Interested in starting a new chapter of Project Transformation in your part of the country? The process starts right here!

Having developed a model of ministry and service with demonstrated effectiveness in changing the lives of children, college-age young adults, and churches, Project Transformation is focused on scaling the model across the United States. Project Transformation operates through a network of independent Chapters that share an affiliation with a national organization. Each chapter is locally supported through the connectional system of the United Methodist Church and many other community partners.


Development Process


Through the support of the Young Clergy Initiative of the UMC’s General Board of Higher Education & Ministry, Project Transformation National was created in 2015 to support and facilitate the expansion of new Chapters and to ensure Project Transformation’s model is developed with fidelity and is operationally sound. Project Transformation National will work closely with interested PT alumni, United Methodist church or conference leaders, and other organizations through the new chapter development process.

I will be the new generation of Christians dedicated to using faith to change the world.
– PT Rio Texas alumnus

As a first step, please review the new chapter development resources below, then contact Eric Lindh at the Project Transformation national office to explore your interests and the feasibility of starting a new Project Transformation Chapter.

Benefits to New Chapters
Guideposts for New Chapter Development
New Chapter Application