Staff

Say hello to the leadership team at the Vero Beach Church

Meet our leadership

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Tracy Moore - Preaching Minister

Tracy Moore came to faith at an early age and made a decision to follow Jesus at a Bible camp in Alabama, where he was baptized. Tracy has been in ministry for over 25 years, serving congregations in Alabama, Tennessee and Florida. He's passionate about understanding God's book left to humankind. Not just understanding the stories, but also what they tell us about God; a creator who loves us and seeks desperately to rescue us and be in our lives. Tracy and his wife have been married for 25+ years. Together they have three sons, one daughter and one daughter-in-law. Tracy has been involved in the girls softball community for several years - sometimes as a coach and other times as dad. Tracy is a huge Elvis fan! He used to visit Graceland once each year. He says if their last child had been another boy, his wife was going to let him name the child Elvis! So glad they finally had a baby girl! He also had a dog named Elvis at one time.

"No one will ever love you more than Jesus." - Tracy

Payton Minzenmayer - Associate Minister

Payton Minzenmayer came to faith at the age of 16. He was baptized in a hotel pool at 2am! Payton served as a Campus Minister and Connections Minister in Oklahoma before joining Vero Beach Church as the Associate/Young Life Minister. Payton is passionate about working out, reading books and scuba diving with his wife. He and his wife were married in 2014 and are the proud parents of three pets. Payton is a leader in the local non-profit, Youth for Christ, and is continually building relationships between church and community. Currently he is learning how to play the piano. He's owned one for several years, but just recently decided to actually learn to play it.

"God is good all the time." - Payton

Joe Wild - Spiritual Shepherd

Joe Wild was baptized at the Call Street Church while he was in law school at FSU. He's been worshiping and working with Vero Beach Church since 1982, he is currently serving as an Elder. Joe believes that strong families of faith will honor God and make a difference in our community. He married Glenda, the girl next door and together, they have five wonderful children. Joe recently retired after serving as County Judge for 30 years. He is currently a board member for Harding University and Mt. Dora Christian Academy. Joe loves to host breakfasts featuring crepes with orange sauce, which is from an old family recipe. Sounds yummy!!

"Jesus is life, and His life is the light of men." - John 1:4

Mike McGee - Spiritual Shepherd

Mike McGee was baptized and joined the church in 2004 after relocating from Delaware. He and his wife, Susan, are active members of the church and love to serve in different capacities where needed. Mike has been an elder since 2015 and was a deacon previous to that.

"We want to help you build a relationship with God, not just with a church." - Mike

Ladell Young - Spiritual Shepherd

Ladell Young came to faith in 1995 after being invited to a bible study and was baptized the same night as his wife Cassandra. He's been involved in ministry in Indian River County for over 20 years, serving as a youth minister, song leader and bible teacher. Currently Ladell serves as an Elder at Vero Beach Church. He is passionate about studying and learning God's plan of salvation. He has been married to his lovely wife since 1992, they have two sons, a daughter and four grandchildren. After 27 years of law enforcement service Ladell retired from the Indian River County Sheriff's Office as Lieutenant. He has served on the board of several local non-profit organizations and has coached youth sports for over 20 years. Ladell loves to sing and once performed in the musical Grease at the Riverside Theatre.

“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.” - Romans 5:13