Paul and Jean visited Whitby to speak at the annual Street Angels celebration event and to say thank you to the volunteer team. The evening included stories from the volunteers of situations and people they had encountered over the last 12 months. Prayer stations encouraged us to pray for CNI projects, the local Whitby area and those the project partners with.
On Friday Paul and Jean visited Redcar Beacons for the second night of the project running. They thanked the volunteers for the time they have invested getting the project up and running and for the impact they will have in the years to come. Paul and Jean joined 2 teams on a patrol of the town and met door-staff, clubbers and police. Friday also saw the first night for Manchester Street Angels.
Meanwhile in Dundee the Street Chaplains team were launching Christmas with stewarding at the Dundee Nativity and Christmas lights switch-on...
On Saturday Paul visited Guisborough Night Light and met the team who patrolled, offered tea, coffee and hot chocolate in this Cleveland market town. The project was launched after the coordinator went for a meal in the town one Saturday night, saw the numbers of people out and about and decided that the church should respond! In Windsor the team are seen enjoying the festive feel!
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