The man who sold me a pear, by James Webb, is the winner of our “Today’s Good Samaritans” writing competition, run jointly with the Association of Christian Writers.
Category: Street Pastors in the arts
Writing competition results
Well done to all of you who entered the Today’s Good Samaritans competition! The judges enjoyed reading writing from a wide range of points of view. We’re now pleased to announce the top three entries.
Still time to enter our writing competition
The last day for submissions in our new writing competition is 31 July 2016.
Enter our writing competition!
We’re launching a new writing competition in partnership with Association of Christian Writers – for writing on the subject of Today’s Good Samaritan.
Sample another slice in our gallery of Street Pastors-inspired cakes
The latest in our gallery of Street Pastors-inspired cakes.
“Make straight the way” – a song inspired by Street Pastors in the North East
Songwriter David Lee wrote the words of this song after hearing a BBC Look North report about Street Angels and Street Pastors.
A traffic light cake for new street and school pastors in the Isle of Wight
Thanks for the picture of this fabulous cake, the centrepiece of the buffet at a commissioning service for new street pastors and school pastors on the Isle of Wight.
“Hearts of mercy for the weary”: Street pastors inspire new words for an old hymn
A celebration of the work of Street Pastors and College Pastors in Orpington prompted Ivor Reveley to write a third verse for the hymn ‘Here is Love Vast as the Ocean’, with Street Pastors in mind.
A poem about Street Pastors (written by Carol Service)
We are Belfast Street Pastors and we go out at night,
We wear a uniform with our logo shining so bright.
A walk-on part for Street Pastors in crime fiction
We think this is a first for Street Pastors – an appearance in fiction, in Mark Billingham’s The Dying Hours (2013), pp. 240–241.