Reverend Bryan K Dalco is a native of Beaumont, TX and experienced the transforming call to ministry over twenty-two years ago through the strong influences of the Holy Spirit. He has been actively engaged in working through the call of God on his life in broad and diverse areas of ministry.
Pastor Dalco was ordained Elder in 2002 and has served for over fourteen years in the Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church wherein he received his ordinance. He has served in pastoral leadership for numerous churches throughout Texas including appointments at Union Memorial/Rocky United Methodist Church, Thompson Chapel United Methodist Church and Abundant Life United Methodist Church. He has also served on the Board of Ordained Ministry in the Central Texas Conference, the Board of Directors for Glen Lake Camp, and the District Missions Leadership Team. Over the years his work has received numerous social and civic acknowledgements in the communities where he served.
In January 2006, Pastor Dalco relocated to Houston, Texas where he worked as an Executive in the nonprofit sector. In this capacity, he led and managed the overall operations of two organizations to help positively impact the Houston community through programs initiatives focused on homelessness and education. During this time, Pastor Dalco also served as a Supply Pastor in the Texas Annual Conference at St. Paul/Oakwood Union United Methodist Church in Palestine, TX. In June of 2008, Pastor Dalco was appointed to Trinity East UMC, where he effectively helped to revitalize an historic African American Church through spiritual and physical renewal.
Pastor Dalco, currently serves under appointment in the Central Texas Annual Conference, leading One Fellowship Church, a new church start that developed out of the merger of Bracks United Methodist Church and Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Waco, TX. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from Prairie View A&M University in 1990 and went on to earn his Master of Divinity Degree from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University in 2000. He is also the proud father of four childen, Brandon, Justin, Jade and Bryanna.