1.6 million seafarers work in the world's international merchant fleet. They are lonely people who leave family for months at a time.

They love, hurt and worry just like you and me. When problems or tragedies arise at home, they are helpless to do anything.

Port of Hope Ministries is committed to bringing comfort, encouragement, Godly counsel and the Word of God to these crew members...one crew at a time...one crewman at a time.


Learn more about seafarers and Port of Hope Ministry, and its founder and chaplain. What is a chaplain and why do we focus on Christian seafarers?


Port of Hope has a unique strategy. Learn why we visit very specific vessels.

Our strategy: We go where we think we're wanted. Then we go and love 'em.


Port of Hope depends on the generous gifts of individuals, churches and businesses. More than 94% of donations directly support our activities.


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Port of Hope Ministries PO Box 1900, Sumas, WA 98295 and PO Box 621, Fort Langley, BC V1M 2R9