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Religious assembly report goes to planning commission

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By John Barnhart

The planning commission got its first look at a report with recommendations designed to make sure the county's zoning ordinance does not interfere with churches' right to worship.

This became an issue in 2006 when the Cowboy Church began meeting on a farm in Moneta. The Cowboy Church holds worship on Thursday nights in facilities that are not normally used for religious worship. The idea is to reach people who would not normally go to a church. The Cowboy Church was meeting in a barn normally used as part of a horse auction facility.


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