Pastor Bob Tousey
Pastor Bob is a non denominational Christian Pastor and a graduate of Liberty University's Rawlings School of Divinity. He holds a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry and graduate certificates in Christian Leadership and Pastoral Counseling.
Pastor Bob was Ordained in July of 2001 in the Chapel at Fort Belvoir, Virginia by the late Bishop Thomas Charles Clary. Bishop Clary's Apostolic Succession is derived from the lineage of Matthew and Vilatte.
Prior to his ordination Pastor Bob taught religious education and confirmation preparation classes for almost 10 years.
Since his ordination Pastor Bob has assisted at churches in Maryland & Virginia and served as a Chaplain for Howard County Fire & Rescue. He is actively involved as a volunteer with various ministries at churches in Baltimore, Maryland and at the Helping Up Mission. He has also served as the Faith Commissioner and Chair, of the Governor's Commission on Suicide Prevention. He was appointed by Governor Hogan to this position in 2015 and completed his term in February 2019.
Pastor Bob has published articles on blended families and has been discussed in articles published in both Newsweek and Style magazines. Pastor Bob has also presented workshops through out the United States and Canada on topics such as leadership, marriage preparation and other family related issues. Pastor Bob has served Christian families for over 21 years.
Pastor Bob has taken courses in death notification and has ministered to families after sudden and tragic deaths such as auto accidents and suicide. He is often called upon to serve families at the time of a loved ones death.