The Fellowship of Christian Cowboys is a non-profit interdenominational ministry that operates solely on the faith funded support of individuals and companies who share a common desire to further the gospel of Jesus Christ to rural America.
In 1973 Wilber Plaugher, the famous rodeo clown and Mark Schricker, National Finals Rodeo calf roping and steer wrestling champion, had the vision for starting a fellowship for cowboys, which has grown into the Fellowship of Christian Cowboys. They knew there was an important message to get out and they also knew that cowboys would listen to cowboys. They didn’t realize all of what God had in mind. FCC is unique because we use cowboys, cowgirls, ranchers and more to minister across the country. Since 1973, the FCC has grown from those seven dedicated men at the Phoenix Pro Rodeo to a partnership of thousands of members today.
The National office of FCC, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is a faith funded ministry depending on God for our funding, through the financial support of individuals and companies who share a common desire to further the Gospel of Jesus Christ to rural America. The office has a small dedicated staff of unselfish people serving God through the work He has called them to do. FCC serves under a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board made up of men and women from various walks of life.
Fellowship of Christian Cowboys
P.O. Box 1210
Cañon City, Co. 81215