Citizens for Public Justice Searching for New Executive Director


After ten years of service with Citizens for Public Justice in Ottawa, Ontario, Joe Gunn is finishing his tenure as Executive Director.  CPJ is beginning a search for a new ED to promote biblical justice public policy in Canada. CPJ was founded and funded by members of the Christian Reformed Church in Canada and has grown to be a respected ecumenical voice for social justice advocacy. This position entails working with a talented and dedicated staff of policy analysts who work in three particular areas of research and advocacy: poverty eradication, refugee rights and creation justice and care. Here is the link to CPJ's posting announcement, which can also direct interested persons to the full job description: 

If you are interested in this position yourself or have suggestions or recommendations for potential candidates, please contact CPJ and/or email me at

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Can someone who knows tell me the precise (theoretical and practical) relationship between the(Canadian) CPJ and the CRCNA?

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CPJ is an organization on the list of synodically-approved causes for which CRC congregations may take offerings. There has never been any other "official relationship" (if I understand you correctly) b/w the CRC and CPJ. As noted in a CRC news release last week by Chris Meehan, CPJ was founded by CRC members, though currently its membership has and supporters belong to several different denominations.


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Thanks Jim.  Sounds similar to the American CPJ (Center for Public Justice).