- the continued faithfulness of worshippers.
- a deep commitment to give service wherever we can.
- an urgent willingness to listen more to those outside the church and radically to re-interpret our traditions in the light of what we hear. This means changing what we do and how we do it, deciding not to change some things and the wisdom to know the difference.
- a refusal to become tribal, defensive and inward looking.
- greater simplicty.
Oh, and many Yorkshire readers will be pleased to know that one of the other Bristish Institutions examined by Matthew Engels is horse racing! (see the Finacial Times 10th June, if you missed it!)