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The preorder bonus material is of course no longer available, but there are a handful of longbox cases spare that I can offer first come first serve. In all we have heard this evening and in the many and various responses, from those of individuals, of schools, of parishes and deaneries, one thing has struck me again and again - and that is the abundant levels of joy that have surrounded us as we have sought to share the Faith, Hope and Love we find in Jesus Christ.
This great feast of Pentecost teaches us that the life of the Spirit is a joy-filled life. Our faith brings us deep joy, an overflowing joy we should want to share with others wholeheartedly. In the light of Easter and Pentecost our journey of discipleship with Jesus The Lord should be characterised by gladness and joy.
And so as we turn to the future I am mindful that there is a great deal that is going on in the Diocese.
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The work of Strategy for Ministry is looking at resourcing and delivery of Ministry and Mission. The work of the root and branch group is looking at how we assess and collect parish financial support for the costs of our clergy and administration. I have recently established a group to look at some of our diocesan structures in terms of boards and committees and a great deal more is going on. All these things are very important but will bear fruit only to the extent that we are Christ centred and outward focused in everything we seek to do and to be, the Lord being our helper.
I am therefore immensely thankful to God and to all my brothers and sisters in Christ in this Diocese that alongside due recognition of the need to engage with the challenges we face in terms of our life together, energy and commitment continues to be poured into support for foodbanks, credit unions, street pastors and a whole host of initiatives that attest with joy to the love of Christ for those in greatest need.
I want us therefore to lift our eyes up to the hills from whence cometh our help. Many parishes and deaneries are fully embarked on Mission Action Planning to help focus on how we proclaim the Good News and serve our community and this too is good and wonderful work. All of this work is about fulfilling the charge that the Archbishop of Canterbury gave me when I became your Bishop.
In the light of all of this I was asked recently 'what, in the future, do I want the Diocese of Southwark to be', what are my aspirations or vision for us as a community of those whose lives are bound together in Jesus Christ, as his body in the world. Well it was quite a question!
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It is a powerful story, a story of conversion, revelation and evangelism but begins in the most unpromising way with those two disciples, so full of the terrible events which have happened in Jerusalem that they fail to recognise that the apparent stranger who accompanies them along the road is none other than the risen Lord. And so in conversation and exchange they are reminded of what lies at the core of their faith and of what they are already prepared for through the unfolding of the Scriptures.
The disciples are converted in their faith; Jesus is revealed to them in that simple and yet most powerful of actions, the breaking of bread; and they are so filled with joy at what happens that they rush back to Jerusalem to tell others all about it. This joy, the joy of the Good News that cannot be contained and must be shared, the joy of an encounter with the risen Jesus, the joy of being a community that knows this - this is what I want our Diocese to be. I want us to be people so filled with the overflowing gift of the Spirit we are compelled to serve our communities and share our faith and to do this with great joy and gladness.
And St Luke uses a wonderful phrase to capture all of this: 'were not' one disciple says to the other, 'our hearts burning within us while he was talking to us on the road, while he was opening the scriptures to us? I want our hearts to be on fire, just as those disciples hearts were on fire because of their encounter with God, because of that conversion and that moment of revelation.