Please visit the official Mission to Seafarers Webpage
The Mission to Seafarers now have an official webpage at:
Central Office Address
The Mission to Seafarers
Mission to Seafarers Seafarers' Centres around the world
Other pages with information about Mission to Seafarers Seafarers' Centres around the world:
Email addresses of the port chaplains
A complete list can now be found at the official Mission to Seafarers page.
Fr Robert Warren Chaplain Mission to Seafarers Montreal, Quebec firstname.lastname@example.org
What is The Mission to Seafarers?
The Mission to Seafarers is the Anglican Church working for practical and spiritual welfare of seafarers of all races and creeds in ports throughout the world. Through a network of chaplains, lay staff and volunteers it:
Chaplain's Assistants Voluntary Service Scheme
Chaplain's Assistants are taken on under the Mission's voluntary service scheme, which provides work experience for young adults, aged between 21 and 26, looking for a year's voluntary work. They receive free board and lodging, pocket money, medical care and free travel to and from the ports where they are placed.
For more information about the voluntary service scheme contact Canon Bill Christianson at central office.
Ministry to Seafarers List
In January 1998 I established a new mailing list for anyone interested in the church's ministry to seafarers. This is intended for anyone working in or interested in the work of organizations such as The Mission to Seafarers.
To subscribe to the Ministry to Seafarers list send a message:
Within 48 hours you should then get a reply with details about the list and instructions on how to post.