The Diocese of Winchester has today published its Review of 2015: Building a Mission-Shaped Diocese.
Alongside an update about the Diocese’s successes and challenges over the last year, it also sets out details of its financial performance and plans for the year ahead.
In the foreword, the Rt Rev Tim Dakin, Bishop of Winchester, says:
“It’s so encouraging to see, in this Annual Review, how we are continuing to make progress towards becoming a Mission-Shaped Diocese. Living Jesus’ Mission means living both the mission he lived as a man walking the earth, and the mission he continues today by his Spirit. His mission is our mission, and in this review we can see what living his mission means today in stories of Passionate Personal Spirituality, Pioneering Faith Communities, and Prophetic Global Citizenship (the 3Ps).
“I trust you will find this review interesting, encouraging and thought-provoking, and that you will continue to pray for our common life together in Christ.”
Download the Review of 2015 in full, here.