Plymouth Church has a long history in Oshkosh. Plymouth Church was established before the city of Oshkosh was incorporated in 1853. Nine Welsh immigrants met in a home on South Main Street on December 19, 1849 to first organize the church. Church worship was then held in a schoolhouse on the south side of Oshkosh. The church was first organized to “uphold the gospel of Jesus Christ”.
Today, Plymouth Church still holds true to that belief as a Bible believing church that seeks to bring the gospel through blended music and sound Biblical teaching. With over 175 people attending weekly worship services, the Plymouth Church congregation has a wide range of ages and generations. The youth ministry is a diverse group of 35 students with a church and unchurched background.
As one of the flourishing communities in Northeast Wisconsin, Oshkosh is a growing city with a population of over 66,000.
Four distinct seasons, dynamic and diverse employers, as well as active and safe communities are just a few of the many reasons why so many people choose to call Northeast Wisconsin home. Northeast Wisconsin features Fortune 500 companies, growing communities with modern accommodations and newly constructed homes, top tier colleges, accessible and award-winning healthcare, performing arts, live music, and every outdoor and indoor hobby you can imagine.
Oshkosh alone has two public high schools and two private high schools. The University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh, the third-largest university in the state, is also located in Oshkosh. Higher education is also served by a campus of the Fox Valley Technical College.
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The opportunity to serve the people of Oshkosh, through Christ, is plentiful and rewarding