to Seafarers of Southern Ontario
Oshawa, Toronto and Hamilton
The Rev'd Judith Alltree firstname.lastname@example.org is the Executive Director and Chaplain for Oshawa and Toronto.
Deacon Michael Ho email@example.com is the Apostleship of the Sea (AOS) Chaplain for the Ports of Toronto and Oshawa, and Deacon Alban Soares firstname.lastname@example.org AOS Chaplain for the Port of Oshawa.
The Centre is located at 651 Burlington St. E.
The Port of Hamilton serves the steel, agriculture and petroleum industries. During the Shipping season the Port of Hamilton is visited by an average of 200 ocean vessels and 200 Lakers. The port is spread out over a very vast area, which means that at one time this past season we had as many as 8 salties in at one time. The Hamilton mission also assists vessels in the Welland Canal including Port Weller, Port Colbourne and Port Robinson.
Mission to Seafarers: St. Clair Region
The Ven. Gordon Simmons is the Honorary Chaplain. The St. Clair Region Mission provides services to the Petro Chemical Industry and the Sarnia elevators. The ecumenical volunteers provide a service of hospitality.
The Mission to Seafarers: Port of
Canon Ed Swayze is the part-time chaplain and part-time pastor of St. Stephen the Martur Anglican Church. The chaplain or volunteers visit most of the approximately 100 ocean-going ships that visit Thunder Bay each year. Volunteers open the Seafarers' Centre in the evenings when appointments have been made with ship's crews. A monthly Eucharist and lunch is held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 12:10 p.m..
The Mission to
The Mission to Seafarers is a ministry of St. John's Anglican Church. The Mission has a van that is used to transport seafarers.
The Chaplain is currently vacant, and the Rev'd Stan Fraser is the Associate Chaplain.