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The Center for Public Justice is constantly hosting events ranging from webinars and online conversations to trainings. View our previous events by clicking here.




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State of CPJ

Zoom Meeting

Please join us as Stephanie Summers, CPJ's CEO, discusses current programming, our 2023 milestones, and our new strategic plan for 2024 and beyond. Get a comprehensive overview of our 2023 Annual Report, highlighting stories of God's faithfulness and transformation. As a valued partner, we are grateful for your support and want to share highlights of […]

Friends of CPJ Dinner Grand Rapids

Prince Conference Center at Calvin University 1800 E Beltline Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI

You’re invited to the Friends of CPJ Dinner on Thursday, April 4, 2024, at the Prince Conference Center at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, MI. Please join us to spend time with friends and learn about the ongoing work of CPJ as we continue to equip pastors, Congressional staffers, young people, and citizens to shape […]

27th Annual Kuyper Lecture: In Search of the Radical Middle – Navigating Populism and Progressivism

Prince Conference Center at Calvin University 1800 E Beltline Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI

The Center for Public Justice (CPJ) presented its 27th Annual Kuyper Lecture, featuring Hans-Martien ten Napel, Ph.D., on the topic "In Search of the Radical Middle: Navigating Populism and Progressivism." The lecture took place on Thursday, April 4, 2024, at 7:30 pm ET at the Great Hall of Calvin University's Prince Conference Center in Grand Rapids, MI. Hans-Martien explored the political landscape in the US and Europe, addressing the challenges posed by populism and progressivism. How should Christians navigate these political shifts? What insights can be gained from neo-Calvinist thought? This engaging discussion aims to illuminate a path forward, drawing […]

Community Call: Courage in the Face of Hopelessness

Zoom Meeting

Facing the upcoming election can feel like a daunting task. Fear and polarization have challenged our understanding of what it means to live in community with each other. Churches have split, families divided, and communities filled with strife due to political disagreement. Many are now familiar with the repercussions of divisive conversations, but silence and […]

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