Common Grace is a movement of people pursuing Jesus and justice.

A grassroots movement that’s navigating denominational, theological, and political differences to come together for the common good, discover common ground and share in common grace. 

Responding to Jesus’ call to love our neighbour, members share the same goals: to listen to stories of injustice, equip individuals and communities, and mobilise Christians to undertake meaningful action to bring about change.

With a core team of thought leaders, creators and campaigners, Common Grace delivers a range of services including events, consulting, education and practical resources designed to bring Jesus and justice to the centre of everyday life. Collectively, and through its leadership, the movement is raising a generous Christian voice in the public conversation.

Common Grace’s initiatives are recognised for creating space for national truth-telling, amplifying the voices of people living injustice, and inviting people to relationship and to take action. Initiatives include Change The Heart, Aboriginal Sunday, Palm Sunday for Refugees, National Reconciliation Week, Refugee Week, NAIDOC Week, Season of Creation, and the UN day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.