Faith-based Networks

Faith-based Networks

Around the world, many groups have been set up to support LGBTI people in various denominations. Here are the ones we know of in Australia.

  • Acceptance Sydney (Catholic)
    Acceptance is a welcoming ministry of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, their family and friends affirming their dignity and Catholic faith.
  • Ambassadors & Bridge Builders International
    Creating understanding and acceptance for LGBTI people and empowering community members by providing education, consultancy, resources, and utilising social and media networks.
  • Changing Attitude Australia (Anglican)
    Promoting Full Inclusion of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex People in the Life of the Anglican Church.
  • The Homecoming Project
    If you’ve been hurt by words spoken from a pulpit, felt oppressed or ostracised just because of who you are, or felt unsure about where to find answers in your quest to reconcile your faith and sexuality, then the Homecoming Project is for you.
  • Gay Christian Network (Non-denominational)
    The Gay Christian Network is a non-profit ministry serving Christians who happen to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, and those who care about them. Though based in the US it has an active Australian community.
  • SDA Kinship (Seventh-Day Adventist)
    SDA Kinship facilitates and promotes the understanding and affirmation of LGBTI Adventists among themselves and within the Seventh-day Adventist community worldwide. They have an active Australian arm.
  • Uniting Network Australia (Uniting)
    Uniting Network Australia is the national network for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people, their families, friends and supporters within the Uniting Church in Australia.