Project Advance

Advancing the mission effectiveness of the Central Territory

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Project Advance.

What is Project Advance?

Project Advance is the process of reorganizing the territory into eight divisions, with more area command and coordinator offices, to better advance the mission effectiveness of the USA Central Territory. It’s the result of a comprehensive two-year process of review and analysis.

When will the reorganization take place?

The Central Territory’s reorganization will be implemented on July 1, 2022.

How should Project Advance encourage the average soldier in a corps? How can I engage?

Soldiers are on the frontline of Salvation Army ministry, service, positive community involvement and transformational impact. We are asking soldiers to pray, stay informed and communicate with their Change Agents as we look for ways to better resource our corps ministries.

Town Hall Meeting

On February 3, 2022, a virtual territory-wide Town Hall Meeting about Project Advance was held. If you weren’t able to make it, please watch this informative video and read the Q&As about the territory’s reorganization.

Area Commands and Coordination

An important component of the territory’s reorganization is the creation of area commands and coordination to help maximize ministry and financial resources. Please view the map below for more information.


A Change Agent Network has been created to support Project Advance. It represents an effective two-way communication pathway. Change Agents can help answer questions and communicate your insights and feedback.

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Going the distance together

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