Cowboy Church Revival planned Saturday, Sept. 17
There will be cowboys, Indians, grub, and some old-fashioned preachin’ at Denver’s first Cowboy Church Revival.
Cowboys and cowgirls (you don’t have to really be one to attend) will gather under the arbor behind Denver United Methodist Church this Saturday from 6-8 p.m. for what organizers are calling “the straight-up gospel. No bull!”
“We’re excited here at the No Bull Gospel to see this event unfold,” organizers stated.
“It’s the debut of our simple, “no bull” message, and the start of what we hope to be a blessed beginning to a great ministry,”
Scott Whitener, trail boss of the Gateway Cowboy Church in Stanley, will bring the message.
“Scott is a true Cowboy Church pastor who tells it like it is. In plain, easy-to-understand language, he preaches the truth of the gospel in a unique way that appeals to everyone,” according to organizers.
Bring a chair, an appetite and all of your friends. This is casual. No fancy pants or dresses (unless you want to). Just come as you are.
The chuck wagon will serve up grub at 6 p.m., and the preaching commences at 7 p.m.