George Ayoma
Our Ministry
16th January 2018

For over 130 years we have reached out to our fishermen and their families. Throughout all these years we have stayed true to our Christian calling. As an ecumenical charity we maintain a Christian presence in our fishing communities. Throughout our example and service we share the compassion of Christ and seek to make His […]

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A Voice for our Fishermen

Whether it’s the price paid at market, the scarcity if fish or just gossip about other crews and skippers you will rarely find fishermen short of a word or two.


Grimsby: In the thick of the action

If asked to name the UK’s biggest fishing port many people will answer “Grimsby”. That was certainly true in the 1950’s when over 500 trawlers set out to sea.


Are you ready!?

The usual festivities around Christmas is starting much earlier with each succeeding year. There are many who will rightly be concerned about the over-commercialization associated with this momentous event in the Christian calendar


Battered Brussels Sprouts Anyone?

Perthshire chip shop have a new way of preparing the love or hate vegetable. The award-winning Fish Bar is serving deep fried sprouts for Christmas and they’re going down a treat.

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No Adults Allowed

The Fishermen’s Mission banned all adults from their pop up shop in Helston so children can get them a secret Christmas presents.

Prayer Calendar

2018 Fishermen’s Mission Prayer Calendar

Prayer is the heartbeat of the Fishermen’s Mission. As a Mission family, we regularly join together in prayer. We pray for our fishermen, our beneficiaries, and our supporters.

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Colin’s Fish Friday Emergency

Over two months of preparation meant Scrabster Superintendent Colin Mackay was ready for his best Fish Friday ever.


Free Health Checks

In the small village of Borgue in Dumfries and Galloway, new innkeepers, Michelle, Martin and Luke Thomson, have raised an amazing £1421.01


Mother and daughter walk the Half Marathon

Sam and Steph, arrive at the finish line, having raised £223 for the Fishermen’s Mission. Sam was helped some years ago by the Fishermen’s Mission and has been a staunch supporter ever since.