Worship, Schedule

You’ll find Open Range Fellowship to be a warm, welcoming family of people who love rural life, horses and cowboy culture, as well as motorcycles and the feeling of the open road.

 

Pastor Frank delivers his first message in the renovated building.

Pastor Frank delivers his first message in the renovated building.

We gather Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings, at 509 W. Lone Jack/Lee’s Summit Road (map link). You can also use our Location page.
Both days, our 5 to 8-piece live band and choir leads us in worship using a variety of musical styles — even some original songs! Each service includes a biblical message full of practical meaning for our daily lives.
Dress code? No way! It’s completely acceptable to dress like a cowboy or cowgirl (yes, really), in your farming duds, in regular casual clothes, or wearing your biker leathers to share road patches with other area bikers.

 


The Outsiders band performing live worship songs at the first service in the new location.

The Outsiders band performing live worship songs at the first service in the new location.

Saturday Service

  Youth Group starts at 4:45 pm.
  Adult Bible Study starts at 4:45 pm in the fellowship hall
  We enjoy coffee, treats, and fellowship at 5:30 pm
  Followed by worship music at 6:00 pm
  Children’s church starts when the music concludes
  Then the Pastor delivers the message/topic, until around 6:45 pm.

Sunday Service

  Youth Group starts at 9:00 am.
  Adult Bible Study with coffee and treats starts at 9:00 am in the fellowship hall.
  Worship music service begins at 10:00 am.
 
Children’s church starts when the music concludes
  Then the Pastor delivers the message/topic, until around 10:45 am.


See What We’re Like – Browse our Collections of Archived Media

Our Media Page has links to:

  Video Archive – video recordings of pastor messages; ORF activities and/or special events.
  Photo Albums via Flickr.com – random collections of Open Range fun.
  Print clippings from regional publications, often featuring ORF Pastors.

 

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