Saturday, September 23
While campus finishes its' final week before the 2017 graduates leave, the Perkins Center is starting to make plans for the next incoming class of students with CityQuest 2017.
A highlight of SPU's Orientation, new students set out for a day in service together and to learn from area non-profit organizations about their community and their relationships.
Do you have a project for a group of students? We are looking for CityQuest project sites. For more infomration about CityQuest or to submit a project request: CityQuest 2017.
Summer 2017 with Urban Roots
Emerging high school leaders come explore identiy, purpose and community with us at Urban Roots.
Pray with SPRINT 2017 trips
Students will spend this summer on an international immersion experience. Pray with us for SPRINT 2017 students.
Service, Community & the JPC
Stay connected to the service and engagement of the Perkins Center. Check out the latest campus newsletter
JPC on Media
The Center has some media resources available. Follow us on facebook to see what has been happening in the year. Or keep up on twitter: @SPU_JPCenter.
Founded in 2004, the John Perkins Center is a first of-its-kind partnership between the John and Vera Mae Perkins Foundation of Jackson, Mississippi, Seattle Pacific University, and Christian community leaders throughout the Pacific Northwest. Learn about the John Perkins Center