Street pastors are trained volunteers from local churches who care about their community.

A street pastor is someone who is…
a Christian and is part of a local church;
concerned for society and their local community;
willing to engage with people, whatever their perspective on life and wherever they hang out;
happy to work in a team and in collaboration with other agencies and projects, both statutory and voluntary.

All our Street Pastors and Prayer Pastors come from local churches and have support of the leaders and fellowship.

If you would like to consider becoming a member of the team then please contact the Manchester South Street Pastors Coordinator on:

You will be invited to meet up and have a chat and also to come out as an observer this gives you the opportunity to meet some of our team members and see what we do on patrol.

If you choose then to apply to become a Street Pastor there will be an application form to complete (help can be given if requested), references requested and also a DBS check required.

There is a series of training sessions that have to be completed prior to commencing as a Street Pastor and some more to cover in the first year.