The station is now managed by the Congregation of St. Theresa. At first the station was visited by priests from Jodhpur who ministered to the Catholics who were working in the service of the Raja at Bikaner. Later the Raja helped the Christian community to build a Church. Fr. Joachim Coelho was the first resident Priest. In 1965 land was bought for the school and the school was opened by Fr. Cedric Fernandez and Fr. Cyriac Vally. Later the Mission Sisters of Ajmer also started a school there. In 1987 the school and the parish were handed over to the C.S.T. Fathers.
The station is managed by the CST Fathers. In the year 1991 the land was purchased by the CST Fathers in order to build a school, Church and a convent. In the year 2000 the school was opened. In the same year SABS sisters started a convent there. Fr. Augustine Thekkel was the first resident priest.
The station is managed by CST Fathaers. Rt. Rev. Dr. Ignatius Menezes, Bishop of Ajmer granted permission to the CST Fathers to open an ashram at Hanumangarh on 24th May, 1994. The Ashram was inaugurated on 14th March, 1999. Land was bought for a school and convent in 1997. Fr. Sebastian Kalapura, C.S.T. and F.C.C. Sisters started residing in a rented building and opened a school. Now the school and the convent have their own building in the purchased land. The S.C.T. Provincialate of the Christ Jyothi Province, Punjab-Rajasthan, is also situated here.
The station is managed by the CST Fathers. In 1982 Fr. John Kudilil, C.S.T. and Fr. Sebastian Kalapura, C.S.T. started staying in a rented house at Sriganganagar. In 1983 the Sacred Heart Convent School was started. The Adoration Sisters opened a convent here in 1984. In 1984, Fr. John was able to purchase some land and a school building was put by 1987. The Church was built and blessed in 1991.
In 1984, C.S.T. Fathers opened a house in a rented building. In 1988, F.C.C. Sisters joined the Fathers to work in the mission. In 1996, the school building was built. The Church was built and blessed in 2003.