sing, worship, and fellowship as you learn about your best life. Following the morning service, there will be a hamburger potluck lunch and you are invited to stay. Everyone is always welcome at Cowboy Fellowship.
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