This pier on Bayou Teche in Louisiana is part of the Sager Brown Depot. Located in Baldwin, the depot ships $7 million worth of supplies and relief kits throughout the world for the United Methodist Committee on Relief. Photo by United Methodist News Service.
If you want to see where ministry and mission converge, the bayou country of Louisiana is the home of the primary U.S. depot for the United Methodist Committee on Relief, where 2,600 volunteers pass through annually to process and ship $7 million worth of supplies and relief kits distributed throughout the world. Located in Baldwin, 90 miles from New Orleans’ strategic seaport, Sager Brown Depot has been a hub of UMCOR missions since Hurricane Andrew hit the Gulf Coast in 1992.
To learn more about UMCOR Sager-Brown Depot and other important United Methodist sites, read here