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Falklands : APPOINTMENT OF PORT MISSIONER FOR THE FALKLAND ISLANDS
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 22.06.2013 (Article Archived on 20.07.2013)

Trustees of the Stanley Seamenís Mission are delighted to announce the appointment of Mrs Betty Turner as the first Port Missioner for the Falkland Islands.

APPOINTMENT OF PORT MISSIONER FOR THE FALKLAND ISLANDS

Trustees of the Stanley Seamenís Mission are delighted to announce the appointment of Mrs Betty Turner as the first Port Missioner for the Falkland Islands.

As Port Missioner Betty will assume a key leadership role in providing for the spiritual and material well-being of seafarers and all others connected with the maritime industry in the Falkland Islands, regardless of race or creed.

Bettyís work will include co-ordinating the contributions of other paid staff and a growing group of volunteers in providing assistance to seafarers in need.She will also help promote a Christian ethos at the Lighthouse Seamenís Centre as a place of welcome, hospitality and refreshment for seafarers and local residents alike.

As well as previous experience, together with her husband Howard, of working among seafarers here in the Islands, Betty also brings wide professional expertise in welfare and pastoral work, organisation and administration.

In her new role, Betty will develop further the important links with the UK-based Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen which the Stanley Seamenís Mission has had since its inception in the early 1990s.

Betty plans to take up her new role in mid-July and can currently be contacted on 51809 or at bettyaturner@gmail.com

Richard Hines

Chair of Trustees

Tel 21100

christchurch@horizon.co.fk

 

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