Provide Christian-based holistic, relationship-based programs that empower the poor and marginalized. Mobilize middle-class Americans to become more compassionately involved among the poor. Seek ways to overcome the systemic issues of social injustice which oppress the poor and marginalized.
Interested or know someone needing help finding a job? Youth in our summer program will attend classes for two weeks & then will receive assistance in getting them placed an employment site for up to 60 hours of on the job training. After an employer has gotten to know you, they’ll decide if you’re a good fit to hire directly. On June 8th come to the Meyer Center at 1226 Washington anytime between 1 PM – 4 PM for orientation & interviews. The first class will run June 9-June 18. If you cannot attend the June 8th orientation, but you CAN attend June 9-18th, please contact Travis Cheatham at 254-753-4900 or email@example.com.
For more information, call 753-4900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
or come on by the store to find that perfect gift for FATHER’S DAY, GRADUATION, BIRTHDAY... NEW ADDITIONAL LOCATION located at The Blue Horse 1525 Austin Ave. in addition to our original location at 15th and Colcord. The Blue Horse location is carrying our fair trade clothing and accessories along with housewares. We are proud to have two locations now serving Waco and central Texas!
Want to spend a summer serving the poor and learning about life? Each summer they come from all over the U.S. to spend about ten weeks “in the trenches” of urban ministry. Mission Waco’s summer internship program has been a life-changer for so many students who wonder where God is directing them. While in Waco, they live in a challenged neighborhood, serve children, youth and adults who are under-resourced, read urban ministry books, and receive mentoring along the way. If you think you might me interested, check out the website.
Charity Navigator Gives Fourth “Exceptional 4-Star Rating “ Mission Waco one of 7% of all non-profits in the nation Charity Navigator <www.charitynavigator.org>, the leading charity evaluator in America, just recognized Mission Waco’s fourth “exceptional” rating for financial and accountability/transparency. The ministry received a combined score of 69.09 out of a possible score of 70. According to their letter, “Only 7% of all charities we rate have received at least 4 consecutive 4-star evaluations, indicating that Mission Waco/Mission World out performs most charities in America.” The recognition is a testament of the hard work and integrity of Mission Waco’s administrative staff and commitment to be “beyond reproach” as a Christian ministry. The organization is also approved by the Better Business Bureau. As community-based organization that relies on donors, volunteers, collaborations, and funders. With over a million non-profits in the US, fiscal accountability has become a critical value for donors. We’re proud you can trust our integrity!
“The Justice Conference || Waco, Texas” JUNE 6 Rogers Engineering and Computer Science Building on Baylor Campus. Watch the video here about the JAMES conference. Baylor is a partner site for the Simulcast of the Conference. The Justice and Mercy Engineering Society (JAMES) is dedicated to helping engineers serve in international development and Christian missions. Too often, lack of access to water and electricity leaves people without their inherent, God-given dignity. JAMES connects engineers with existing ministries and provides training in electricity systems such as solar or micro hydro, water wells, pumps, etc. JAMES is a program of the 501(c)-3 organization Mission Waco Mission World. While it is free, folks must register. Here’s the link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/