The United Board of Missions of Port Arthur, Texas began as a small outreach in the mid 1960's with the intention of acting against the effects of poverty in Jefferson County, becoming an official entity in 1969. Originating as a small group of Christians planning and operating from a house, to a large non-profit organization, serving numerous people in and around Jefferson county.
In 1967, the non-profit discovered 5 major social needs of the county that would prompt their first partnerships and actions. The establishments or programs that were created to meet these needs are still represented in today's operation of the United Board of Missions.
Pictured: Original building for the Center for Christian Services, now known as UBM.
The United Board of Missions always loves to see new volunteers. Pictured: The Methodist Temple Youth. We have several individuals or groups that enjoy volunteering with UBM's programs to support their community! Please call the office at 409 962-5661 to see how you can help!
The United Board of Missions always loves to see new volunteers. Pictured: Lawrence from Armor Shred…what a very welcomed sight when he came through the door at United Board of Missions today! Thank You Ray, at Armor Shred, for your support.
Come visit us during our business hours!
6650 9th Avenue, Port Arthur, Texas 77642, United States
09:00 am – 01:00 pm