Cheon Shim Won Heavenly USA




JUNE 5th - 26th, 2024


"When you are setting your goal, be sure to consider the entire world. …think which country and which situation would be most appropriate for you.”


Making way for global citizens to practice Jeong Seong and creating roads to new futures.


Through the practice of the word, form bonds of heart and find your calling.

  • Date & Schedule
    1. 06/05 ~ 06/26/23
      1. Traveling days: 4 Days
      2. Service Project days: 11 Days
      3. Sightseeing days: 6 Days
      4. Total days: 21 Days
  • Location
    1. Primary Accommodation
      1. Barlastone Church
    2. Secondary Accommodation
      1. Mr. Cho’s Farm and other

*Some scheduled service projects and sightseeing will have their own accommodations. *

  • Who can participate?
    1. Minimum age limit: 18
    2. Maximum age limit: 39
    3. Able to take responsibility over oneself.
  • Participation Fee
    1. $3,500 per Individual
      1. The Fee covers 21 days’ worth of accommodation, food, travel, sightseeing, service project material, etc.… and Flight to Lusaka, Zambia.

*Down Payment is available upon request. *

  • Down Payments
    1. Initial deposit of $1,000 required.
      1. Please communicate with the coordinator for best options in down payments.
      2. Down Payment examples:
        1. $500 per month. Payment completes in September.
        2. $200 per month. Payment completes in December.
  • Flight
    1. We will be traveling as a group from LAX Int. Airport. 

*Participants are required to buy their own flight tickets to these specific locations. *

  • How to apply
    1. You can send an application through the America Africa Project Webpage on Cheon Shim Won Website. (
      1. The staff will contact the applicant to have an interview once they have received the application. The interview is to get to know the applicant and what interested them about the America Africa Project.
    2. Application deadline:
      1. June 1st, 2024
  • What to bring
      1. 7~9 sets of clothes. (We will have opportunities to wash our clothes once a week.)
      2. Hat
      3. Sleeping bag
      4. Sunglasses
      5. Sunscreen 
      6. Insect repellent with DEET to protect against mosquitoes.
      7. Comfortable and sturdy shoes for walking or hiking. Closed Toe Shoes are recommended.
      8. Necessary prescribed medication. (This is a drug free program. Please let Staff know if you need to take medication regularly, have allergies, difficulty moving, etc.…)
      9. Money for gift shopping. (We will have opportunities to do gift shopping.)
      10. Travel documents like your passport and visa.
      11. A reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.
      12. A universal power adapter to charge your electronics.
      13. Material Donation. (Education materials, storage devices, phones, tech equipment, etc.…)
  • Vaccination and Precaution.
    1. No required vaccination to travel from the U.S. to Zambia or Zambia to the U.S.
    2. There are recommended vaccines and precautions however. Please visit the CDC website for more information. (
  • Other information
    1. If you cannot come but would still like to support, you can support through giving a donation through this link. (

Picture of Zambia Community Buildings

School, Temple, and Education Center

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  Africa America Project or AAP, is an CSW initiative that aims to connect people to  Africa thru bonds of heart.

    This will be a trip to Zambia, Africa from the 13th to the 28th of March where participants will have the opportunity to experience daily life there, help in service projects and learn about other cultures.

        This time around AAP will only be accepting young adults aged 18+

    Participants are expected to cover their own flight expenses. 

    Interested individuals may apply for sponsorship.


In practicing the word and living for the sake of others, find your life’s calling.

AAP will provide a means for it’s participants to experience the rich culture and beauty of Africa while partaking in service projects and understanding a greater reality.

In less than a month, re-access your life and figure out what it means to be a global citizen. The world is your stage, where will you have the greatest impact?

The United States of America stands in the position of an elder son nation in relation to all other nations, specially in the aspect that it is in the position to give guiance and help to it’s “sibling nations”.

Among them the countries of Africa stand out. Their is a heartistic debt which USA has towards Africa. Now is the time to give back.

AAP is an opportunity to experience the rich culture and beauty of Africa while partaking in service projects and connecting with our global family.

An opportunity to re-access your life, find a renewed sense of gratitude. And to find your life’s calling.

Travel  requirements.

A passport is required to enter Zambia

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required for Zambia

Proof of pre-departure COVID-19 test is not required

Quarantine is not required

No other vaccines are required

AAP is an exchange program between America and Africa guided by True Parents direction.

This project will grant an opportunity for individuals to find ones self value and their life calling thru acts of service, thru seeing a different reality and experiencing new cultures. Changing the way you see the world and expanding ones horizon. But most of all it will connect America and Africa via bonds of heart. And all in one summer, compared to other year long programs.

This program will contain visits to farms, school, clinic and a safari. It also seeks to bring capable youth from Africa to come study in the USA. For our first Project we will be going to Zambia, a country that has a lot of foundation.

Registration for AAP closes on June 4

Why Zambia? It’s relatively developed, it’s a safe country, spoken language is english, and our movement has a Lot of foundation there.

AAP 2024 Calendar!

AAP 2023 Calendar (Outdated)