Meet The Pastors
Pastor Timothy Plemmons and Mrs. Tabitha Plemmons
with their daughters Carrighan and Charlotte
Pastor Plemmons received Christ as his Saviour as an adult and was baptized by the authority of New Testament Baptist Church. He felt God was calling him to preach and he took much time in searching the scriptures with prayer and the Lord confirmed this holy calling in his life, and he was ordained by the authority of Platteville Baptist Church.
He attended Oxford Baptist Institute in Oxford, Mississippi, Missionary Baptist Seminary in Little Rock, Arkansas and Great Plains Baptist University, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and currently he holds a Doctorate of Religious Education from Great Plains Baptist Divinity School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
He has served as Sunday school teacher, nursing home ministry preacher, assistant in the jail ministry, Vacation Bible School director, Teen Group Leader, Song leader, Chaplain with the Civil Air Patrol Auxiliary, Chaplain with the Minot Police Department, Bible Institute Professor, Church Planter, Assistant Pastor, and Pastor.
Mrs. Plemmons received the Lord as her personal Saviour, July of 2002 while living in Australia. She leads the Ladies bible studies and Ladies classes and is passionate about encouraging women in the work of the Lord. Before she married Pastor Timothy Plemmons she worked as a Crisis Intervention Counsellor and Social Worker with a domestic abuse shelter. She holds a MA in Behavioral Sciences through courses with the State Of South Dakota and Great Plains Baptist University in Sioux Falls, SD. She has given her life to the work of the ministry in support of her husband, her children and their ministry together.
God moved Pastor and his family to Marshall Baptist Church in April of 2019 to be co-pastor along-side Pastor Tom Rose, until Pastor Timothy Plemmons was installed as Senior Pastor of Marshall Baptist Church May 17th, 2020.
Pastor Tom Rose and Mrs. Charlotte Rose
Pastor Rose was born, October 14th, 1939. He graduated from Holly High School in June of 1957. He enlisted in the US Marine Corps in July of 1957 and retired in August of 1977 as chief Warrant Officer - 3. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. He was born again into the family of God, September 4th, 1974. He attended Maranatha Baptist Bible College and graduated with a Bachelor Science in 1979 and began working on a Masters’ degree. He pastored in Emmitsburg, Georgia, Victory Baptist Church. There he had a weekly radio program, helped to start a Christian School, taught in the Christian School and ran the bus ministry. He pastored in New Testament Baptist Church, Columbus, Wisconsin for 9 1/2 years. There he helped to start a Christian day school grades K-12, a Bible institute, ½ -hour radio program, nursing home ministry, Sunday and Wednesday services.
He was then Associate Pastor of Empire Baptist Temple along-side of Dr. Ron Tottingham as Senior Pastor. At Empire Baptist temple he was the Headmaster of the Academy, taught in the Bible college, termed as Dean of the college, was a Chaplain to the South Dakota State Penitentiary, County Jail, McCrossan Boys Ranch, Assistant Treasurer, and sang the lead in the Temple-Heirs gospel quartet. He received a Masters of Religious Education and a Doctorate of Ministry from Great Plains Baptist college and seminary.
He was sent out of Dakota Baptist Church, of Minot, North Dakota to plant a church in Marshall, Wisconsin in 2006. He was widowed in January of 2007 but continued with a heavy heart in the work that God had called him to do and Marshall Baptist Church was planted.
The Lord brought into his life Charlotte Mosbacher whom he married January of 2010. They are serving the Lord Jesus at Marshall Baptist Church under Pastor Timothy Plemmons.
Mrs. Charlotte Rose was saved March 17th, 1974, in Michigan. Before marrying Pastor Rose, she had been widowed twice while serving in the ministry, as Pastor's wife and as a Missionary's wife. While in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, she was involved in Child Evangelism Fellowship for two years. During church ministry years, she was involved as a church pianist, Sunday school teacher and taught a Ladies Bible study at Hillside Baptist Temple. She also was the secretary, supervisor, and assistant principal at Hillside Christian Academy for 19 years. After being widowed, and although she was grieving, she stayed faithful to the service of the Lord and moved to Lansing, MI, and worked with Parker Memorial Baptist Church in their Christian School for one year as Learning Center supervisor for grades 4-12. She was a Missionary's wife in Canada for 7 1/2 years. She and her husband had the Jewish ministry in Toronto Baptist Church. In 2005 she was widowed again.
She has a Master of Arts in Education Administration from Great Plains Baptist University.
She continues to serve the Lord with her husband Pastor Tom Rose at Marshall Baptist Church as pianist, Sunday school teacher and leading the youth choir.
Pastor and Mrs. Rose have a 'legacy testimony' of lives spent devoted to the Lord in faith and ministry even amidst heavy grief and loss. We at Marshall Baptist Church couldn’t ask for a sweeter or more godly couple as Associate Pastor and wife.