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Member


$250/yr


- Available discounts on NAMMA events and products


- Consideration for bursaries or other financial assistance, as available


- Professional development opportunities


- Board eligibility


- Voting privileges at Annual General Meeting


- Involvement in Committees of the Association


- Access to exclusive digital content including e-newsletter and webinars


- Print copy of The MARE Report, NAMMA’s annual magazine for seafarers’ welfare professionals


- Priority for special support in other NAMMA programs


- Your voice is amplified through official representation by NAMMA Executive Director or board leadership at national and international meetings


- Networking opportunities


​- Coordination for visiting religious workers to USA (with R-1 Visa) for MARAD letter to be used in TWIC card application


Associate Member


$150/yr


- Select discounts on NAMMA events and products

- Involvement in committees of the Association

- Print copy of The MARE Report, NAMMA’s annual magazine for seafarers’ welfare professionals

- Access to exclusive digital content including e-newsletter and webinars

- Networking opportunities


​- Coordination for visiting religious workers to USA (with R-1 Visa) for MARAD letter to be used in TWIC card application

To Register and Pay by Credit Card:


Click here to register as a member.


Click here to register as an associate member.


To Register and Pay by Check:


Please fill out this form: 

NAMMA Dues 2017


One form per member registered.


​Send check to: 

NAMMA

P.O. box 460158

Fort Lauderdale, FL

33346-0158

(make sure to mark on the check the name of member registered).


Join the North American Maritime Ministry Association

2017 Calendar year


There's never been a more important time to be a member of NAMMA. NAMMA is a recognized leader in seafarers' welfare, encouraging maritime ministry, professional development, and networking. Membership in NAMMA benefits your work, but, ultimately, supports the welfare of seafarers in all our ports.

Being a member of NAMMA provides you with the benefits of being part of an international institution, and gives you the opportunity to profit from numerous services and benefits offered by our association throughout the year.  For 2017 we have important new membership updates - read about it here.

Information for Members and our Board

Certificate of Incorporation

Constitution and Bylaws (Aug 2016)


NAMMA Staff/Board Travel Expense Policy (2014).


Mission Statement
The North American Maritime Ministry Association (NAMMA), a Christian association, provides fellowship, encouragement, advocacy, education, spiritual and professional development for those in maritime ministry.


Board Members and Officers
OFFICIAL NAMMA ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 460158, Fort Lauderdale, FL., 33346-0158


OFFICERS
  • President: The Rev. Marsh Drege, Seafarers & Int’l House, New York, NY
  • Vice-President: Mrs. Lesley Warrick, Seafarers’ House, Port Everglades, FL
  • Recording Secretary: Ms. Sharon Emerson, Corpus Christi International Seamen’s Center, Corpus Christi, TX
  • Treasurer: Fr. Ron Perkins, Seafarers’ House, Port Everglades, FL
BOARD MEMBERS
  • Fr. Lito Capeding, Catholic Maritime Club, Mobile, AL
  • Mr. Michael A. Colomb, Dodson & Hooks, Baton Rouge, LA
  • The Rev. Maggie Whittingham-Lamont, Mission to Seafarers, Halifax, NS
  • Mrs. Karen Parsons, Galveston Seafarers Center, Galveston, TX
  • The Rev. Philip Vandercook, Global Maritime Ministries, New Orleans, LA
  • Mr. Kent Williams, Fort Vancouver Seafarers Center, Vancouver, WA
  • Mr. Denis Coté, Mission International des marins de Saguenay, La Baie, QC
  • Mr. Rob Maguire, Seafarers Agencies of Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads, VA
DENOMINATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
  • (Episcopal/Anglican)
  • (Lutheran)
  • (Port Ministries International)
  • (Apostleship of the Sea) 
LABOR REPRESENTATIVE
  • Ms. Kate Hunt, Seafarers International Union
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
  • Dr. Jason Zuidema