Cowboy Church

Cowboy Church of Sequatchie Valley: Second Saturday of the month from April to November 2019!!

Dates for 2019:

April 13, May 11, June 8, July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9. 


Round up the whole family and gallop on over to the Tennessee Guest Ranch for Cowboy Church of the Sequatchie Valley! The event kicks off at 5:00PM Central Time/ (6:00PM Eastern Time) with pony rides for the kids and a little 'chuck wagon chow' for the whole family (that's what we call appetizers and drinks!), along with music and fellowship time! The pony rides and chuck wagon will end at 5:45 Central Time/6:45 Eastern Time for everyone to take their seats for the Cowboy Church program which will start promptly at 6PM Central Time/7PM Eastern Time. Don't miss the start or you will miss some beautiful horses and a horse presentation that will help us better understand some of the many horse scriptures found in God's Word! Remember...the ranch is located just over the line in the Central Time Zone so we have posted both the Eastern & Central Times so that everyone will be on time!

Dress Code: Come as you are but please know that Boots, Jeans, Cowboy Hats, and overalls are more than welcome! 

Location: Cowboy Church takes place at the Tennessee Guest Ranch, 1050 Ray Hixson Rd, Dunlap, TN 37327.  

While it is not absolutely necessary to RSVP, it will help us greatly if you don't mind sending us a quick email from our web site to let us know your name and how many you are bringing so we can be sure to have enough chuck wagon chow (cowboy appetizers) for everyone!  

Special Note! Once a month, usually following Cowboy Church, the Tennessee Guest Ranch hosts a mission fundraiser 'Old fashioned Country Barn Dance' and 'Chuck Wagon BBQ Dinner'. Join us for this event and at the same time you will be helping a great cause! The fundraiser is to support our Horsemanship Mission Projects here in Tennessee and in Central America. Support donations are welcomed. The Horsemanship Mission Project uses 'hands on horsemanship' in conjunction with the many horse scriptures found in the Bible to bring the Word of God to children, teens  and adults.  So round up the family and bring them out for a fun night of Old Fashioned Country Barn Dance. Don't worry if you don't know how to dance the old fashioned way...each barn dance includes dance instruction! There is also delicious BBQ and great Cowboy atmosphere! So help support our missions outreach in Tennessee and abroad! To make reservations for this event call 423-554-4677 or email us at and include the number attending and their ages. Checks should be made payable to SVIPA Mission Fund.  Please note that this event is not tax deductable because service is being provided for the event fee.  Any donations over the event amount would be tax deductable and if you would like to sponsor a family to attend who needs financial assistance, that portion would also be tax deductable.

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