Line Camp Trail Ride
The congregation of Line Camp Cowboy Church is inviting the community to their first Spring Trail Ride this Saturday. Everyone is invited to bring their horse and participate in this free ride. In addition, there will be hay wagons for non-riders. Line Camp Cowboy Church began back in late 2015 as a small Bible study group. Then, in January of last year, they started meeting at the Raywood Livestock Market on Highway 90. In one recent service, the congregation topped 140 in attendance. Church pastor is Harland Strother. Again, this Saturday, Line Camp Cowboy Church will hold its first Spring Trail Ride. Everyone is invited to meet by 10:30 Saturday morning at the future permanent home of the church – that location is 711 Highway 90 in Devers. Riders will lineup at 10:45 for an 11 a.m. start. There will also be hay wagons for non-riders. All horses must have a negative coggins test. After the 10-mile ride, the Line Camp Cowboy Church Chuck Wagon Team will serve dinner. It’s free to one and all, courtesy of the members of Line Camp Cowboy Church.