Street Pastor Training Now Online

Street Pastor training is currently operating online due to the pandemic. The schedules start in February May and September 2021 with 8 different topics, including listening skills, safeguarding and drugs and alcohol awareness. Additionally there is a session on roles...

Sutton Street Pastor Training

Ever thought of becoming a Street Pastor?   There is an opportunity to join the training course twice a year (March & September).  All you need to do is contact us, complete an application form and have an interview.    Street Pastoring is a...

Mark Tomlinson wins Community Spirit Award

Mark Tomlinson wins Community Spirit Award in recognition of his work with Sutton Street Pastors, Sutton School Pastors, Sutton Foodbank and Sutton Community Works at a recent council awards ceremony [see article and photos]

Next Training Course -March 2015

The next training course in on Saturday’s in  Mar 7/14/21/28 and April 25th and May 9/16/30 – please go to “how to get involved page” for forms.

Reassurance patrols in Grove Park Carshalton

Following the sexual assault of a 15yr old girl last Saturday evening we are doing reassurance patrols in Carshalton High Street and Grove Park – suttonguardianarticle20thnov2014

Future Training

Next Street Pastor training in September 2014 -see flier Next School Pastor training on 4th/11th & 18th October -see flier

Strteet Pastor Thanksgiving Service

Sunday 18th May at 4pm at St.Nicholas Church in Sutton – an opportunity to give thanks for the work and ministry of Sutton Street and School Pastors. We will joined by Church and Civic Leaders, Partners in the Night Time Economy and the Mayor of Sutton.

Residents Survey

Despite the cuts and economic challenges of last few years – Sutton is still considered to be a good place to live – Jeremiah 29:7 encourages us to pray for the peace and prosperity of our city [Sutton] – Inevitably if Sutton is doing well we also as...

Fear of Crime

Sutton Street Pastors started in Dec 2005 with the aim to help reduce fear of crime and make Sutton a safer place to be. The latest residents survey shows that 71% of residents versus 47% in 2003 feel safer going out after dark

5 year celebration

Wonderful Celebration at St.Nicholas Church followed by 30 street pastors hitting the streets in uniform – see stories Click on link for photos