As you are probably aware, we support young and vulnerable people in town on Saturday nights / Sunday mornings, seeking to ensure that they remain safe. As part of this, we offer whatever is appropriate for the situation e.g. water, flip flops, foil blankets, first aid, and a listening ear. We may escort them to a taxi or phone friends/parents to ensure the safe return home of the person. We believe this to be a practical expression of God's love through us as Christians.
However, due to the antisocial hours of this work it is the case that there is a season in which volunteers are able to be involved and then they may need to take a break or step down. Recently, we have had occurrences of illness and other life events that have left us very depleted of active volunteers who can patrol regularly. This is where we need your help!
We look to local churches for our volunteers and wonder if you would be willing to have a short presentation during a service, giving us the opportunity to inform the congregation and reach people who may feel called to be involved with this outreach ministry.
Your support would be greatly appreciated, so please do get in touch with us if you are able to help us promote this much needed ministry.
Bedford Street Angels
Chairman Rebecca Bolt
Secretary Trevor Moisey 01234 262505
Volunteer Mentors Required
Are you passionate about young people?
Would you like to draw alongside a young person to make a positive impact to their life?
Can you give an hour a week?
Details are here: Youth Mentors