Sea Sunday

  -Helping to fund the Apostleship of the Sea

Sea Sunday will be celebrated on the weekend of July 13/14. All funds raised go to the Apostleship of the Sea to support their work. The Apostleships work within the Diocese of Plymouth itself is huge, within Plymouth dock alone ships come in from all across the world from Sri Lanka to Berlin every-day, so supporting this amazing cause is so needed. In fact this year Hannah Forrest a Plymouth ships visitor won the Pope Francis Award at the Million Minutes 2019 Awards and was presented the Award by Cardinal Vincent Nichols showing just how impactful this work can be.

To view and download Sea Sunday resources click here. Stella Maris (Apostleship of the Sea) provides seafarers with pastoral support, information and a listening ear. For more information click here.

 

Please pray for seafarers, their families and all who support them, including Stella Maris (Apostleship of the Sea). And reach deep for any donations you could spare on Sea Sunday.

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