With God’s blessing the number of people drawn to the parish has steadily increased, both those who attend the Divine Liturgy and those who seek the spiritual care of the clergy. With the ordination of two assistant priests now Fr. Chrysostom is aware that, If St. Dunstan’s is to become a centre for the propagation of Orthodox Christianity, the work of restoration must be completed, the parish set on a firm financial footing, and the continuation of the priestly ministry in the future, assured. It is therefore important for the parish to encourage suitable candidates to come forward to study Theology and offer themselves for the sacred ministry. These local circumstances, are to be seen alongside the broader picture and as the Nicene Creed states, there is only ONE, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church; anything else must be part of a fragmentation. In common with the whole Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of The British Isles and Ireland, this parish must hold to a single vision: the Re-hallowing of these islands, calling all into the unity of the One Faith in One Lord.