Dinzel Webb, Pastor

Dinzel joined RBC as pastor in 2009. He previously served at First Baptist Macks Creek, first as associate/youth pastor and later as pastor, and at First Baptist Stover for four years. He left full-time ministry in 2005 to work as a driver for OATS, a position that allowed him to help his wife Diane care for her aging parents. During that time he filled the pulpit on a weekly basis and served in several interim positions. 

Having been on several short-term mission trips, both in the US and abroad, Dinzel is excited to work with a mission-minded church like RBC which supports and encourages hands-on mission involvement. He and his wife Diane go with RBC’s youth and adults on mission trips. He is also excited to see God bringing ministry opportunities through the Baptist Collegiate Ministry, which ministers to students on the Lincoln University campus from all over the US and the world.   

Dinzel and Diane have two sons, Travis and Derek. Travis, his wife Ashley, and their daughter live in Holden, Missouri.  Derek, his wife Gretchen, and their children live  in Pennsylvania.



 Tony Amos, Youth Leader

Tony Amos became the middle school youth leader at RBC in September 2011.  Tony felt right at home; in fact, he was home.  He grew up in the Russellville Baptist Church.  In September 2013 Tony added the high school youth to his responsibilities at RBC.   

Tony’s goal for the RBC youth program is “to build and guide the men and women of tomorrow.  We do this through various Bible studies, group outings, mission projects and mission trips.  We try to provide a safe and fun environment where the youth can come and feel comfortable about learning the Bible and the works that Jesus did during his time on the Earth.”    

Tony is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a degree in Agricultural Systems Management.  Tony’s wife Alicia is a graduate of Hannibal-LaGrange University with a degree in music. 


Doris Weber, Secretary 

Doris Weber is the church secretary who handles the bulletin, website updates, flyers, postcards, mailings and other assignments.   

Before retiring in 2009, Doris taught English for 20 years, the last 13 of which were at Russellville High School.  She and her husband Mark teach the Adult III Sunday school class.  They have two children and six grandchildren.