3 Problems. 1 Solution.
Based on a model founded in 1998 in Dallas, Texas, Project Transformation North Georgia launched in 2018 to address three unique challenges with one program: 1) how to meet the academic, physical, social-emotional, and spiritual needs of children from low-income communities, 2) how to provide meaningful ways for college-age young adults to explore ministry opportunities and develop as young principled leaders for the church and the world; and 3) how to help revitalize churches in under-resourced communities.
Our mission is to transform communities by engaging children, college-age young adults, and churches in purposeful relationships.
The Three C’s: Children – College students – Churches. This is a win-win-win formula, but relationships are at the heart of everything we do. It is through relationships that lives are transformed.
Project Transformation’s collaborative model of ministry harnesses the creative energy and leadership of college age young adults, who live in intentional Christian community, and lead summer programs for children in various under-resourced neighborhoods. These programs are hosted by United Methodist churches located in the heart of under-resourced communities, thereby helping those churches connect in meaningful ways with their neighbors. Each week, interns meet with church and nonprofit leaders to explore various ministry-related vocations and spend time discerning their vocational call to life-long service. Many churches and organizations throughout the greater Atlanta area partner together to support this work, investing in these young lives with their time and resources.