Granbury Triple Cross Cowboy Church meets at 3470 Lipan Hwy (Hwy 4) Granbury, TX

"I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." ~John 14:6

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Triple Cross Youth Ministry strives to provide a safe place and the resources needed for the spiritual growth of youth in grades 7-12 in our community.  Our goal is to introduce youth and their families to Jesus Christ, and challenge them to become leaders for the Kingdom of God.  The foundation of our ministry is the Word of God, and we build our faith by exploring how the Bible relates to our lives today.  We will also have fun while we learn, with activities such as basketball, volleyball, air hockey, horseshoes, horseback riding, rodeos, youth band, and trips to concerts, sports events, and amusement parks.


Our youth ministry team works together with this purpose:

  1. Embrace every student that visits our church and make them feel loved and accepted.

  2. Expose every student to the gospel message of Jesus Christ in a manner that is both fun and effective.

  3. Encourage every student in their endeavors, whether they are in sports, academics, arts, and most importantly in their Christian walk.

  4. Equip believers to have a strong and deep friendship with Christ.

  5. Challenge every believer to discover their ministry.



What’s Youth Group like at a Cowboy Church? 


Youth group meets every Wednesday night at 6:00 in our NEW YOUTH BARN north of the church.  We begin with a meal followed by activities, games, music, and instruction.   Come as you are, and don't dress might get dirty.  Your friends are always welcome too, so round 'em up and come on!


 "Therefore encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing." 1 Thessalonians 5:11 


Youth Pastor: Dan Jones

Dan Jones was born in Sherman, Texas and grew up in Grayson County.  He attended Whitesboro High School and Texas A&M University – Commerce, graduating with a BS in Ag Business in 1995.  Kelly was born and raised near Greenville, Texas in Hunt County.  Dan and Kelly were married in 1995 and moved to Western Kansas where he worked for a grain company, local farmers, day worked for ranchers and sale barns, and took in wheat pasture and corn stalk cattle for winter grazing.   They also spent some time working on ranches in Arkansas, Wyoming, and SE Kansas.  Dan has also pastored churches in Dodge City and Edna, Kansas, as well as served as youth leader.  Kelly has served as Sunday School teacher, youth and nursery worker, and Dan's best friend and helper.  Kelly also works at David Purczinsky's pediatric dental office in Granbury.  Dan and Kelly have 3 children; Lauren who attends Weatherford College, Tyler and Luke are students at Tolar.

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For more information on TCCC Youth Group please call Dan at 817-279-2470