Cowboy Church of Virginia

A Place where Everybody is Somebody and Jesus Christ is Lord Roanoke, VA
Cowboy Church of Virginia

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1410 Buena Vista Blvd. SE
P.O. Box 6562 - 24017
Roanoke, VA 24013


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Who We Are

CCofVa. has several locations throughout Virginia and West Virginia with it's main offices in Roanoke, Va. Cowboy Church of Virginia is a worship experience designed to draw people of every faith and from any background! Sounds impossible, right?!
Well, it is not and CCofVa. has been reaching hundreds since 2004.
There are 5 characteristics that make a Cowboy Church:
1. Non-denominational
2. No membership
3. No offerings collected
4. No dress code
5. Non-traditional settings
If you remove any one of these, then no matter the name out front, it simply is not a Cowboy Church.
Come experience Jesus as you never have before!
Tuesday - The Music Barn Blacksburg, Va.
Wednesday - Hollins Library, Roanoke, Va.
Thursday - Scott's Strawberry Farm, Moneta, Va.
Saturday - Augusta Expo Fishersville, Va.
Sunday AM - Ruritan Club, Mt. Crawford, Va.
Sunday PM - Moose Lodge, Vinton, Va.

About Us

Casual, Young families, Hand-clapping, Lively, Inclusive

Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Community Service

Praise and Worship, Traditional Hymns, Contemporary



English, Spanish



1410 Buena Vista Blvd. SE
P.O. Box 6562 - 24017
Roanoke, VA 24013



Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What are services like?
The number one repetitive comment made for over 10 years is "it feels as if I've been here my whole life". Instant "belonging" is a result of no membership. When any group creates members - it also creates "non members". At CCofVa. you belong simply because - you're there!!

What is the community like?
People in CCofVa. are outgoing and come from all walks of life and backgrounds. Often people think they have to be a "cowboy" to go to Cowboy Church. Well, if your looking for a reason not to go to worship, just pick one that suits you! But if you want genuine spirit led and anointed worship and Bible teaching - then come on in!

What if I'm not a Christian?
The majority of those attending Cowboy Church services do not profess to be "Christians". But many do profess to be believers. Ever Christian, or believer, was once one among the unsaved. Someone once said: "true freedom of worship is serving along side a person who is screaming at the top of their lungs in opposition to that cause which you would give your very life for".


Raymond Bell

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