Sailors’ Society New Zealand
Working for the welfare of all seafarers
SEA SUNDAY will be celebrated throughout the world on the second Sunday in July (14 July 2013).
We invite you to join with Auckland’s seafarers’ welfare organisations and other maritime bodies to commemorate SEA SUNDAY. The service will be a special Evensong held at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell, Auckland on Sunday 14 July 2013 commencing at 5pm. All are welcome.
The International Sailors Society New Zealand Incorporated (ISSNZ), which is commonly known as the Sailors Society, is the umbrella organisation representing six independent affiliated organisations in New Zealand (Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Bluff, Otago, Port Taranaki, Wellington) with representatives in Christchurch.
ISSNZ is governed by a Board of Directors representing each of the member societies. The Board appoints a Chairman and an Honorary National Secretary/Treasurer who manages the Society. The Secretary liaises with the members and is the point of contact with the parent body, the Sailors’ Society in the UK. The National Secretary and appointed Directors serve on the Seafarers Welfare Board of New Zealand.
The Society has an Honorary National Chaplain and an Associate who are available to assist the member societies.
The Society is affiliated to the International Christian Maritime Association (ICMA) and to the Seafarers Welfare Board for New Zealand (Inc).
More Information about the Sailors’ Society – New Zealand
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