• Welcome to RothburyCC

    Becoming committed followers of Jesus Christ.
  • Sunday Worship

    9:30am to 11:00am every Sunday.
  • Sunday Bible Classes

    11:00am to 12:00pm every Sunday.
  • Wednesday Night Youth

    Awana (K-5th) & Junior High starts at 6:00pm.
    Senior High starts at 7:30pm.

Contact Us

Here's how to get in touch.

Phone: (231) 893-4965
Fax: (231) 893-4270
Email: office@rothburycommunity.com

Address:
2500 W Winston Rd
PO Box 303
Rothbury, Michigan 49452

About RothburyCC

We exist to glorify God

Our Purpose

RothburyCC exists to glorfy God through equipping believers, edifying the church, evangelizing the world, and exalting the Lord in all things. (Matthew 28:18-20; 1 Peter 2:9-10).

Equipping

Preaching the Word, Teaching the Word, Applying the Word

Edifying

Connecting people with the Body, Activating people to do ministry, Serving one another

Evangelizing

Living righteously, Building relationships, Communicating the Gospel

Exalting God

A pure heart, A faithful walk, Corporate worship

Our Pillars

  • Centered on the Truth (2 Timothy 4:2)
  • Confidence in Prayer (Ephesians 6:18)
  • Caring about People (Galatians 6:10)
  • Committed to Holiness (1 Peter 1:15)
  • Called to Serve (Galatians 6:7)
  • Controlled by God’s Spirit (Epheasians 5:18; Galatians 5:22)
  • Connecting and Sharing the Gospel with non-believers (Matthew 28:19-20)

Our Leadership Team

James Enns

James Enns

Senior Pastor

It has been my privilege to be part of the RothburyCC family since 1988. I was Youth Pastor for the first 12 years and since have been Sr. Pastor. What a wonderful responsibility it is to study and bring the Word of God to God’s people each week.

Bryan Wolff

Bryan Wolff

Pastor of Student Ministries

I attended and graduated from The Master’s Seminary. Since 2009 I have lead the youth program and children ministries here at RothburyCC and I look forward to what the Lord has in store for us as a church family as we continue to serve Him.

Elders:

  • Larry Jancek
  • Dick Paxson
  • David Wilson
  • James Enns (Senior Pastor)
  • Bryan Wolff (Pastor of Student Ministries)

Deacons:

  • Todd Bartlett
  • Jeff Bays
  • Chad Carlson
  • Bill O’Connell
  • Jay Goodrich
  • Jerry Kroll
  • David Rakosky
  • Brent Raeth
  • Chad Seaver
  • Jake Seaver

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Ministires

Get involved in the ministries here at RothburyCC.

Children's Ministry

Our goal is to provide God-centered, Bible-saturated, gospel-focused instruction that displays the glorious character and work of God. Although we work with children, our desire is to serve you, the parent.

LIFE Groups Ministry

Our goal is to provide God-centered, Bible-saturated, gospel-focused instruction that displays the glorious character and work of God. Although we work with children, our desire is to serve you, the parent.

Missions Ministry

Rothbury Community Church is dedicated to spreading the good news of Christ in our local communities and around the world. The RCC body supports many missionaries through prayer and finances:

Men's Ministry

The purpose of RCC men’s ministry is to help the men of our church become disciples – men who are called to walk with Christ, equipped to live like Christ, and sent to work for Christ for His glory (2 Timothy 3:15-17)

Woman's Ministry

The Women’s Ministry of Rothbury Community Church exists to equip and assist women to understand and apply God’s Word to their lives in regard to biblical womanhood.

Student Ministry

The purpose of RCC student ministries is to come alongside parents in the discipleship of their teenagers by teaching and encouraging students to be committed followers of Jesus Christ.

Senior Ministry

If you are over the age of 55, you are invited to join us for our monthly Forever Young Luncheon and our biweekly Senior LIFE Group.

What We Believe

This is what we believe about God, Jesus, and more.

Bible

We believe the Bible to be the complete Word of God, that the 66 books, as originally written, comprising the Old and New Testaments, are verbally inspired by the Holy Spirit of God and were entirely free from error. – 2 Timothy 3:16

God

We believe in one God who is personal and self existent, Creator of all things, infinitely perfect in all His attributes and eternally existing in three equal persons: The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit. -2 Corinthians 13:14

Christ

We believe in the absolute and essential deity of Jesus Christ who, in becoming a man, did not cease to be God. He eternally existed with the Father and agreed to become a man, die on the cross, and rise bodily from the grave to satisfy the demands of His Holy Father. -John 1:14 / Philippians 2:5-8

The Holy Spirit

We believe in the Holy Spirit who is God in every respect. He convicts the world of sin, indwells born again Christians, as well as seals, comforts, teaches, empowers, fills and guides all believers in all truth. -John 16:13-14 / John 14:16-17

Satan

We believe in the existence of Satan as the originator of sin and the archenemy of God. A a spirit being, he leads his demonic forces in continual attack upon the people of God and purposes of God. -1 Peter 5:8

Salvation

We believe all people are born sinful, are eternally separated from God and cannot earn their way to heaven. But salvation is provided by God, through Christ, as a free gift to all who repent of their sin and put their faith in the person and work of Christ on the cross, His death was a payment for our sin and the basis of our forgiveness and eternal life. Romans 6:23

The Church

We believe the true Church is composed of all who through faith in Christ have become children of God. The true Church is manifested in specific locations called local churches in which Christ is the head. The local church exists to glorify God through the fulfillment of the Great COmmission. -Ephesians 5:23-25 / 1 Corinthians 12:12

Our Church History

Early in the 1940’s a group of people began holding Sunday School in the Township Hall. Later, they were given the opportunity to use the church building just east of U.S. 31 on Winston Road. After some time, it was decided to buy the building. Mrs. Mildred Longnecker and Mrs. Esther Clements were instrumental in collecting enough donations to purchase the building on February 21, 1946.

Church services were added to the Sunday School and as the congregation grew many people of the church provided the labor that was needed to raise the facility through its various stages to where it stands today.

In the spring of 1981, the decision to build a new building was made. Work began at the present site in July 1981 with the first services being held on March 7, 1982. Various expansion programs have continued through the years including the 1993 expansion of the sanctuary, the addition of the Youth Room and offices and the addition of two classrooms off the sanctuary.

Currently, a new addition is near completion. This addition includes classrooms, a new youth center and offices.

In that first church, there were neither pews, nor electric lights. During the cold Michigan winters, the building was heated by means of a pot-bellied stove, but the warmth of Christian love and fellowship was burning in the hearts of that early assembly of believers and a commitment to truth that continues to this day.

For all this, and much more, we praise the Lord!

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