· Address current challenges to the faith (persecution and poverty, militant Islamism, aggressive secularism);
· Listen to each other and support the most vulnerable among us (physically that’s the Africans, spiritually that’s us);
· Make plans and decisions together, praise and mourn together, pray and resolve together;
· Return to our churches stimulated, encouraged and resourced for mission.
· Serve the Anglican Communion with its wonderful history and its self-governing provinces, held together by a common Christian faith and deep bonds of spiritual fellowship, shared mission and exchange of ministry across the world;
· Offer the strongest, some would say the only, effective remaining glue that holds this precious unity intact, now that the structural four instruments no longer do the job;
· Promote a dynamic mission, and counter inauthentic expressions that depart from a biblically ordered faith.
Source: Anglican Mainstream