We are reaching out to churches across the world looking to partner with us in prayer, in mission and online, helping to bring about hope and transformation to a largely forgotten group of people.
Our chaplains offer a hand of friendship, a listening ear, communication with loved ones back home and spiritual support to the seafarers they meet every day. They talk and pray together and hand out Bibles helping to ensure seafarers who sacrifice so much for all of us feel valued.
We have a number of ministers and entertaining speakers who would be delighted to come and speak to your congregations about our ministry and how we have supported those in need for almost 200 years. Please simply get in touch.
Our Messengers of Hope appeal allows churches to support the very heart beat of our ministry, our chaplaincy team. We call our chaplains ‘Messengers of Hope’. Based in ports around the world, they provide a lifeline to seafarers regardless of their religion, race or rank.
Church Connect is a simple partnership between you and us. Find out more today. We have a number of quality resources including our prayer diary, children’s activity sheets, videos about our work and projects overseas and Sea Sunday packs.
Ainon Baptist Church, Glamorganshire
Arbury Road Baptist Church, Cambridgeshire
Bishopstoke Evangelical Church, Hampshire
Corfe Castle Evangelical Congregational Church, Dorset
Fenlands Church, Lincolnshire
Iden Green Congregational Church, Kent
Inshes Church, Inverness-shire
Isaac Watts Memorial United Reformed Church, Hampshire
Leaside Church, Greater London
Lord's Hill Chuch, Hampshire
Oundle Road Baptist Church, Cambridgeshire
Portsmouth Cathedral, Hampshire
Spurgeon Baptist Church, Guernsey
Stoborough Baptist Church, Dorset
Surbiton New Life Baptist Church, Surrey
Walmer Baptist Church, Kent
Warsash United Reformed Church, Hampshire
Spring Harvest (Week 2) 8-13 April
Big Church Day Out 27-28 May
Wiston House, West Sussex
Refuel 17 23-29 July
Gordon Castle Estate, Moray, Scotland