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United Seafarers' Mission

Tauranga Seafarers' Centre

Port of Tauranga, New Zealand

Our Mission Chaplains

Chaplaincy role and welfare issues

Chaplains are trained and available 'on call' to seafarers and related workers, in order to offer care and support.

They are available to the seafarers as a 'listening ear', support person, advocate and facilitator, to enable the seafarers to resolve any issues.

Their services include ...

  • Hospital Visits
  • Appointments
  • Personal Issues
  • Loneliness
  • Family Worries
  • Health
  • Stress
  • Finance
  • Contract Issues
  • Wages/Salary Issues
  • Relationship Issues
  • Work Issues

... basically anything which is distracting people from working effectively and safely.

Our chaplains are ...

Chaplain Marie

Marie

Mobile 022 075 4240

Marie is one of our chaplains, each of whom play a role in visiting arriving ships, both to welcome and assist seafarers.

Danny

Mobile 021 077 7114

Another of our committed chaplain is Danny
Chaplain Danny
Chaplain Sid

Sid

Mobile 027 211 6009

Sid is another of our chaplains who spends much of his time visiting ships.

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