Manchester City CentreThe Church on the streets of Manchester City Centre
Our Street Pastors team has been patrolling in Manchester’s Piccadilly area since 2011, listening, caring and helping. An estimated 100,000 visit the city centre every weekend. Most do so safely, but there are incidents and accidents, which are often preventable.
Street Pastors, together with teams of Village Angels and Street Angels, have been recognised as making a significant contribution to ensuring the welfare of people on the streets of Manchester at night.
Check out the pages to find out more about what we do, ways in which you could help or join in and see some photos of the team in action.
Jesus “went around doing good” – we’re trying to do the same.
We are grateful for the support of many – practical and prayerful – including The Big Lottery and Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner’s office.
Manchester City Centre Street Pastors is a Registered Charity no. 1177357
From Our Blog
Street Pastors founder Rev Les Isaac has sent out a video message to all projects concerning the Coronavirus pandemic. He asks us to be encouraged and prayerfully seek opportunities to be creative in serving within the scope of the precautions we all have to take. "I...
Photos from a patrol in Manchester City Centre on Friday October 18.
Here's a report from the patrol we recently put up some photos from, written by C. Eva. It gives a good insight into the sorts of encounters our volunteers have while out on patrol. "We worked in groups of two - Lorenzo and Michael - and three - Engrid, Nigel and I....