Sea Sunday

Learn more about Sea Sunday 2020

Every year in July, we unite globally to pray and celebrate the role seafarers play in our daily lives, keeping the global economy moving. We pray for them and their families. This annual event is called Sea Sunday and has become a much anticipated annual event in The Mission to Seafarers calendar.

From London to Lagos and Manila to Melbourne, our community gathers together to give something back to these essential workers who spend months away from their families in often difficult conditions to help keep our global economy afloat.

Sea Sunday can also be celebrated any day of the year to suit your church. You can view our first ever global Sea Sunday 2020 service here, and hear stories about our important work.

If you would like to receive details of our Sea Sunday 2021 service on 11th July 2021 please register here.

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What is Sea Sunday?

Sea Sunday is an annual event where we mark the contribution which is made by the 1.5 million seafarers globally.

The entire Mission to Seafarers community, which is involved in the operation of 200 ports across 50 differ countries, all join together to say prayers for seafarers and their families. We also aim to celebrate their work and give something back with a plethora of fundraising activities scheduled so that we can help support seafarers who play such a vital role in our overall prosperity.

Your church can join with others from around the world to pray, celebrate and fundraise for seafarers. However, you don’t have to be a church group to celebrate Sea Sunday – you can fundraise through your school, community group, family or group of friends.

Get Involved Online

If you are joining us in Church or have arranged a fundraising activity for seafarers on Sea Sunday then please make sure that you get involved with our online community.

You can tweet us or share images to show how you are celebrating Sea Sunday by getting in touch with us on Instagram or Facebook.

Don’t forget that you can also contact us on Twitter via @FlyingAngelNews; just remember to include the hashtag #SeaSunday.

Contact Our Team

If you would like some more information about Sea Sunday 2021 or would like some assistance arranging a fundraising activity for seafarers, then please contact John Dowling (

We will be delighted to offer help and guidance as we aim to make Sea Sunday even better each year.

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