Builders For Christ
Builders For Christ
Your church has a heart for reaching the lost and connecting them to their Savior. We can assist you with your mission. If your church is looking to expand a worship space, remodel a school classroom, or start anything construction-related, consider partnering with us.
For nearly three decades now, our Builders For Christ volunteers have lent a helping hand on construction projects all across the United States—and even internationally—so that more people can connect with God. Our volunteer teams travel to construction sites and supply the extra hands and feet your church, school, or organization needs to complete a project on time.
Attendance at church events has grown by 28% on average after project completion.*
Nearly 4,000 people served in 2020.
The number of members engaged in outreach activities grew by 84.4%, on average.*
Download the Partnering with Builders For Christ guide and read through it to understand our process and procedures.
Work to complete the necessary tasks as outlined in the downloadable guide before submitting your application. If you need help with your construction planning process, our PCPA service can help.
When your tasks are complete, submit your application using the form below.
Please note that we typically only accept two building projects in the northern United States for summer and two in the southern United States for winter.
Winter project submission deadline: August 1
Summer project submission deadline: January 1
If you have a building project but don’t know where to start, we can help. For a fee, our Pre-Construction Process Advisory (PCPA) service can assist you through the entire planning process including land/building acquisition, project development, planning, and more. Download our Partnering with Builders For Christ guide to learn more.
Jeff Ulman, Director of Kingdom Workers Construction, oversees Builders For Christ and Build Up: Mentoring Teens in Trades. Before coming to Kingdom Workers, Jeff spent 30+ years in the construction business. When he's not working on a building project, he's helping coach a local baseball team or spending time with his family.
*Based on a 2016 survey of four churches