Arborlawn is excited to be a partner church this summer for Project Transformation, a new and worthy ministry to the Central Texas Conference. Project Transformation provides summer camp opportunities for underserved children and families in our area while also providing leadership development for young United Methodists in college.

Here is how Project Transformation describes what they do on their website:

“Every year, hundreds of college age young adults commit a summer or year of their lives to serve and build relationships with children and youth from low-income communities, live in intentional community, and explore a call to ministry and service. Through the power of relationships and by leveraging a unique collaboration with local churches and community partners, Project Transformation equips young adults for leadership in the church and the world, empowers children to achieve their God-given potential, and supports churches in being in ministry with their neighbors.”

You can learn more about this great ministry at

Here is how you can be involved with Project Transformation:

  • READ WITH CHILDREN: We will provide volunteers to read with children the mornings of July 10-13 at host church, University UMC on Berry St. You can volunteer for the whole week or individual days depending on your schedule. Hours of volunteering are 9:30 am – 12:00 pm. Use the registration form below to register as a volunteer. Requirements: 1) Be able to read. 2) Be 14 years or older. 3) Be Ministry Safe certified (18+). Instructions for completing Ministry Safe training will be provided following your registration.
  • FEED COLLEGE STUDENTS: We are asking groups in the church to provide meals for around 30 college students who are working with Project Transformation. We are hoping to provide at least 2 meals. If your Sunday School, small group, or other group would like to participate, email Nick Scott at Nick can provide you with available dates.

If you have questions about Project Transformation and how you can be involved, email Nick Scott at

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