FAITH COMMUNITIES
ELIGIBLE FOR STATE FUNDING

It is the Swedish government that decides if a faith community may receive government grants – or not. For an organization to be able to have the opportunity to apply for funding is therefore necessary first to those applying to become a religious community eligible for state funding. Below you will find the faith communities which are qualified :

FREE CHURCHES

  • Interact
  • National Evangelical Missionary Society The Salvation Army
  • Uniting Church in Sweden
  • Pentecostal Movement Seventh-day Adventist Church Swedish Alliance Mission

EASTERN ORTHODOX AND ORIENTAL CHURCHES

  • Armenian Apostolic Church
  • Georgian Orthodox Church
  • Bulgarian Orthodox Church
  • Georgian Orthodox Church
  • Coptic Orthodox Church Eritrean Orthodox Church
  • Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahdo Church
  • Finnish Orthodox Parish in Sweden Greek Orthodox Church
  • Assyrian Church of the East
  • Macedonian Orthodox Church
  • Orthodox Church of Antioch
  • Romanian Orthodox Church
  • Russian Orthodox Church
  • Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Swedish Orthodox Deanery
  • Syrian Orthodox Church

LUTHERAN CHURCHES

  • Norwegian Lutheran Church
  • Estonian Evangelical Lutheran
  • Church Evangelical Lutheran
  • Church of Denmark
  • Hungarian Protestant Church in Sweden
  • Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Swedish Lutheran Mission
  • Icelandic Evangelical Lutheran Church

ISLAMIC ORGANISATIONS

  • Bosnian Islamic community
  • Shia Muslim Alliance in Sweden
  • Swedish Islamic Communities
  • Swedish Muslim Federation
  • Union of Islamic Cultural Centers in Sweden
  • United Islamic Associations in Sweden
  • Islamic Fatwa Association in Sweden

OTHER FAITH COMMUNITES

  • Anglican Church in Sweden
  • Alevi Federation in Sweden
  • Catholic Diocese of Stockholm
  • Mandean Sabian Community
  • Swedish Buddhist Union
  • The Official Council of Swedish Jewish Communities