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Mission to Seafarers AGM

In the company of the Right Reverend Melissa Skelton, Bishop of the Diocese of New Westminster and Reverend Peter Smyth, Senior Port Chaplain The formal meeting will be followed by a social hour concluding at... Read More

Cycling for Seafarers 2017

HELP US REACH OUR $50,000 GOAL In 2017 there will be four routes to choose from for this popular annual fundraising event. 40km – Cycle Vancouver’s residential areas, past UBC and along the beaches. 60km – More... Read More

Mission to Seafarers Fall Clothing Drive

Ahoy there, landlubbers! Mission to Seafarers needs your help - we are looking for donations of winter coats (men’s size medium and large), mittens/gloves, and long sleeve shirts. These winter clothes will be worn... Read More

Mission to Seafarers - Christmas at Sea Appeal

The Mission to Seafarers  -  Christmas at Sea Appeal At Christmas we show our thanks to seafarers for bringing us 90% of what we have, a time when they are away from loved ones,  by taking them a gift on the... Read More

To See the Light of Christ in Every Place

The Induction of the Reverend Peter Smyth as Senior Chaplain to the Mission to Seafarers A group of clergy and lay gathered in the chapel of the Flying Angel Club, the Edwardian house that serves as the building... Read More

Cycling for Seafarers 2017

The annual fundraiser for the Mission to Seafarers (MtS) held on a beautiful sunny Saturday, August 26 was very successful. There were a couple of biking options for participants but the feature event is certainly... Read More

MtS Regional Director's Conference in Vancouver

The Regional Directors of the Mission to Seafarers (MtS) around the Anglican world wrapped up their conference with a celebratory dinner in the renovated lower floor of the Mission Centre (The Flying Angel Club) at... Read More

St. David's Sea Sunday

A sailing dinghy in the sanctuary of St. David’s Anglican Church October 22, proclaimed Sea Sunday in a parish where its very location, Tsawwassen, stems from the early Coast Salish depiction ‘facing the sea‘. From... Read More