Walker County Cowboy Church - Huntsville, TX

Our mission is to eliminate "religious and man made barriers" and just get down to the basics found in God's Word. We do things a little differently so that there is no pressure and no preconceptions about church. We are a Baptist affiliate but our only allegiance is to Jesus Christ, our Lord.


We feature country gospel music, relevant messages, a casual atmosphere, and real people who would love to meet you!!

1674 State Highway 75 N.

Huntsville, TX 77320


(936) 662-4333


Prayer Gathering: Sundays 10:15am

Sunday Coffee & Fellowship: 10:30am

Youth Group Bible Study: Sundays 10:30am

Sunday Service: 11:00am

Wednesday Night Bible Study: 7:00pm


Children's Church is available

Current Reminders and Updates


4th of July Weekend: Please join us for Sunday morning service 4th of July weekend. Potluck lunch will resume in August.


Land Note: We are counting down to the day the land note is paid off. It’s a blessing that we have this property. It will be a huge blessing when we get it paid off.


Tithes and Offerings: Please prayerfully consider what God may lead you to do to help in this vital area of our church.


We hope to see everyone this Sunday as we worship together.



Prayer Time: Join us at 10:15 on Sundays as we join together in prayer for God’s blessings on our church. There are about a dozen people currently praying together. We’d love to include you in the group. Everyone is welcome.


Kroger Rewards: The donation checks are faithfully coming in each quarter! When you designate the church as the organization you want to receive a donation from each use of your Kroger Plus shoppers card, we receive 1% of all grocery items purchased!! Click here for instructions on how to participate!


We have a church APP: For more information you can contact Julie.

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“Let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” (Hebrews 10:24-25)