Members of QCT
- Anglican Diocese of North Queensland
- Antiochian Orthodox Church
- Parishes in Queensland
- Armenian Apostolic Church
At present the Armenian Apostolic Church has no established parish in Queensland but sends a delegate to QCT’s general meetings and Executive.
Roman Catholic Church
Romanian Orthodox Church
There is no official website for the Romanian Orthodox Church in Australia. Click here for the global website. On the website Romanian Churches in Australia you will find information in English about the Romanian Orthodox Church in Australia and contacts, though the authors state that this is not an officially endorsed website.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army in Queensland is part of the Eastern Territory (ACT, NSW, Qld). There is no separate website for the Eastern Territory. Click here for details of Queensland corps.
Some member churches have web-pages dedicated to their own ecumenical endeavours.
Border Council of Churches - an Associate Member of Queensland Churches Together
(information on the website of St Cuthbert's Anglican Church, Tweed Heads)
Tasmanian Council of Churches (TCC)
Website with restricted access.
The Northern Territory Council of Churches (NTCC)
Does not currently maintain a website.
Student Christian Movement (ASCM)
Consejo Latinoamericano de Iglesias (Latin American Council of Churches, CLAI)
Conference of European Churches (CEC/KEK)
NATSIEC prayer blog
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ecumenical Commission (NATSIEC) now has a blog on which its prayer diary is posted. Check out this website for the prayer diary and information on current issues relevant to justice for Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders.
National Sorry Day Committee (NSDC)
Jane Resture pages
Lots of history, Mythology etc.
The following links are from the website Share our Pride.
This website was developed by Reconciliation Australia as a resource for employees in industry.
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
The world’s premier institution for information and research about the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
A documentary series that chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of its first people.
ABC’s Indigenous portal
A site with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander news, radio and television stories as well as information on local heroes, arts and events, health and recipes, and education.
Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA)
The TSRA website provides information on the history, governance, and economic, social and cultural development of the Torres Strait region.
This site celebrates and shares the unique culture of the Yolgnu people from Raminginging in Central Arnhem Land.
City of Sydney
This site provides a wealth of information on the Aboriginal history of the City of Sydney.
Koorie Heritage Trust Inc.
A not-for-profit Aboriginal community organisation that aims to protect, preserve and promote the living culture of Aboriginal people of south-eastern Australia.
A 7-part 'choose your own adventure' series set in the central desert of Australia. It uses online characters and friendships to spark an exchange of culture, creativity and experience between non-Indigenous and Indigenous young people.
A network of Indigenous and non-Indigenous young people who have an interest in reconciliation and Indigenous rights issues and those who are active in their communities.
The Australian Human Rights Commission
This site contains a general Q&A about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The facts contain information about population, disadvantage, representative bodies and much more.
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
This is an innovative web resource that makes knowledge and information on Indigenous health easily accessible to inform practice and policy.
The Diverse Australia Program
An Australian Government initiative and replaces the previous Living in Harmony Program.
Multi-Faith Centre at Griffith University
Parliament of the World's Religions (PWR)
The central site of the PWR, with links to a variety of coverage of the Parliament in Melbourne (3-9 December 2009).
Inter-Faith Action for Peace in Africa
Seven major faith traditions working for peace and human rights on the African continent: African Traditional Religions, the Baha’l Faith, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.
Relations with other faiths
This is the name of a special working group of the Uniting Church in Australia National Assembly. Their web page contains resources and links that are very helpful in learning more about this theme. There you can also subscribe to their email updates.
Since 2001, Jubilee Australia has been exposing and challenging the economic policies and practices that are keeping people, communities and countries poor, and putting profits before people.
Based in England but with a global focus, Ekklesia describes itself as “the religion and society think-tank at the interface of culture, spirituality and politics”.
“The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community working for peace and social justice, rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship.”
Irish School of Ecumenics at Trinity College, Dublin