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.

Posted on June 12th, 2017

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

Posted on May 5th, 2016

You know that your hairbrush was made in China - 90% of the stuff in your house came from beyond our borders on a ship - but how did it actually get to be in your hand when it came from so far away.  The BBC just published a great article about just that.  It's titled:"The Invisible Network that Keeps the World Running" by Tim Maughan - you can read it  here.  

Posted on April 4th, 2016

 M2S has had the privilege of working with the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) for many years.  From this great organization comes the ITF Seafarers Trust; an organization that seeks to support initiatives that directly help seafarers.  
M2S drives daily to visit, pick up and drop off seafarers from the different ships that come into the Port of Montreal.  All this driving does a number on our vans, of which we have two.  
Thankfully, the ITF Seafarers Trust saw fit to award us a grant of $20,000 so that we would be able to replace one of those vans! 
We are so very thankful to the the Seafarers Trust and to God for providing this van to the ministry.  We trust that it will be a great help in reaching out to the seafarers we are so privileged to serve.

Posted on March 21st, 2016

Due to the relocation of the Seafarers Centre some of our contact info has changed.  The items in bold are new.
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 128 Place D'Armes Montreal QC H2Y 3E9
  • Location Address: 739 rue de la Commune O.  Montreal QC H3C 0M6
  • Phone Number: (514) 849 3234
  • Fax Number: (514) 849 2874
  • Email Address: info@ministrytoseafarers.org
Come visit or drop us a note - we would love to welcome you in person!


Posted on March 21st, 2016

The Ministry to Seafarers has successfully moved into its new home.  Due to the complete renovation of our previous centre we were relocated by the port to this building.  Thankfully it is not only close to the old one but is a beautiful building - even if it is much smaller.  We are thankful that we can still serve the seafarers despite the construction activity.  
​New address: 739 rue de la Commune Ouest, Montreal QC H3C 0M6 (not postal - only physical location)

Posted on July 30th, 2015


The Ministry to Seafarers is celebrating 50 years of ministry in the Port of Montreal and the CRC publication The Banner has recognized this milestone with an article that you can read here.  We are thankful for The Banner's part in celebrating with us.

Posted on January 28th, 2015

We are so very grateful to have a wonderful new edition to our team. While Michelle DePooter-Francis is on maternity leave, Jacob Boer - who goes by Jake - has stepped in for 8 months on a part-time basis.  Jake is the pastor of Montreal CRC.  Montreal CRC has graciously loaned him to us while they cover some of his regular roles within their church.  Still preaching on Sunday he now spends part of his week reaching out to the seafarers in the Port of Montreal as chaplain for the Ministry.  Already in the past few weeks he has brought encouragement and insight to the team and to those we serve.  Please keep us and Jake in your prayers as we continue to do our best to meet the needs and of the seafarers and always to bring glory to our Father God!  Welcome Jake!  (You can find out more about Jake's first impressions of M2S in our upcoming newsletter)


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