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Tony & Rhonda Doehrmann
Originally from Northwestern Ohio, Tony worked as a department supervisor at a local business until following a call to ministry in 2006. After graduating from Hesston College’s Pastoral Ministries program in 2008, he began serving at Jubilee Mennonite Church. Rhonda worked as an Obstetric-Gynecologic Nurse Practitioner and later joined a Midwifery Practice in Central Ohio. Currently she is employed as a Registered Nurse at a local high school. Together, Tony and Rhonda have six children and three grandchildren. In addition to spending time with family, they enjoy riding bicycle together, ballroom dancing, reading, and cooking.
Debbie has volunteered as administrative assistant at Jubilee since January 2011. She also serves as one of the congregation’s pianists and worship leaders.
One of Debbie’s passions is baking with yeast doughs, and from early May through mid-October she sells her own baked goods at the Saint Paris Farmers Market. She also enjoys writing poetry and reading, as well as singing and playing music with friends.
A native of Indiana, Pennsylvania, Debbie earned degrees in English and in Church Music from schools in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky. She works as office manager for her husband Chris’s environmental law firm, Van Kley & Walker, LLC, in Dayton.
She and Chris live with their four-footed friend Mr. Andy Catlett in a log cabin on wooded acreage in rural western Champaign County.
Recent Blog Posts
Lessons and reflections from our Pastors.
Sunday, September 24: MWC Peace Sunday Sunday school for all ages @ 9:30. Pastor Tony leads the adult class in taking a closer look at the Doctrine of Discovery. Worship @ 10:45. Pastor Tony’s message: The Need to Avoid. Text: Matt. 11:28-30; Mark 4:35-41. Worship...
Jesus models the best framework for mission in His ministry. Important figures such as Peter, Stephen, Paul, and others demonstrated how they lived out their faith by following Jesus' example. Pastor Tony's sermons in May come from the book of Acts and take a closer...