Institute for Community Justice


Our Mission

Our mission is to restore people and land to God through vehicles of reconciliation. 

Greenville University will engage its constituents in the process of responding and repairing the harm caused by ignorance, greed, unethical behaviors, human neglect, separation from God and the overall exploitation of natural resources and human capital.

Our Goals

  • Increase opportunities for all stakeholders to care for all of creation
  • Cultivate community and justice leaders
  • Unleash a generation of disciples who structurally integrate environmental justice 
  • Facilitate reflection and scholarship that communicates truth and hope from the brokenness

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Heads, Hearts & Hands

The ICJ will focus on using a framework of Heads, Hearts and Hands.

The purpose will be to support programming that will collaboratively create a process for transformation of people, relationships and communities. 

Our Cooperative Process Seeks to:

  • Identify and take steps to repair and/or heal harm and brokenness
  • Involve all stakeholders (students, faculty, staff, alumni, communities, congregations)
  • Transform relationships and the environment by promoting a biblical model of culture.

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Greenville, Illinois 62246-1145
800.345.4440 / 618.664.7100
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