Foundation Membership and by the generosity of
dozens of area businesses and private citizens.
The Annual Ox Roast Car
Show ~ Has been discontinued !
After 19 years of putting on the Ox Roast, Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show, we have
made the decision to discontinue this event. We realize that many will be
disappointed at this news. The family fun and entertainment it has provided for
nearly two decades for countless people will be sorely missed. We understand as
it has been a great source of memories for our church members and families too.
There are several factors that led to this very difficult decision that we will
not disclose publicly at this time. We are not a large church and this event is
an enormous undertaking for our congregation. Over the years, this show has
grown tremendously while our congregation and its leadership are aging. Still,
we have always considered it a labor of love. It has been a blessing to have
reached out to thousands upon thousands of people, to provide three days of free
family entertainment, food, and even free amusement rides. We have been touched
by countless stories of how families were able to enjoy a weekend of fun, who
otherwise could not afford to do something like this. Most of all, we are
thankful to have been used by God to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our
open air church services. In each service many people, sometimes dozens, made a
decision to receive Jesus Christ as their Lord.
Be assured that our decision is not in any way due to any conflict or
dissatisfaction with the classic car community or the public in general. We
greatly appreciate the incredible support that we have received from classic car
owners across the country. We are fully aware, that without the classic cars
there would never have been a show. We thank you for making our show the most
successful one in its class, year after year. For all those that have helped or
have been helped, we are eternally grateful.
Thank you and God Bless You,
Rev. Frank J. Glenn, Jr., Founder & Senior Pastor
Rev. Stephen M. Sprague, Sr., Associate Pastor