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NCF Overview

NCF – who are we and what do we do ??

Have a look around the site and hopefully you will gain an insight into who, why, what and when!


The Naval Christian Fellowship is more a family than an organisation. Our prime concern is to help and encourage Christians in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary to be able to live a Christian lifestyle within the harsh environment of a seagoing ship or shorebased establishment and subsequently bear witness to their messmates. We work alongside other Christian Organisations and firmly believe that all who know and serve our Lord Jesus Christ are one family in Him, irrespective of rank, race or church denomination.

We do hope you will join us.



Ancient Mariners

Our members who have retired from active service are affectionately known as Ancient Mariners.

They help support our serving Members by praying, letter writing, offering hospitality and in many other ways depending on their skills.

General Office 07766 257211

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Serving Members

We have over 285 members serving in the RN and associated Services and about 115 in other navies. Regular mailing/emailing is over 900 with another 280 annually, a total of approx 1200 including spouses, friends, ex-Service members and those providing hospitality.


Other Navies and International Links

We maintain close links with Christians in many other navies including those of the USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Japan; and the smaller navies of Barbados, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Togo and Oman.

In 1993 NCF, with the support of the Netherlands Navy Fellowship, launched the European Navies Christian Link-Up – ENCLU. We have since extended our links to the navies of Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain and Sweden. Although our literature is in English, from time to time we circulate other language news-sheets.