Posted on November 27th, 2017

In 2018, Montreal expects to host more than 60 cruise ships between May and October.

Mariners' House welcomes 15,000 visitors each year, including many of the workers who staff these cruise ships. Working for 8-10 months at sea for 12 hours each day, our centre provides a welcome reprieve, offering physical, emotional and spiritual care. La Presse recently published a story on the cruise industry in Montreal and interviewed Carolyn Osborne, the MH General Manager. Read the full article here.

Posted on November 23rd, 2017

​​M2S has Bibles and other materials to give away. If you want any of the following please message us. (Shipping not included.)
  • Burmese NT - 41
  • Burmese pamphlet - 1
  • Czech NT picturebook - 4
  • Estonian NT - 12
  • Finnish NT (contemporary) - 1
  • German Gospel of John - 2
  • Gujarathi "Broken for a purpose" tract - 1
  • Hanga NT - 1
  • Hungarian NT - 16
  • Latvian songbook - 1
  • Lithuanian NT - 6
  • Malay NT - 4
  • Malayalam NT - 11
  • Maltese NT - 7
  • Portuguese NT - 55
  • Russian "He walked among us" tracts - 20
  • Sinhalese NT - 1
  • Thai NT - 1

Posted on November 13th, 2017

​Imagine being persecuted, shipwrecked and without a country--a seafaring global wanderer of sorts. For Shwe, hope in his desperate situation came through the support of seafaring organizations around the world. Watch his story here.

Posted on November 8th, 2017

​​Since more than 90% of our goods arrive by ship, we are all part of the shipping industry. This video helps us understand the mental health stresses that seafarers face. The ministry of M2S is here to support seafarers with all of their daily challenges because we believe that seafarers matter.

Posted on November 6th, 2017

We're excited to announce the Grand Opening of Mariners' House and M2S on November 23rd from 5 to 7 PM. M2S and Mariners' House have been partnering together in working for the welfare of seafarers and have a combined 207 years of experience! We're delighted to share a home. Come celebrate with us but please RSVP.

More information can be found on our Facebook page.

Posted on November 6th, 2017

On Tuesday, October 31, 2017 M2S hosted a pumpkin carving party for seafarers and everyone. Twenty-five people enjoyed an evening of carving, cookie decorating and free food. Four seafarers from the Philippines carved pumpkins for the first time in their lives and did a marvelous job. One Brit carved the tiniest pumpkin ever and you can see all the proof on our Facebook page. Thanks to everyone who came out.

Posted on October 23rd, 2017

The Ministry to Seafarers and Mariners' House is hosting a Pumpkin Carving Party for Seafarers and Everyone!

Come carve a pumpkin, decorate cookies, eat free food, enjoy some music and win prizes. Everybody is welcome. Invite your friends to this free event!

We are located in Mariners' House at the south east end of the Quai Alexandra, 200 rue de la Commune. The closest metro is Place d'Armes.

Posted on October 11th, 2017

We are pleased to finally announce that we've moved back to the Alexandra Pier at 200 rue de la Commune! After 19 months in our temporary home it feels good to be back in our refurbished facilities.  View photos of our progress.

Posted on September 20th, 2017

​The newest edition of M2S's "GOOD NEWS" is hot off the presses.  Read it now.

Posted on September 7th, 2017

This BBC story on the world of shipping is enlightening.​

Rose George's short 12-minute TED talk on the subject of shipping is a great place to begin learning about the industry that delivers you ninety perfect of everything you own.

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