8:30 AM Anchor Ranch
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Another favorite Lone Pine Film Festival tradition, Sunday Morning Cowboy Church, is led by long-time Owens Valley pastor Ben Sparks.
Held at the historic Spainhower Anchor Ranch which was the site of many Hopalong Cassidy sets and countless other films shot in the early days. Ben's personalized sermon takes on a very special meaning as the audience sits in this beautiful amphitheater under the Eastern Sierra and Mount Whitney. Truly, an exceptional morning! The 30 minute service will feature a unique western sermon by Ben, retired pastor who served in Lone Pine for over 30 years. Those attending will be picked up at 8:15 at the Lone Pine Airport south of town for the service which starts at 8:30 a.m.
A few pictures of the Festival's 2013 service are below.
Pictures courtesy of Rob Word & Bob Lorbeer
How to get to Cowboy Church
Please park at the Lone Pine Airport, about a half-mile south, on East Side of HWY 395, of The Lone Pine FIlm History Museum. Those attending will be picked up at 8:15 by bus to be transported to the Anchor Ranch. The service will start promptly at 8:30 a.m.