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Cowboy Church will feature "Country at Heart" singers in December

Cherry Grove Cowboy Church will be held Sunday, Dec. 4.

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Cowboy Church will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, at Cherry Grove Church. Music starts at 5:45 p.m. and the "Country at Heart" singers will be featured.

Cowboy Church is a nondenominational service with a mix of Country, Christian Country, Cowboy and Southern Gospel and Bluegrass music.

Musicians who would like to perform should contact Cindy Seabright at seabright.cindy@gmail.com or 507-272-1682 one week prior to the first Sunday-of-the-month service.

The church is handicap accessible and located at 18183 160th St., Cherry Grove, rural Spring Valley.

Send event information to life@postbulletin.com with "Faith Focus" in the subject line, or mail it to Faith Focus, Post Bulletin, 1700 Greenview Drive SW, Rochester, MN 55902. Be sure to include locations and contact information.

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