Good faith and advice in Winston Hills
The 'Faith in Our Future' Blog reports that about 70 Parishioners attended the pastoral planning consultation at St Paul the Apostle Winston Hills on Friday 23 March.
One of the many issues raised at the consultation was that in the cut and thrust of parish life, it is an often small number of people that are involved in leadership and service. Active ministers are also often involved in more than one ministry, balance a number of parish, personal and professional responsibilities, and therefore the risk of weariness, burn out and the routinisation of ministry was ever present.
It followed that there was an expressed need to invite others into service, not simply, however, to avoid fatigue but also so that the gifts and potential of innumerable others might enrich the community as a whole.
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