Street Pastors come to the Waterside

Daily Echo: Street Pastors come to the Waterside Street Pastors come to the Waterside

A CHURCH-RUN guardian angels scheme to protect revellers leaving New Forest pubs has been rolled out.

More than 20 street pastors aged from 18 to over 60 will mingle with people leaving pubs in the Hythe, Dibden and Marchwood area every Friday.

The Waterside Street Pastors will work in teams of four and talk to people to offer their help, including offering lollipops and biscuits.

The chairman of Waterside street pastors Brian Hill said: ““We are just ordinary men and women who want to help.”

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1:27pm Sun 7 Oct 12

mooky9 says...

It's a good scheme which really works in the cities... Good luck to them but sad sign of the times will be they'll mostly be of use to young teenagers.
It's a good scheme which really works in the cities... Good luck to them but sad sign of the times will be they'll mostly be of use to young teenagers. mooky9
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2:12pm Sun 7 Oct 12

Huffter says...

mooky9 wrote:
It's a good scheme which really works in the cities... Good luck to them but sad sign of the times will be they'll mostly be of use to young teenagers.
They'll be just as much use to old teenagers.
[quote][p][bold]mooky9[/bold] wrote: It's a good scheme which really works in the cities... Good luck to them but sad sign of the times will be they'll mostly be of use to young teenagers.[/p][/quote]They'll be just as much use to old teenagers. Huffter
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5:01pm Sun 7 Oct 12

BenjiWinsor says...

More evidence of Christianity in action. Well done to these churches working together to help their community.
More evidence of Christianity in action. Well done to these churches working together to help their community. BenjiWinsor
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