Remnant House is a non-denominational church known for faith, prayer, love, family and spirit filled living for Jesus. It is our mission to take Jesus to people, bring them into His family, make them disciples with teaching and training and send them out to reach others. LOVE GOD and LOVE PEOPLE
God has given us the vision of FREEDOM for ourselves
and the city we live in. Jesus is the answer to anxiety, depression, unforgiveness, anger, fear, loneliness, sickness, disease, rejection, and much, much, more.
The Spirit of the Lord God has taken control of me! The LORD has chosen and sent me to tell the oppressed the good news, to heal the brokenhearted and to announce freedom for the prisoners and captives. The LORD has sent me to comfort those who mourn. He sent me to give them flowers in place of their sorrow, olive oil in place of tears, and joyous praise in place of broken hearts. Then they will rebuild cities that have been in ruins for many generations.”
— Isaiah 61
Rod and Sheila Stutzman
Lead Pastors and Founders
R_House began as Prosser Community Church in 1999 in the gymnasium of a middle school by Rod and Sheila Stutzman. It was officially changed to Remnant House in 2019 as it moved into a new building, which was formerly a nursing home. But through Pastor Rod's vision and the work of countless supporters throughout the community, what you now see as you enter these doors, is a beautiful place to worship, learn, and serve!
Sadly, Rod Stutzman, beloved husband, father, and pastor, passed away on October 7, 2020. Remnant House, Pastor Rod's vision and inspiration, has grieved the loss of a great leader and a better friend.
Sheila continues to minister at Remnant House, perseveringly continuing to see their vision come to fruition.
Remnant House has persevered as a warm and welcoming worship community. We honor his memory by giving our community a place of worship that is not just a church, we are a family.
Rich and his family have been an integral part of R_House (PCC) for many years, supporting Pastor Rod and Sheila in the growth and development of the church. Known as the guy who climbed Mt. Rainier, he is also a teacher in Grandview.