Creating connections

Connecting with God • Connecting with our communities • Connecting with each other

cover-crop2Jesus invites us to follow Him as disciples and sends us out as missionaries in the world.

Our vision for the Diocese is to create connections: connecting with God, connecting with each other and proclaiming the Good News afresh in this generation by connecting with the communities we serve.

To help us achieve this, we have identified three priorities: making disciples, growing leaders and engaging younger generations.

Please read our vision and priorities document and use the toolkit to consider how you and your church will respond.

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Vision and Priorities
Read in full: Creating connections – Vision and priorities
Read in full: Creating connections – Vision and priorities (plain text)

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Read in full: Toolkit for parishes
Read in full: Toolkit for parishes (plain text)

 

You can download our Creating Connections posters to put up around your church to remind you of our vision and priorities. If you would like us to send you copies of the poster, please contact Chris Priddy, Head of Parish and External Relations, at chris.priddy@bristoldiocese.org.

Connections Poster
A4 Creating Connections poster (colour)
A4 Creating Connections poster (black and white)

You can download a short PowerPoint presentation that introduces the Creating connections vision and priorities here. This can be edited to fit your context and situation.

See also: ‘Creating Connections’ – background to vision and priorities




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  1. I’ve been trying to download the Creating Connections Toolkit (Word version) for a few days now. But the bit.ly link doesn’t seem to work for me. Is it possible to email me a copy?
    Mant thanks

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