our pastors


    Senior Pastor

    Email David

    David Dorn II is originally from the Mississippi Gulf Coast where he grew up as a life long Methodist. In 2009 he graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor’s degree in History. From there David moved to Kentucky to attend Asbury Theological Seminary where in 2013 where he earned his Masters of Divinity. 


    While in seminary, David founded The Pursuit Blog and the Preposterous Project ministries on YouTube where he accrued over a million views. He is author of two books, Reclaiming Anger and Under Wraps Youth Study from Abingdon Press. He is co-author of the video Bible study It Is Finished available exclusively on RightNowMedia.com. 


    David was appointed as the Senior Pastor at Faith Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas in June of 2020. Previously, David served as an associate pastor at Marvin Methodist Church in Tyler, TX and The Woodlands Methodist Church in The Woodlands, TX. 


    David also serves as a Circuit Presiding Elder in the Eastern Texas Conference of the Global Methodist Church. 


    He is married to the love of his life, Aimee, since 2010 and together they have three daughters: Magen, Hali and Ava Grace along with two grandsons, Konnor and Keaton. 


    In his down time, David loves to spend time with family and is an avid film enthusiast, golfer and vintage toy collector.


    Executive Pastor

    Email RaMona

    A lifelong Methodist, RaMona was born in Oklahoma and got to Texas as quickly as she could at the age of three! She has remained a Texan and attended school in Houston and Sealy where she graduated high school. Prior to moving to Sealy with her parents, RaMona attended church and was active in all things youth at Bellaire United Methodist church and continued to participate in the youth group at Sealy United Methodist.

    After high school, RaMona attended Blinn Junior College, Wharton County Junior College and finally received her Bachelors in Secondary Education at Prairie View A & M University and became a math teacher in Fort Bend ISD. She also taught in Alief ISD and continued her career as an educator becoming an instructional specialist and an administrator. RaMona spent five years in Lamar CISD as an Assistant Principal and then went on to train educators from across the state while working as an Education Specialist at Region 4 Education Service Center. Finally, after 17 years out of the classroom, RaMona went back to work with students teaching 8th and 9th graders Algebra and Geometry.

    As an adult, RaMona continued attending and actively participating in the churches she attended. At Christ United Methodist church in Sugar Land, Texas, she was part of the hand bell choir and church choir. Additionally, she was a Sunday School teacher and a Stephen Minister. After she and her husband Chris moved to Fulshear, they transferred their membership to Faith United Methodist Church where RaMona continued as a choir member, Stephen Minister and Sunday School teacher.

    In 2014, RaMona was invited to attend the Walk to Emmaus retreat and during this walk was when she realized her call to ministry. From that point, she took classes and continued to discern the best way to serve God in ministry. In the summer of 2020, RaMona retired from her career in public education and received her first appointment as a Licensed Local Pastor at Faith Methodist Church.

Our Staff

We exist to connect people with

the grace of jesus.

We belong to God, to each other and to this community.  We believe in grace, hope and life eternal.  We believe that the good news of Jesus is for everyone and changes everything.  All that we do is done to connect people to the life-changing love God revealed and offered in Jesus.

Our Vision

We at Faith Church see our community growing in number and depth. We see generations gathering together to eat, laugh, learn and worship. We see committed followers of Jesus alongside people who are curious about God. We see people moving from being receivers to sharers of grace, from being blessed to being a blessing, from watching to worshiping, from passive to active discipleship. We see a church focused on the impact God calls it to have on individuals, families and the community.