Rev. Dr. Charley Reeb
727-381-2499 ext. 212
Dr. Charley Reeb is the Senior Pastor at Pasadena Community Church. “Pastor Charley,” as he is commonly known around Pasadena, is a native of Atlanta. He is best known for his passionate Bible-based preaching, his bright red hair and his spirit-lifting laugh.
Before coming to PCC, he was pastor of Tuskawilla United Methodist Church in Orlando, Florida. He has previously served churches in Lakeland and Plant City, Florida, Atlanta and Athens, Georgia. His early work included serving as a chaplain and devotional speaker for the Georgia Senate.
Reeb’s work has appeared in Preaching and Circuit Rider magazines, and he has been a featured preacher on the national radio program Day 1 (formerly known as The Protestant Hour). He is also a contributing writer to the “Feasting on the Word” commentary series.
Reeb received a bachelor’s degree from Florida Southern College, a Masters of Divinity from Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and a Doctor of Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary.
He is the author of two books, One Heaven of a Party and Seven Wonders of the Faith: Answers to Our Most Troubling Questions.
Charley is married to Brandy Reeb. They love their Jack Russell terrier P.J. Charley is an accomplished golfer and Brandy plays a competitive game of tennis.
Watch Charley on the internationally syndicated radio show Day One as Charley explains his connection to the founding minister of PCC, J. Wallace Hamilton.
Rev. Sidney Tompkins
Minister of Discipleship
727-381-2499 ext 205
Rev. Sidney Tompkins is an ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church and a licensed Mental Health Counselor. Rev. Sidney’s first assignments at PCC included Christian Counseling and congregational care. Now her primary responsibilities include overseeing PCC’s education ministries in addition to her pastoral duties. She can frequently be found making hospital, nursing home and home health rounds. She leads a weekly Bible Study class and every year leads an acclaimed sexuality class for fifth grade children and their parents, which PCC has hosted for more than two decades.
Sidney has a Master’s degree in Counseling from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and completed her theological studies at Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois.
Before moving to St Pete with her family in 1998, Sidney ran a private psychotherapy practice off Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee where she specialized in marriage and family therapy, infertility counseling and she taught stress management classes for Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.
Sidney is married to Al Tompkins, a writer and teacher. Their children MeiLin and Jacob Tompkins have grown up at PCC.