Glasgow Street Pastors & Glasgow Presbytery Serving at COP 26 Published 16 Aug 2021
During COP 26 Glasgow City Centre will be busy with guests from across the world attending the conference. Glasgow Street Pastors has been ‘listening, caring and helping’ on the streets of Glasgow for the past 12 years assisting individuals who become vulnerable or require assistance for a variety of reasons. The work is done by committed Christians, minimum age 18, from a wide range of church backgrounds, united in a desire to demonstrate the love and compassion of God in very practical acts of service.
Volunteers from churches in the Glasgow Presbytery are invited to join with Street Pastors to provide an additional caring presence on the city streets. Working with experienced Street Pastor’s, you will have the opportunity to be involved in a two-hour afternoon patrol (1-3pm) or three-hour evening patrol. (8-11pm)
An application form can be obtained from email@example.com. Your minister or church leader will be contacted for a brief comment in support of your application. A training day has been arranged on Saturday 2 October at Sandyford Henderson Memorial Church from 10:00-15:00. Attendance is essential.