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Communities of faith pursuing justice and grace. 

As the body of Christ, the church is yearning to see this world transformed by the goodness, beauty, and justice that God intends for all people and creation. 

The church is called by Jesus to take up its prophetic vocation and be part of God’s redeeming work in the world. The church is called to love, service and action. 

We want to partner with your church to help justice and goodness roll down in Australia. 

When you join Common Grace as a Church Partner your faith community will receive support and guidance to pursue Jesus and justice. You will be led and informed by the voices and perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian Leaders to listen deeply to stories of injustice and join like-minded churches to take unified actions for change. 

Common Grace will help you to inspire, equip and mobilise your church so that together we help move Australia towards greater justice and grace. One church alone can have a powerful and positive influence but hundreds working together can change a nation. 

To find out more about how your church can join Common Grace, fill out this short form and someone from the Common Grace team will be in touch with you shortly. 


Church Partnership Testimonials


“Partnering with Common Grace and meeting with other church partners, has enabled Engadine Uniting Church to be involved with bigger projects, share innovative ideas and encourage each other so we can live our mission as ‘A fellowship of reconciliation, living God's love and acting for the common good to build a just and compassionate community.”


1.png Engadine Uniting Church on the lands of the Dharawal people in NSW. 


We partner with Common Grace as we believe it is a well run grassroots organisation combining both lobbying and practical initiatives in key areas of mission and social justice, such as Indigenous and refugee people and climate justice. We especially value the wonderful resources available that can be used in services and small groups to educate and encourage involvement in these areas.”
St Hilary’s Anglican Church on the lands of the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Bunurong Boon Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin in VIC. 


Partnering with Common Grace has given our congregation and community access to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices that we otherwise would not hear and through the use of Common Grace resources and events, we have experienced a ministry from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people which we highly value. Many of us have also enjoyed using the devotional materials during Lent and Advent. Living out our community life of faith in God has been enriched through supporting Common Grace initiatives, including the core issues of justice and reconciliation.”

St Michael’s North Carlton Anglican Church on the lands of the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Bunurong Boon Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin in VIC. 


Common Grace thanks our current Church Partners: Ashburton Baptist Church, Avalon Baptist Peace Memorial, Berowra Baptist Church, Canberra Baptist Church, Central Church Port Kembla Engadine Uniting, Essendon Baptist Church, Gosford Anglican, H30, Hinterland Chapel, New City Church, NewCity Baptist Church, Newtown Mission, Northside Baptist Church, St George's Paddington Anglican, PlentyLife Anglican Church, Southern Cross Community Church Etham, St Hilary's Anglican Church, St James Anglican Church Glen Iris, St Michael's North Carlton Anglican, Steeple Church, Wellspring, and Wonthaggi & Inverloch Uniting Church.