To glorify God and to affirm the Lordship of Jesus Christ and to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom by obeying the Great Commission and to seek to live out the Great Commandment in the power of the Holy Spirit.
We believe that God wants the Diocese to work in unity, characterised by:
1. Congregational worship that is wholehearted, enriching and meaningful celebration.
2. Prayerful dependence on God.
3. Effective biblical preaching and teaching.
4. Exercise of the gifts of the Holy Spirit by all members for the edification of the whole body of Christ and for the extension of the Kingdom of God.
5. Discipleship for all members through small groups in the community.
6. Members both clergy and laity equipped for effective ministry of evangelism and social concerns.
So that the Church will be a church in whose worship there is the joy of the Spirit, in whose preaching there is the authority of the Spirit, in whose service, the gifts of the Spirit are in full use and in whose fellowship there is the love of God.
To encourage missionary partnership through inter-parish ministry and with other churches.
To encourage personal devotion and regular corporate prayer meetings.
To identify and train personnel for the manifold works of ministry like teaching, preaching, evangelism, youth works, pre-marriage and marriage counsellings and so on.
To encourage the parishes to be self-reliant so that they can be self-supporting.
To encourage renewal and restoration to Anglicans in the Diocese.
To identify the unreached and the unchurched.
To build up the body of Christ to become mature and to attain the fullness of Christ.
“To prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4: 12-13