A diverse and vibrant Anglican family on the Southern tip of the African continent
Our unity in word and sacrament creates a dynamic community seeking to be ‘agents of change’ and ‘heralds of the kingdom’.
We gather around this our statement of intent.
VISION STATEMENT OF THE DIOCESE OF CAPE TOWN
To be a community rooted in the sacrificial love of Jesus Christ, which brings God’s healing, wholeness and hope to a broken and wounded world, with joy and compassion.
Remembering that as a diocese we are on a “JOURNEY TO WHOLENESS”
Transformation & Renewal: Seeking renewal and transformation as Anglicans, together with the wider church.
Our Values: Upholding God’s vision of society, for community, sharing and relationships, with integrity.
Welcome: Welcoming all, especially the lost and outcast.
Healing: Promoting ministries which seek to bring healing
Others: Celebrating our diversity and differences.
Liturgy and Worship: Exploring our different expressions of joyful and glorious worship.
Evangelism: Leading people of all ages to a personal encounter with the crucified, risen and ascended Lord.
New Roles: Releasing bishops, clergy and people into inspired leadership roles and responsibilities.
Education & Training: Equipping and nurturing our people for ministry and discipleship.
Stewardship: Building accountability for the stewardship of all our resources and committing ourselves to responsible giving.
Spirit-led: Being rooted in the Holy Spirit through prayer, to transform our lives and our communities.
Synod of Bishops to elect new Bishop of Table Bay
The Diocese of Cape Town at its Elective Assembly on 25 July 2019 failed to Elect a Bishop of Table Bay (Suffragan of Cape Town)
and delegated the responsibility to the Synod of Bishops.
The Ven Horace Arenz
Provincial Executive Officer
September 2019 diocesan diary
Tuesday 24th HERITAGE DAY
Wed 25th – Sun 29th TAIZÉ Pilgrimage of Trust
Monday 23rd – 24th Synod of Bishops
(ends at 12h00)
Thursday 24th – 27th Provincial Synod
( starts at 15h30)