Cowboy Church ministry offers music, food for soul

2013-01-26T04:00:00Z Cowboy Church ministry offers music, food for soulJournal staff Rapid City Journal
January 26, 2013 4:00 am  • 

Susie McEntire-Eaton will bring her Cowboy Church ministry back to the Black Hills Stock Show on two Sundays, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3.

McEntire-Eaton will sing songs from her new CD, "Chase the Wind," with her husband, Mark Eaton, at 10 a.m. services both Sundays. Filled with fellowship, music and "food for the soul," the services last about an hour and 15 minutes, according to McEntire-Eaton, who is the sister of country music star Reba McEntire.

This Sunday's Cowboy Church will be at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center theater, and the Feb. 3 service will be at the Best Western Ramkota Rushmore Room.

Contact Mary Garrigan at 394-8424 or

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