Each year we receive hundreds of requests for U.S. MAPS assistance on Assemblies of God church or ministry projects. If you are interested in becoming a church team or an RV Volunteer please e-mail us for more information.
What does it take to qualify as a U.S. MAPS project? Each project is evaluated based on the following criteria. Please e-mail us for a consultation regarding your speciﬁc needs and to request an application.
Does U.S. MAPS only work on district-supervised churches?
Not at all! U.S. MAPS works on sovereign Assemblies of God churches, district campgrounds, Teen Challenge centers, Assemblies of God colleges and universities, and other Assemblies of God-related facilities.
Does U.S. MAPS only work on Assemblies of God-related projects?
Yes. U.S. MAPS is part of the Assemblies of God U.S. Missions division, and we focus our efforts on providing project assistance to Assemblies of God owned or afﬁliated projects.
If our project is approved, when can we expect RVers and church teams to arrive?
The arrival of work teams depends upon several factors:
What are our responsibilities as an approved U.S. MAPS project?
You are required to:
Are we required to provide food for the RVers and church teams?
Not unless you want to provide a few meals. You may choose to include the RVers and church teams in functions or gatherings at your church, but it is not required.
Are we expected to compensate individual RVers for the services they perform or the labor they provide?
No. Our RVers are volunteers and are providing their services and labor at your site as a donation to your church or ministry. Our RVers and church teams believe in the work of the church!
If you are in need of a U.S. MAPS approved architect for your project, we encourage you to contact Godwin and Associates. Please click the image below to view their website.
If you have additional questions about becoming a church project, please e-mail us.