Railway Mission is a Christian charity set up in 1881 to help support and maintain the mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing of railway people.
Supporting people of all faiths and none, our chaplains work on the railway network and there to support everyone who works for the railway and connected companies, their families and members of the public affected by railway operations. Regardless of faith, lifestyle, sexuality, position in a company, retired or serving staff, chaplains.
As an interdenominational Christian organisation, we are committed to the message of peace, love, compassion, truth, understanding, and reconciliation between God and Man as taught by Jesus and recorded in the New Testament.
While we are happy to share our faith and belief with anyone who is curious about what it is we believe, we do not believe our faith should be imposed on those who do not share our beliefs.
The following short messages are intended to encourage people to explore the possibility of having a relationship with God and are free to be shared, but please do reference Railway Mission if you do use them.
Is it possible for us in 2021 not to lose heart, but to look forward with positivity? For many, the Covid-19 pandemic can’t be referred to as a “light momentary affliction”... Read more
As a traveller, you soon discover that the rustic heartbeat of a nation's heritage is so often tied to the nature of its railway.
I have heard stories of the great train journeys of the world... Read more
Tucked away in our subconscious is an image - we're on a journey, travelling by train. Hauling its precious carriages behind it the locomotive pounds through the countryside heading for the station... Read More
It's said by some that Isambard Kingdom Brunel, constructed Box Tunnel in such a way that, each year on his birthday, the sun would rise and illuminate the whole tunnel... Read more
Railway Mission is a registered charity in England and Wales (1128024) and in Scotland (SC045897). A company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (06519565)
Rugby Railway Station