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In Mount Pleasant since 1889

Very festive group photo
2018 – A Happy Partnership – Xmas Carols at the Mission to Seafarers
Candlelight service
2018 – Christmas Carol service at the Mission to Seafarers
Busy packing gifts
2018 – Xmas Gift Packing at the Mission to Seafarers
Group photo packing gifts
2018 – Xmas Gift Packing at the Mission to Seafarers
Photo of cake with flowers on it
2018 – In celebration of the Signing Ceremony for the Strategic Partnership between
Mission to Seafarers & St. Michael's Multicultural
Photo of Reverend Wilmer signing the covenant
2018 – St. Michael's Multicultural and Mission to Seafarers Partnership Covenant
Photo of Moses holding the plaque
2018 – St Michael's Day Covenant signing ceremony – a reflection of the joy of the occasion
Group photo inside the ship
2018 – Mission to Seafarers ship visitation
Group photo inside the office
2016 – Visit to Mission to Seafarers office
Photo of the outside of the office
2018 – Mission to Seafarers

Mission to Seafarers Ministry

The Mission to Seafarers provides help and support to the 1.5 million crewmen and women who face danger every day to keep our global economy afloat.

From the Mission to Seafarers website:

"In 1836, the Revd John Ashley established the Bristol Channel Mission after being struck by the loneliness and spiritual needs of seafarers.

Following his example, a number of Anglican ministries followed suit, and in 1856 they decided to set up an organisation. The Mission to Seamen – as it was known then – was made a missionary society of the Anglican Communion and its work grew in line with the rapidly expanding British maritime empire.

In 2000, the name was changed to The Mission to Seafarers to reflect its role as a society that cares for all seafarers, regardless of gender. In 2007, it became a company limited by guarantee. By 2010, all the assets and liabilities of the unincorporated charity were transferred into The Mission to Seafarers."

The Mission to Seafarers is the newest ministry at St. Michael's Multicultural. The partnership began in 2018. And the covenant was renewed on September 29, 2019.