Father David Scotchie was ordained for the Diocese of Orlando in 1993. He was a parochial vicar at Holy Name of Jesus in Indialantic (1993-1998) and at Sts. Peter and Paul in Winter Park (1998-2004) and at St. Thomas Aquinas in St. Cloud (2004-2006). Then he was pastor at St. Maximilian Kolbe in Avalon Park (2006-2013). While at Sts. Peter and Paul, he was also the campus minister at University of Central Florida (1998-2004). He attended parochial school at St. Mary Magdalen in Altamonte Springs where his family still belongs; and went to Edgewater High School in Orlando, Duke University in North Carolina (B.A. in Physics), the University of Central Florida (M.S. in Human Resources and Change Management), St. Meinrad Seminary in Indiana (Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Studies), and Aquinas Institute in St. Louis (Doctor of Ministry in Preaching).
Fr. Glenn Lopez was ordained on December 9, 1989 in the Philippines as a member of the religious missionary congregation called Society of the Divine Word or SVD (Societas Verbi Divini). From 1990-2004 he ministered in various capacities in the Philippines as a seminary formator, college campus minister, director of the SVD Secretariat for Human Development and parochial vicar in the Archdiocese of Manila. The calling to minister to the sick brought him to the United States in 2005. Since that time until November of 2016 he worked as a hospital chaplain in Washington State (Lourdes Health Network in Pasco) and Los Angeles, California (Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in San Pedro and Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Panorama City). In November of 2016, he joined the Diocese of Orlando in Florida and worked as parochial vicar at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lakeland until his official transfer to Most Precious Blood Catholic Church in Oviedo on June 1, 2019 as parochial vicar.