Thousand Hills Cowboy Church

Cowboy Church, Western, Ranch, Farm, Rodeo, Cowboy, Ethridge, TN
Thousand Hills Cowboy Church
Thousand Hills Cowboy Church

Plan Your Visit


1025 Brewer Rd
Ethridge, TN 38483

(931) 628-2805


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Who We Are


“Why the name Thousand Hills?”
In Psalm 50:10 the Bible says,
“for every animal of the forest is mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills.”

This sums up the vision for our name. God has resources beyond our imagination. With God we know all things really are possible!

“What Denomination is THCC affiliated with?”
We are a Southern Baptist Convention and
Tennessee Baptist Convention Church Plant.

“How should I dress at THCC?”
Some people at Thousand Hills will wear boots and jeans, many will wear hats or caps, and some will wear shorts. All of these are appropriate. The bottom line: wear whatever is comfortable to you. There is no pretense here. At THCC we make ourselves at home with God and each other.

“Do I have to be a cowboy to attend Thousand Hills Cowboy Church?”
The answer to that is simple, No! Although many cowboys, cowgirls, and other horse enthusiasts will attend THCC, our members come from every background and walk of life. If you would rather wear jeans than dress up, if you enjoy country or blue grass gospel music, if you like rubbing elbows with plain down to earth people, and if you want clear simple sermons you can understand, you will love Thousand Hills.

About Us

Casual, Down to Earth, Spirit-filled

Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Young Adults, Community Service, Adult Education


Baptist (SBC)




Our Services

What are services like?
Friendly, Laid Back, Upbeat Country Style Music, and Sermons You Can Actually Understand.

What is the community like?
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Come as you are. Only the imperfect are welcomed here!

Leadership View all

Nathan Duncan

Nathan Duncan

Pastor “Nate” is the Lead Pastor at THCC. He believes that the church exists to know Christ and make Him known. He has been married to Ann since 1997. They have four sons. Nate enjoys roping, breaking horses, working & feeding cows, ranch life, rodeoing, and spending time with his family.

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