Our History

On January 8, 1967, the Oxford Church of God was pioneered by Eugene G. Gray, Jr., and services were held in the Oxford Grange Hall. The church was officially organized by the State Overseer, Paul T. Stover, on March 17, 1967. At that time, Emory Howard Smith was appointed as pastor. In 1978, the congregation purchased land and built a 40 x 60 foot sanctuary. Pastor Smith served faithfully until he passed away in 1988. At that time, W. A. Davis appointed Roger Moore as pastor.

To meet the needs of the community, the Divine Sent Food Cupboard was established in the Fall of 2003. To make the Food Cupboard more accessible to clients, a separate building was erected on the grounds of the Oxford Church of God. A second building was added to help meet the needs of the community. With a team of volunteers, they have been serving our community ever since.

Roger Moore served faithfully until he passed away in 2015. At that time, Kenneth Bell appointed Donna Moore as pastor.

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