The Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church will open a Texas Annual Conference Mission Depot at 3765 N. Loop 336 E., Conroe, by September. The depot will house the conference's disaster relief supplies used to aid area residents in states of emergency. It will act as a central storage, collection and training facility for the conference.
Coming Soon: Texas Annual Conference Mission Depot
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