He was responding to claims from actress Ellen Page that his church "hates a certain group of people".
"It has recently been suggested that I belong to a church which "hates a certain group of people" and is 'infamously anti-LGBTQ.' Nothing could be further from the truth".
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor was grateful for the support the Hillsong Church gave him without judgement when he was going through his divorce from Anna Faris - the mother of his six-year-old son Jack - and insists he has never seen the spiritual organisation discriminate against anyone. "I go to a church that opens their doors to absolutely everyone".
'They helped me tremendously offering love and support.
While the church's official stance on LGBTQ issues is unclear, Pratt added that, though his faith is important, "no church defines me or my life, and I am not a spokesman for any church or any group of people".
What actually does define him, according to the star, are his own personal values which include the freedom for anyone to love anyone, free from any judgment from 'their fellow man'.
Pratt also called for more love and less hate in the world!
Actor Chris Pratt poses for the media to open the Lego pop-up cafe The Coffee Chain in, London, Friday, Feb. 1, 2019. He is a God of love, acceptance and forgiveness.
"Being anti LGBTQ is wrong, there aren't two sides", she said.
Page noted that the church, which Hillsong's founder, Brian Houston, articulated in an August 2015 blog post, declares: "We do not affirm a gay lifestyle". The damage it causes it severe. It's a attractive and life changing feeling, empathy.
Neither has named which church it is in their correspondence, but Pratt, 39, responded on his Instagram story to defend his place of worship.
"We do not affirm a gay lifestyle and because of this we do not knowingly have actively gay people in positions of leadership, either paid or unpaid", he said in a post on the church's website.