Project Transformation Tennessee began organizing in 2010 using the model of a United Methodist-based ministry that has recruited college-age interns to serve urban and rural neighborhoods in and around Dallas, Texas, since 1998. Several college students who interned with Project Transformation in Texas felt called by God to introduce and support the ministry in their home state of Tennessee, where United Methodist leaders in the Tennessee Annual Conference quickly embraced the multi-faceted program.

In 2012, Project Transformation Tennessee launched in Nashville with 24 college interns, 27 sponsoring churches and more than 200 children. Since that time, Project Transformation Tennessee has served more than 2,000 children in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Memphis, and Clarksville through the ministry of 230 young adults.

Project Transformation Tennessee is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

In Tennessee, God is opening doors to this ministry on a daily and weekly basis. Keep checking back. Our story is just beginning.