Christianity plus cattle: Cowboy churches are on the rise

By Annabeth Poe

Willie Pickard preaches a Christmas message at Stockyard Cowboy Church in Siler City, NC. (Annabeth Poe / Carolina Connection)

One of the fastest growing trends in religion mixes Christ with cattle. They’re called cowboy churches and according to one fellowship group, more than 200 are now operating around the United States.

In Siler City, Carolina Connection’s Annabeth Poe found out how one church is putting its unique brand on Christian worship.

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