Timothy R. Moore
Office: 757-686-2160 Cell: 757-434-7338
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Chaplain Moore was born in Augusta, GA. He was
raised in Anderson, SC and later in Oklahoma City, OK. He earned a Bachelor
of Arts in Religion from Southwestern Christian University, in Bethany, OK.
He fulfilled requirements for post-graduate level studies from Asbury
Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY and Graduate School, Southwestern
Christian University. Chaplain Moore served as a Social Worker and
Houseparent at Falcon Children’s Home in Falcon, NC from 1989 until 1994. He
was selected to serve his alma mater, Southwestern Christian University, as
Dean of Students from 1994 until 1999. In the spring of 1999, Moore applied
to the United States Navy as a commissioned officer in pursuit of a long
held dream of becoming a military Chaplain.
Commissioned on 24 May 1999 as a Lieutenant (Junior Grade), Moore reported to Basic Course at Naval Chaplains School in Newport, RI on 07 June 1999. Upon completion of Chaplain School he reported aboard USS ARCTIC (AOE-8) on 05 September 1999 while the ship was deployed in the Mediterranean. Moore was promoted to Lieutenant in July 2000 and served as the last chaplain assigned to USS ARCTIC, completing her “Final Voyage” from April – November 2001 during Operation Enduring Freedom. Chaplain Moore reported to Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily as Staff Chaplain in January 2002 and served the community until January 2005. Chaplain Moore reported to Second Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Air Control Group 28, Cherry Point, NC and was deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 04-06. Moore earned his Chaplain Fleet Marine Force Qualified Officer pin (FMFQO) in March 2007 and was promoted to Lieutenant Commander on 01 August 2007.
CDR Moore reported to Naval Submarine Support Command, Pearl Harbor Hawaii in October 2007. He serves as Command Chaplain for NSSC serving sixteen Fast Attack LOS ANGELES Class Submarines, two VIRGINIA Class Submarines, three Squadron staffs and their dependents.
Chaplain Moore’s personal decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal (two awards), Navy Achievement Medal (three awards), Iraqi Campaign Medal (FMF), and both the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals. He is married to the former Pamela Joy Sizemore of London, KY and the proud father of four beautiful children, Jessica 20, Isaac 19, Emily 17 and Joseph, 4 years. Moore has volunteered with the Boy Scouts of America in Sicily and Cherry Point, NC. He enjoys playing softball, volleyball, golf and fishing; however, he’s okay at volleyball, worse at softball, a lousy golfer and refuses to discuss his fishing abilities (or lack thereof).
CREDO (NORFOLK) NAVY REGION MID-ATLANTIC Retreats/Workshops For Calendar Year 2013
All retreats are free, including room and meals. All CREDO retreats are open to all active duty military and their immediate family members, and members of reserve components in an active status and their immediate family members.
Please view the back page for a short description of all retreats. All retreats are held Friday to Sunday unless otherwise noted.
Pre-registration is required; call 757-444-7654/1091 to register or for information.
Personal Growth Retreat: JUN 25-27, AUG 23-25, 2013
Marriage Enrichment Retreat: MAY 3-5, JUN 7-9, JUL 19-21, AUG 9-11, SEP 6-8, 2013
Family Enrichment Retreat: MAY 17-19, JUL 26-28, 2013
Women’s Retreat: APR 23-25, 2013
Personal Growth Workshops (BEARINGS) Per BEARING’s schedule
*Retreat Registration Commences 45 Days Prior to the Retreat*
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