Progressive Communities

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This series is part of the Jesus Then and Now project.

Progressive Faith Communities

Finding a progressive faith community can be a challenge, and is the task of fashioning and sustaining a local faith community that is intentionally progressive ...

Please use this space to provide links to web pages for progressive faith communities.

You may also create a page for your own faith community within this wiki site. If you choose to do this, please create a link to the new page from this page, and also include the following line at the top of your new page:

  • "This page is part of the Progressive Communities series."

As the number of communities listed here builds up, we will choose one community to be featured each week.

Aotearoa New Zealand

  • Alternative Faith Communities Network [1]
  • Davenport: St Paul's Presbyterian



  • Curtin: St James Uniting Church

New South Wales

  • Charis Faith Community (Sydney) [2]
  • Pitt Street: Pitt St Uniting Church

Northern Territory


South Australia



  • Canterbury: St David's Uniting Church [5]
  • East Malvern: Ewing Memorial Uniting Church
  • North Balwyn: St Aidan's Uniting Church [6]

Western Austalia


United States of America

  • TCPC Directory of Churches [7]
  • Bethesda, MD: Briggs Memorial Baptist Church [p]
  • Colorado Springs, CO: First Congregational UCC [8]
  • Dillon, CO: Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church [9]
  • San Diego, CA: Church Alumni Associationb [10]
  • San Francisco, CA: St James Episcopal Church [11]
  • San Rafael, CA: Spiritual ThinkTank [12]