Our parish is a community of communities, in our diversity we find unity and strength as members of the Body of Christ. Together we belong, grow and connect, the parts working together for the good of the whole body.
Our new parish leadership is collaborative and transparent, encouraging active dialogue between communities where all voices are valued and listened to.
The identity of Eucharistic Communities within the new Parish is respected and the principle of subsidiarity is applied. (Those things that can be decided at the lowest possible level are decided at that level)
Our new parish has a preferential option for the poor, creating conditions for the marginalised voices to be heard, to defend the defenceless, and to assess lifestyles, policies and social institutions in terms of their impact on the poor. This option for the poor does not mean pitting one community against another, but rather, is calls us to strengthen the whole community by assisting those who are most vulnerable.