Caring, Listening, Helping
Watch This Video To Learn More About What Street Pastors Do In Warrington
Street Pastors are trained and uniformed volunteers from local churches who patrol the streets of Warrington town centre each Saturday and some Friday nights from 11pm-5am
What We Do
They seek to calm aggressive behaviour, administer basic first aid, freely distribute water, flip-flops, exposure blankets, call an ambulance, reunite often incapable young people with thier parents all in a non-judgemental way. Street Pastors do not Preach or proselytise.
We are a Christian inter-denominational organisation with a passion to empower individuals to work together within their local community and nation, to contribute positively to society and to improve the quality of life of the disadvantaged and vulnerable. Street Pastors was started in 1993 by Reverend Les Isaac in London who subsequently formed Ascension Trust to offer guidance in setting up and training Street Pastors throughout the UK with a mission to empower churches to be effective as “salt and light” in their local community, city and nation. Warrington Street Pastors have been operating since 2016.
Get In Touch
If you would like to join us or find out more then please contact us.
Contact: Coordinator Peter McDade
01925 262078 / 07934 433667