Staff

 

Steve Cloer
Steve Cloer has been the preaching minister at Southside since August of 2006. He graduated from Harding University with a double major in Bible and Math. Then he went to Harding Graduate School of Religion where he received his Master’s of Divinity in New Testament. He is currently working on his Doctor of Ministry Degree. He is married to Lindsay. She is a former teacher who now stays home with their son and two daughters, Joshua, Bethany and Lydia.

 

 


 

 

Dan Leaf
Dan Leaf is the Local Missions Minister and has been serving at Southside since July of 1998. He graduated from Sunset School of Preaching and from Cornerstone University with a Ph.D. in Christian Psychology. He is married to his wife and co-worker for the Lord, Kathy, who assists him in ministry and also interprets for the deaf. They have two grown sons, Joshua and Stephen and one grandaughter, Grace, daughter of Stephen and Shannon. They, along with their children, served as part of a mission team in Quito, Ecuador between 1989-1994.

 


 

   

Matthew Morgan
Matthew Morgan is the Youth Minister and has been serving at Southside since January of 2008. He has a bachelors degree in history and a Master's in Christian Ministry from Abilene Christian University.  He is married to Lauren. She is a CPA and they have two kids, Will and Reese.

 


 

 

John Scott
John Scott returns to Fort Worth after over two decades of ministry in the Dallas area. John and Teresa, who is Senior VP of Christian Care Center Senior Living Communities, have two grown children and five grandchildren. John has studied at Lipscomb, ACU, and Fuller Theological Seminary. He was on the adjunct faculty of Amberton University for fifteen years teaching religion and psychology courses. He has served on the Board of Trustees of Christian Care Centers and Christian Works for Children. John and Teresa have a special love for seniors. John’s ministry is to help the Southside church grow deeper in devotion and discipleship and be to daily be transformed into the image of the Dear Son.