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Welcome to the Bristol Street Pastors Wiki!





Bristol Street Pastors Commissioning takes place 

Saturday 6th April 2013, 7:30pm-9:00pm

St Stephen's Church, 21 St Stephen's Ave, Bristol, BS1 1EQ


Following our launch at the Council House in September, our first batch of volunteer Street Pastors have spent the last few months training and are at last ready to start patrolling!

A celebration service will be held at St Stephens, the city's parish church (literally just off the city centre) and feature refreshments and a musical treat from the Voice of Hope Gospel Choir.

Eustace Constance, Operations Manager of the Ascension Trust will formally issue us our uniforms.

Please join us and to hear how Street Pastors will be making a positive difference to Bristol's nightlife. 


Street Pastors commissioning.doc








Find out more:

To arrange a presentation about Street Pastors given to your church, please email bristol@streetpastors.org.uk with a Subject of 'Church visit'


Become a Street Pastor:

If interested in volunteering, please email bristol@streetpastors.org.uk with a Subject of 'Volunteer'



If interested in supporting Street Pastors in prayer, please email bristol@streetpastors.org.uk with a Subject of 'Prayer'


Area Co-ordinator:

If you would like to help make Street Pastors happen, please email bristol@streetpastors.org.uk with a Subject of 'Area Coordinator'



This Wiki is intended as a way of allowing communication to speed up the process of getting Street Pastors going in Bristol.

It is very much interactive, so please do 

* request access to this wiki

* contribute!



In October, Mike Pout heard about Street Pastors, and contacted the Ascension Trust.

Through emailing contacts was put in touch with David Hart of Victoria Methodists church

In January, organised an 'Open Forum' meeting, 42 people attended from a wide range of churches, 30 of whom expressed an interest in Street Pastors, and 12 of whom expressed an interest in helping to organise.

From February, this interim Management Committee worked to progress Street Pastors, resulting in the Ascension Trust coming for a 'Stage 3' meeting in April.

At the Stage 3 meeting, the Ascension Trust outlined the aims, practicalities and process of getting set up.

At a meeting in May, the Constitution of Bristol Street Pastors was formalised, and a Management Committee elected.

The License Agreement has now been signed by the Management Committee, and is with the Ascension Trust

Official Launch and training are planned for Autmumn 2012



Comments (2)

mlmj53gmr@btinternet.com said

at 1:48 pm on May 7, 2012

Please accept my apologies for this meeting and continue to keep me in touch with progress

Arnold Mayes said

at 10:36 pm on May 10, 2012

Please accept my apologies for ths meeting and keep me informed of progress.

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