Dinosaur Bible Fellowship Hoping for Area Turnout

A local example of Christian fellowship is bringing people together thanks to a cooperation effort extending from Roosevelt to Dinosaur, Colorado. Pastor Chuck Martin is leading a small but growing new congregation in western Colorado and says they’ve done so with the support of the Roosevelt Baptist Church. “Even though we are in Dinosaur we are part of the eastern Utah organization,” shares Pastor Martin. “The Roosevelt Baptist Church has helped us a lot. They are a bigger church and are helping to get this one off the ground.” Their latest contribution is helping Dinosaur Bible Fellowship organize a special worship event and concert that they hope will attract people from all over the region. The event scheduled for September 17th will be held at the park next to the church in Dinosaur and starts with fun for kids at 4:00, dinner at 5:00 and a concert featuring the Travis Lee Band at 6:00. The Travis Lee Band is well known on the Christian worship network having performed with the TLB national tour for 6 years. “This event is for everyone!” shares Pastor Martin. “We sure hope to see our Utah neighbors.”

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