Join us on Sea Sunday as we unite together globally to pray & celebrate the role that seafarers play in our daily lives. Sea Sunday is the day which many Christian Churches set aside to remember and pray for seafarers and their families and give thanks for their lives and work. It is officially held on the second Sunday in July.
If you would like some more information about Sea Sunday 2023 or would like some assistance arranging a fundraising activity for seafarers, then please order a pack.
There are over 1.89 million people working at sea and your donation can make a huge difference.
Volunteering for us is flexible – it doesn’t matter how much or how little time you have. Everything counts. No matter your age, gender or background, there’s a place for you.
Join in prayer with thousands of other churches and Christians around the world wherever you are this Sea Sunday.
Day and night for 365 days per year, the Mission is on call providing help for seafarers in over 200 ports around the world.
Seafarers need our help because they are often working in dangerous conditions, with no one else to turn to. Our Port Chaplains send us stories about the sea men and women they support, and we tailor our help to each and every one of them.
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We invite your company to support seafarers’ welfare by donating to our 2023 Campaign. Donations of any size are welcome. To find out how you can support our vital services please read or download the campaign brochure.
The Mission to Seafarers’ free printed magazine. It is a great way to find out about our work, with regular feature showcasing what we are doing to help Seafarers all over the world.
Your generous gift could help our brave seafarers feel much closer to home this Christmas With Christmas just around the corner, ...