SAILING WITH A GREATER PURPOSE

The SEA MERCY mission:  Helping the thousands of ‘at risk’ remote islands across the South Pacific return to the healthy, self-sustaining, and thriving communities they once were. We do this by providing health, education, economic development, and disaster recovery programs, where it is needed the most.

We invite you to sail with Sea Mercy wherever we go. You can sail with our Floating Health Care Clinic vessel teams as they bring free medical, dental, and eye care services to the most remote and beautiful places in the world. If you prefer a little more danger, jump on board one of our First Response Fleet vessels as they sail into the aftermath of a natural disaster. If you prefer to get your hands dirty, you can follow our RISE Program teams as they help return one of the thousands of 'at risk' remote islands in the South Pacific to the healthy, self-sustaining and thriving communities they once were. We want you to be a part of everything we do and everywhere we go.

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What if reading one children's story could reveal child abuse?

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Tony Whitton speaks about the partnership and impact of Rosie Holidays, working with Sea Mercy in the South Pacific! 

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In August of 2017, we set out to Remote Island Soils Education on the island of Batiki.

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Thank you to all of our volunteers for making this possible!

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This is an incredible partnership between like-minded and complimentary non-profit organizations who seek to bring hope and a future to the thousands of 'at risk' remote islands

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Sea Mercy has been assisting the remote islands of the South Pacific since 2012, providing free health care, disaster response, education, and economic development programs to t

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Sea Mercy's RISE Program is about creating healthy, self-sustaining and thriving remote island communities.

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What to expect volunteering as a Sea Mercy Captain in the South Pacific. Thank you to all of our volunteers for giving your hearts and skills to the remote islanders!

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Every year from April through October, Sea Mercy delivers volunteer medical, dental and eye care professionals to the hundreds of remote islands in the South Pacific through the

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God has been using the disciples in Oregon in some powerful ways these past few years. With the official launch of the University Church of Eugene in 2015, God has grown their fellowship from 14 disciples to over 75. He...

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Sometimes standing up for the truth can hurt When it comes to looking back at our life lessons or mistakes, there are often consistent themes or people that influenced us to either make good decisions or bad ones in...

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From my earliest memories, tucked in between the incredible family memories filled with love, smiles and laughter, are the annoying flood of ‘warnings’ that our parents do their best to fill our little minds with. “Don...

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You need to hold on for dear life to win the prize! "Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I...

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Hide and seek can be such a fun game as kids and as adults. There is something intriguing about hiding from someone. Finding the secret places that no one else would either think to look, or perhaps be unwilling to look...

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Below is a lighthearted entry from my "Life Lesson's" Christian journal that addresses the dangers and consequences of seeking revenge. Do not take revenge, my friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written...