Lambeth Street Pastors, the church-based group that brings help and support to people who are the worse for wear for whatever reason in Brixton and elsewhere, will celebrate its new status as a registered charity next month.
In a public ceremony on Sunday 3 March starting at 6.15 pm in St Mark’s Church (337 Kennington Park Road, opposite Oval Station, SE11 4PW) it will be commissioned as a registered charity.
The evening will give an overview of what Street Pastors do, with testimonies from people involved providing a deeper awareness of the new charity’s role and work.
Refreshments will be served before and after the event.
You can register at Eventbrite.
Lambeth Street Pastors coordinator Cherie Thomas says pastors patrol regularly in Brixton, Clapham, Streatham and Vauxhall and are always looking for new pastors and partners to assist them in their mission of “caring, listening and helping” in the borough.
More information at Lambeth Street Pastors’ website.
Happy to see this humanitarian charity hit such an important milestone. I wish the street pastors all the best in their endeavors.
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