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Kingdom Justice Summit 2024

March 9 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM CST

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What does Kingdom justice look like? How is such justice being pursued in Madison, Wisconsin and Dane County? 

Upper House is pleased to partner with Collaboration Project for the tenth annual Kingdom Justice Summit. This year we are exploring Hospitality as Justice and addressing the question: How might God be calling us to practice hospitality that can change lives and transform our communities? Joining us will be national speakers, local practitioners, and committed believers and community members who bring wisdom and inspiration to this question.

Please join us so that we may increase in doing justice and loving mercy, for the good of all people.

Saturday, March 9

9:00 AM -3:00 PM | Summit Sessions | Upper House

8:30 AM – Upper House doors open

9:00 AM – Summit begins with Plenary 1

10:25 AM – Break

10:40 – Plenary 2

11:50 – Lunch Break

1:00 – Breakout Sessions

2:00 – Panel

3:00 – Commissioning and Dismissal

More Detailed Schedule here.


6:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Dinner Groups | Homes across Dane County

Come together with others for a delicious meal and a justice-centered liturgy around the table. Attendees will be grouped based on proximity to hosts. Adult-only and kid-friendly options are available.


REGISTRATION — Register at KJS Website.

Dinner Groups — Deadline is March 1

Adult (14+): $15.00

Child (13 and under): $5.00

Kingdom Justice Summit at Upper House — Deadline is March 6

Adult Rate: $55

Full-time Student: $35



Full bios available here.

Rebecca Cooks, Hospitality and Student Enrichment Manager at Upper House

Andy and Jenny Czerkas, founders and Directors of Extended Hands Pantry

Aaron Hicks, Community Advocate advancing the cessation of mass incarceration in Wisconsin

Christine Jeske, Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Wheaton College

Andy Kim, leader of The Ministry Playbook and trainer for InterVarsity’s Multiethnic Initiatives

Kriss Marian, conservationist, farm stay host, and nonprofit media specialist

Amanda Edwards and Linell Muse, married pastors; Linell serves as Worship Pastor for Door Creek Church

Isaiah Oby, Associate Pastor at Northside Christian Assembly (NCA)

Alina Puente, visual artist, mother, wife, creative director, pastor, and design studio owner

Tia Sierra, Pastor, Principal of Lighthouse Christian School

David Smith Jr., professional musician and Worship Leader at Northside Christian Assembly

Rebeca Stenson, missionary and thought leader in hospitality

Samuel Twum, Lead Pastor, Living Springs Church

Jean-Rene Watchou, Director of International Outreach at Christ Presbyterian Church and founder of the Community Immigration Law Center

Aaron White, author of Recovering: From Brokenness and Addiction to Blessedness and Community (Baker Publishing, 2020)

Qwantese Dourese Winters, doula, writer, agriculturist, and co-host of PBS Wisconsin’s “Let’s Grow Stuff”




March 9
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM CST
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