As the world’s attention has shifted to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercy Ships remains committed to our mission: providing hope and healing to the world’s forgotten poor.
Now more than ever, we need your prayers and your support to continue our work of caring for people in desperate need.
Mercy Ships Canada recognizes the importance of taking and sharing small acts of mercy that can make a big difference. Engage with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn using #SmallActsBigDifference, and keep reading to find more ways to show your support!
There are different ways to serve. But they all come from the same Lord. There are different ways the Spirit works. But the same God is working in all these ways and in all people. (1 Corinthians 12:5-6)
May the God who gives hope fill you with great joy. May you have perfect peace as you trust in him. May the power of the Holy Spirit fill you with hope. (Romans 15:13)
Mercy Ships is overjoyed to share that in early 2022, the Africa Mercy will return to a beloved port – Dakar, Senegal.
Darryl Anderson, who had served as an advisor to the board of Mercy Ships Canada, was drawn into the organization full-time during COVID-19.
Irik Mallie Starts a New Journey and Makes His Mark as Chief Engineer of the Global Mercy. Learn more about Irik Mallie.
On June 16, 2021, Mercy Ships celebrated the delivery of the Global Mercy™, meaning the official handover of the vessel from the shipyard.
On June 25th Mercy Ships celebrates Day of the Seafarer, and we want to show our deep appreciation for the maritime community.
Canadian Annick Sylvestre on secondment to Mercy Ships provides an update on Mercy Ships recent medical capacity building work in Liberia.