• Andrew Eaton, Elder

    Andrew is grateful to call Lexington home.  As a proud University of Kentucky alum, he has a desire to see revival happen on the campus and within the city he loves!  Prior to being one of the elders of Commonwealth City Church, Andrew served as a student pastor at Hillvue Heights Church and Hope Community Church and completed an M.Div from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Now as a church planter, he is committed to shepherding work at Commonwealth and the development and mobilization of young leaders to play a vital role in their generation and for the Kingdom of God! 


  • Curt Vernon, Elder

  • Brian Bacelieri, Elder

    Brian Bacelieri has been blessed to see God take a vision, that started in the hearts of a few over 15 years ago, and transform that into what is now known as Commonwealth City Church.  In that time God has awakened a hunger and a thirst in him to see a unified community of believers set ablaze for the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Even more specifically, God has given him a desire to equip and train families to have a big view of God and the gospel for the sake of raising the next generation of passionate Christ followers.  Brian has been married to his lovely wife, Paige, for almost 12 years and their quiver has been filled with four children: Elijah (9), Eliana (8), Elora (6), and Elise (3).  In addition to serving the local church, he enjoys the outdoors, playing basketball, and woodworking, as well as a good home reno project.  

  • Butch Vernon, Elder

    Butch has been a church planter for over 30 years. After planting Thoroughbred Community Church 17 years ago, he stepped out of the pastorate 4 years ago to travel, teaching Bible storying for Simply The Story to the 85% of the world who needs to, or prefers to learn from ways other than reading. He currently serves as the Latin American Liaison for Simply The Story as well as being an Elder at Commonwealth and PopPop to 5 incredible grandchildren. He and his wife Pam celebrate 40 years of marriage this year.

  • Steve Moore, Elder

    Steve came to faith in Christ at the age of 12 and felt God's leading into vocational ministry when he was 18. He has been on staff in different pastoral and support staff capacities for over 35 years. He loves spending time with his wife Beth, his four grown children and their spouses. He has a passion to serve God by seeing where God is at work and joining Him there.  Steve currently serves Christ in marketplace ministry through real estate investing and business. He is an advocate for missional living,  authentic community and serving the Body of Christ.