Stirling Street Pastors
We are part of a national team first pioneered in 2003, and Street Pastors continues to grow throughout the UK and across the world.
Street pastors are trained volunteers from local churches and we care about our community.
We are usually on patrol from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. on a Friday or Saturday night to care for, listen to and help people who are out on the streets.
We are led by our local coordinator and we also have support from 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 our work, or are interested in becoming a Street Pastor, please contact us using the details on this page.
From Our Blog
By leaving a legacy to Stirling Street Pastors your support can make a very real and important difference to our work and to those we help. For example, it could be used to: Resource patrols on the streets with flip-flops, bottled water, blankets and essential items...
“For every life lost on the railway, six are saved by those around them”, Samaritans. Network Rail’s suicide prevention programme in Scotland partners with ScotRail, Samaritans, British Transport Police, Railway Mission and Street Pastors to reduce suicide on the...
(The following article was published in the Stirling Observer on 14/1/2022) Stirling Street Pastors have received a grant of £10,000 to continue their work and train new recruits. The money has come from the Scottish Government's Communities Mental Health and...