Join dogs and their owners on the first and third Sunday of the month for a church service that embraces today’s lifestyle in the Central Community Dog Park.
The service is a casual get together that includes prayer, music and a short message while you enjoy coffee and donuts. Dress is casual! Shorts are a good choice now that it’s summer! There is plenty of parking in the adjacent parking lot and plenty of seating under the shade of mature live oaks. Enjoy nature while your dog plays off-leash in the one-acre, fenced dog park.
Central Christian Church was a pioneer in offering part of their church grounds for a park where the community could come sit, read, visit with other dog lovers and play with their dog in a peaceful sitting behind a church.
For fun and to honor that pioneer spirit, the first Sunday in July the park will offer the dogs a sample of the latest dog treats—Blueberry Waffle and Shortcake Biscuits, prepared and marketed by another pioneer, Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman.
The next dog park church service will be at 9 a.m. on July 7. Plan to come and invite a friend to come and bring their dog. You may also want to provide your email contact so that you can be notified of any special events in the park, like the dog fest held earlier this month. All are welcome!