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Tim Bromhead

My name is Tim Bromhead, and I am the Pastor at Chapel By The Sea. We are excited that you are here and hope that you will find what you need. Whether it is a sermon that touches your life or an event that helps you socialize with other believers, we hope you will get involved. Below is a little history about myself and how I landed here.

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My Story

Pastor Timothy G. Bromhead, an Ocean City native, was involved in many high school sports, including football, baseball, swimming, and track. He was also involved in Student Council and several other clubs. After graduating in 1984, Timothy attended Liberty University and Philadelphia College of Bible.

When Timothy returned to Ocean City, he started the Son Servants Handyman business, primarily serving the elderly residents with affordable work. Timothy was a Police Officer for the City of Ocean City for 20 years and is now retired. He was the owner and operator of T & M Monkey Bread which had three locations in OC for ten years. He was on staff at Calvary Chapel OC/Coastal Christian for four years. Timothy is currently the pastor at Chapel By The Sea on 55th and Asbury Streets in OC.  He has pastored there for over seven years. 

In years past, Timothy has also participated in many local ministries serving the community of Ocean City.  He was the Youth Director at First Presbyterian Church in OC for four years. He started Overcomers Men’s Ministry, which met bi-monthly, ministering to men in the city. Timothy ministered for 31 years as the Area Director with Young Life, a non-denominational, international student ministry that worked with hundreds of teenagers in OC. 

Timothy served on the OC Tabernacle Board of Trustees as the youth liaison to the city.  He served on student ministries projects, such as live Nativity scenes, live Easter scenes, parade floats, assisted in starting the Son Club, and helped design the Kull Youth Center. He served for 16 years.  Timothy founded and led Son City Ministry for nine years.  This group worked with many student ministries in OC and purchased the Ark Retreat Center (a 32 bedroom guesthouse) at 632 Wesley Avenue.  This building functioned as a retreat center for Christian groups and a local youth hangout with weekly programs such as Young Life and Christian Surfers, to name a few. Timothy was assistant pastor at Green Tree Ministry in EHT for four years. He is presently involved in a National Police Organization of Police Chaplains, which provides chaplain ministry to local police departments.

​Timothy is married to Amy, has seven children, and has a few grandchildren. He resides in Marmora, NJ.

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