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We seek to address the spiritual needs of the entire family: children, teenagers, and adults. 

We desire to share the love of Christ by being a warm and friendly group where any person can learn about God. 

We encourage people to study the Bible and do what the Bible says. 

We believe that a person can know God’s will by simply reading the Bible. 

And that the Bible is complete in itself with teachings that are applicable today. 

And from the Bible we desire to share the simple truth of God’s word to every person. 

We do only what the Bible says nothing more, nothing less. For example, worship is conducted by examples in the New Testament, with singing praises to God without the use of musical instruments. 

We desire the salvation of every soul. We do not belong to any denomination, organization, religious group, or convention. 

We are completely independent from all "churches" or denominations, we only have common values with other congregations if they also follow the same principals found in the Bible. 

To put it in simple terms, we are Christians, those that follow in Christ and practice what he teached.

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Current Status

Current Progress for the Church of Christ at Oshkosh Administrative/Technical: Website built with Google Blogger.  Registered domains oshkoshchurch.com & oshkosh.church  Registered with Google My Business  Registered with Google Analytics  Registered Twitter account  Created mailing list signup  Created text mailing list signup  PayPal donation Phone number Logo & Banner for online  Legal:  Obtained IRS Employer Identification Number (EIN)  Filed with the Wisconsin DFI 102 Nonstock Corporation  Obtained the Wisconsin Certificate of Status  Pending/work in progress: Legal Charter  501c3 filing* Building location * According the United States IRS, "Churches and religious organizations, like many other charitable organizations, qualify for exemption from federal income tax under IRC Section 501(c)(3) and are generally eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions."      Source:  https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p1828.pdf (page 6)

The Modern Church

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