Ship to Shore was first printed in 1997.
Inspired by the Jottings From Our Log, this modern version is generally published quarterly (Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring)
Articles are written by the mission's staff and give updates about shipping and seafaring news, staff, events, board Committee, heritage.
It is sent by post or email to supporters, members, volunteers and friends of the mission.
It is also available to the public in the Flying Angel club and online on the website.
February 2003: Mariner's frontpage.
8 December 2002: HLG reunion
Ship to Shore is a valable source of information
ship to shore, mission to seamen, mission to seafarers, flinders street, melbourne, victoria, news, events, seafaring life, shipping, sailors, seamen, sponsors, marketing, flying angel, staff, chaplains, community, welfare, board members, 1998, portland mission, hastings mission, noyoun park, ted cosens, statistics, sea sunday, 2001, bill romney, reverend bishop jeremy ashton, nigel porteous, shipping sector, keith dann, roy hope, geelong mission, international year of volunteers, lhlg, ladies harbour lights guild, heritage, judy douglas, noah park, donors, volunteers, maria culka, hlg, beverley kent nee oliver, ro kent, pat dann, abc news, betty ashton, xmas, christmas, joan leslie, ron reid, elizabeth fiddian, barbara bedford, reverend bill dalling, joy stanfield, lal simpson, audrey adderson, gwynne scott, pauline moye, marjorie duckett nee maclennan, three faithfuls, annette wood, don dunlop, bryan reid, christine edward, sadie wilson, andy knox, poem