Perhaps you are someone living with HIV, or affected by HIV or concerned you might be at risk of getting the virus.
You may be a member of a church, school or faith community, eager to create a place of welcome for those living with, and affected by HIV.
You may want to understand and educate yourself and others on how Christians can, and do, navigate church and theology with an HIV diagnosis.
You might be worried about a friend, family member, colleague, patient, church member and want to understand more and be able to signpost them to a safe space.

Positive Faith resource is for you. It is original material free to use and download and share. We also share other resources that are relevant and useful. The resource features many people who are living with HIV and have a Christian faith, speaking openly and honestly – to heighten awareness and to reach out pastorally.

The Positive Faith project began its journey as a follow up to the CAPS commissioned short film – ‘Love Tenderly, Act Justly.’

In this article David Stewart SJ explores how Positive Faith is helping people in the UK living with HIV.

Positive Faith has featured prominently in Pastoral Review and  Catholic News Sites