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Kenny Rice

Founder

Set Free Christian Fellowship

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Set Free Christian Fellowship

P.O. Box 2020

Elma, Washington,98541

United States

Company Description

 We are a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding those less fortunate. Operating solely on love offerings, we gladly accept and appreciate your support. Send Financial Donations to:  Set Free Christian Fellowship PO Box 2020 Elma WA  98541 Office: 360.2...more

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Our History - Set Free

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Pastor Kenny Rice, Founder of Set Free Elma
Pastor Kenny Rice, Founder of Set Free Elma Set Free Christian Fellowship of Elma was started in 1992 by Pastor Kenny Rice. Countless men had been helped by the Set Free Church in Anaheim, and Pastor Kenny was used that model to start the Set Free Christian Fellowship of Elma. When Pastor Kenny moved to Georgia in 2005 to start another ministry, he turned Set Free Elma over to a board of members.


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Rev. Kenny Rice
5801 Blackjack Rd. Flowery Branch, GA 30542 678-725-0813 Visit Church WebSite


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Rev. Kenny Rice
5801 Blackjack Rd. Flowery Branch, GA 30542 678-725-0813 Visit Church Site


Find a Church | Chattahoochee Baptist Association

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?Rev. Kenny Rice
5801 Blackjack Rd. Flowery Branch, GA 30542 678-725-0813


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Pastor Kenny Rice recently started the Life Connection Cowboy Church on Black Jack Road in Flowery Branch at the site of the former Life Connection Baptist Church.
Rice and Michael Marquez, right, continue to renovate the former Life Connection Church on Black Jack Road to fit the style of the new Life Connection Cowboy Church. (SCOTT ROGERS) Inside the Life Connection Cowboy Church, pastor Kenny Rice continues to add a country flavor to the decoration of the sanctuary with rough-worn wood for a down-home feel. (SCOTT ROGERS) Pastor Kenny Rice has established Life Connection Cowboy Church in Flowery Branch, giving blue-collar workers a place to practice their faith or explore it for the first time. Rice said the new church, which began holding services in July, is reaching out to a population that previously might not have had its spiritual needs addressed. "What we're trying to do is reach out to those people in the Western culture (such as) farmers, ranchers, cowboys, who feel uncomfortable going into a traditional building with a steeple," the preacher said. "Although everyone is welcome to come, we're emphasizing our ministry on the Western culture." Rice said he felt the call to build a cowboy church when he learned how many members of "Western culture" often felt ostracized by other churches, particularly by their formality. "A lot of these guys don't have dress-up clothes," Rice said. "It's kind of like going into a foreign environment to dress up and go there. What happens is they usually just don't go to church." Life Connection Cowboy Church meets in the former building of Life Connection Baptist Church. Rice served as the pastor of both, converting the latter into the former when he saw a spiritual need among the Northeast Georgia cowboys. Rice and his parishioners began repurposing the modular building off Black Jack Road in Flowery Branch to make future parishioners feel more comfortable. After only a month, Rice has seen his congregation grow from five or six to almost 20. According to cowboy ministries based in other areas, which Rice used as a model for his new venture, many individuals who attend cowboy church are admirers rather than members of the Western-style culture. "Two-thirds of the people that attend a cowboy church are not cowboys," Rice said. "They're just drawn to the Western culture. People wear their hats in church. The pastor preaches in his cowboy hat and takes it off to pray." To Rice, a Washington state native who became an ordained minister in 1992, the lack of formality is more than refreshing. "It's amazing," he said. "Like being set free." After the current renovation is finished, he plans to develop the surrounding 5 acres to suit his congregants' lifestyle. "It seems perfect to be able to raise a barn, and eventually we'll have corrals and horse events here," Rice said. "We're looking to make a Christian equine center in Northeast Georgia, kind of similar to (Chicopee Equestrian Center) but Christian-based." While some of the customs and parishioners might be nontraditional, the message of Life Connection Cowboy Church remains the same, albeit a bit more personal. "Pastor Kenny uses Scripture, but he relates his own life to things in the Scripture and it helps you," Cofield said. "(Pastor Kenny) has lived through hard times, so he understands the people (who) come to his church. He welcomes everybody." While Life Connection Cowboy Church has its message and premises ready to go, it needs one last element to make its services complete: the sound of music. "We really, really need country/western/bluegrass musicians and singers," Rice said.


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