Pacific Justice Institute works diligently to support churches, church leaders and their members by providing crucial resources to help preserve their mission and protect their rights to share their faith in the workplace, at school, and in their communities. Brad Dacus, founder and president of Pacific Justice Institute is available to speak on the following topics – all free of charge!
One of the most emerging strengths in the world of the American Church we’ve ever seen.
If you like to update your church community with the above topics, please contact us to arrange a speech with PJI’s President Brad Dacus!
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Pacific Justice Institute Offices
Sacramento Legal Office
P.O. Box 276600
Sacramento, CA 95827
Orange County Legal Office
P.O. Box 11630
Santa Ana, CA 92711
SF Bay Area Legal Office
San Jose, CA 95110
Oregon Legal Office
P.O. Box 5229
Salem, OR 97304
Washington Legal Office
P.O. Box 48011
Seattle, WA 98148
Riverside Media Office
Cal Baptist University
We are fully funded by our generous supporters, and we work hard to bring the most effective, quality legal expertise to churches with issues such as taxation, land use and zoning issues, or help with bylaws and other policies.
We provide churches with valuable resources for leadership and members to legally share their faith.
Thanks to our dedicated attorneys, we defend the rights of countless individuals, families & churches without charge.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT PJI?
Pacific Justice Institute was successful in helping this church to stay in their building.--
Mercy Way Rescue ministers to the rural poor in the mountain community of Placerville, California. The city’s planning commission recently denied their conditional use permit application. Pacific Justice Institute has stepped in to fight to keep it open.--
“Pacific Justice Institute is providing an important service to the people of our country by defending our constitutional right to freedom of religious expression. The institute fills a critical need on the West Coast for those whose civil liberties are threatened.”-Former USA Attorney General, Edwin Meese-