The Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) is a Christian political lobby group that operates in the Federal Parliament, and in all the State and Territory Parliaments.
The vision of ACL is to see Christian principles and ethics accepted and influencing the way people of Australia are governed, do business and relate to each other as a community.
The ACL aims to foster a more compassionate, just and moral society by seeking to have the positive public contributions of the Christian faith reflected in the political life of the nation.
The ACL, established in 1995, operates in the Federal Parliament, and in all the State and Territory Parliaments, and is neither party partisan nor denominationally-aligned.
The ACL does not seek to be the peak political voice for the church, but to be a professional witness to Christ in the Australian Parliaments which allows for the voice of the church and individual Christians to be more respectfully received in the public square.