Where and When are Your Services? We have 2 campuses!
The Atascosa County Campus is located at 561 FM 3350, Jourdanton, TX 78026
Sunday Services at 8:30AM and 10:45AM
The Wilson County Campus is located at 100 Hickory Run, La Vernia, TX 78121
Sunday Service at 10:45AM
What Should I Expect?
Cowboy Fellowship provides a “come as you are” atmosphere for anyone who wants to join us. People wear either jeans and boots, traditional Sunday best, or something in between. What truly matters is that you are with us to worship our Lord.
Where Do I Go?
When you visit Cowboy Fellowship, please turn on your hazard lights as you drive through our gates. This indicates that you are a first time guest to our parking team and greeters so they can better guide you where to go, answer any questions, and help check-in children for Children’s Church. As you enter the sanctuary, you will be given a bulletin and helped to a seat by one of our volunteers. Please sit where you feel most comfortable and be sure get refreshments from the kitchen area.
What is a Worship Service Like?
After a greeting from one of our pastors, our service begins with our live worship band who leads us in both traditional hymns and contemporary worship songs, all played in a country/western musical style. With the congregation ready, Pastor Pete gives his Bible based sermon. The bulletin does have a sermon outline with fill-in-the-blanks and scripture references to help follow along. The answers and scriptures will also appear on the screen during the service. After prayer, the band leads the congregation with another song followed by closing announcements.
Do I Bring the Kids?
YES! We have an incredible Children’s Church for kids (birth-4th grade) during worship services at both of our campuses. Kids 3 years old through 4th grade have their own worship time and then lessons from a Bible based curriculum. Parents check their children in through our church management system (Breeze) which prints out two identification labels. One sticker adheres on the back of the child to serve as their identification, and the other one is given to the parent and is required for verification at pick-up.