Manchester South Street Pastors (MSSP) are part of a national team that first pioneered it’s patrols in 2003. Street Pastors now continues to grow not only throughout the UK but also across the world.
Street Pastors are fully trained volunteers from local churches who care about their community.
MSSP can be seen patrolling the streets at
- Manchester City Centre (4th Friday of the month) 10:00pm – 2:00am
- Rusholme (Curry Mile) and Fallowfield (every 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th Friday of the Month) 10:00 – 2:00am
- Gorton – (3rd Saturday of the month) 7:30pm – 12:00am
MSSP is led be their local Co-ordinator and the team also have support from their local churches and community groups in partnership with the police, local council and other statutory agencies.
If you are interested in finding out more about the work of Street Pastors, or are interested in becoming a Street Pastor, please contact us using the details on this page.
We are grateful for the prayer and financial support from local churches, their congregations and other local organisations – including The Big Lottery and Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner’s office.
Selvin Sagayam, a Street Pastor in the Rusholme/Fallowfield area, is raising funds for his team by growing a beard/hair combo. Money raised will go to help the people we meet when patrolling the area with resources such as flip flops, water, hot drinks, bus fare home, etc. Please support his fund raising if you are able.
For more information, click the button below to visit Selvin’s Fundraising page
From Our Blog
“I remember speaking to a Dan a rough sleeper in the city. We were able to give him a hat and gloves and he was very grateful, as I sat with him he shared briefly of his own story and also about his ill health. He hadn’t been on the streets very long and he was quite...
Event details Going Raspberry! Street Pastors serve the community by listening to, caring for and helping people they meet at night, usually between 10pm and 2am on a Friday. Whether its physically kneeling down to put flip flops on tired, sore feet or giving out hats...