To Doncaster Street Pastors


To Doncaster Street Pastors

Doncaster Street Pastors

We are part of the international Street Pastors network, dedicated to serving those out late at night on the streets of Doncaster. We are committed to bringing the love of Jesus in practical ways to those in need.


Our pastors patrol the streets of central Doncaster in teams of three every Saturday night, as well as on bank holiday Sundays, race nights during Leger week, Mad Friday and other special occasions.


By caring, listening, and helping – through providing free flip-flops to ladies walking bare-foot, or water to those needing it, or giving first aid to the injured, or accompanying vulnerable people to safety, or simply listening to those who want to talk – we aim to keep the people of Doncaster safe when having a night out in town, and to share the love of Jesus with all whom we meet.


We do not go out to preach. We simply go out to help people be safe, and enjoy their night out


Since we started patrolling in December 2011, we have had contact with over fifteen-and-a-half thousand people and helped nearly ten-and-a-half thousand.


For more information about Street Pastors in Doncaster, click on the “About Us” tab


2014                “Partnership Working Award 2014” from South Yorkshire Police

2016                High Sherriff of South Yorkshire’s award for work in the community

2016                “Partnership Working Award 2016” from South Yorkshire Police


Doncaster Street Pastors is a company limited by guarantee.

Registered in England, Company Number 07799218.

Registered Office: Hall Gate United Reformed Church, Hall Gate, Doncaster, DN1 3N

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