Mission Statement

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.

Upcoming Events

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No Need Among You Conference- October 15-17 in Austin <>
Hundreds of Christians gather to learn how to impact their communities.
Outstanding speakers, 42 workshops, ministry tours, and even prayer and dialogue on the Texas State Capitol steps will motivate attendees to make a difference for the poor and marginalized of their communities. Details and registration information are on the website for this affordable conference.




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Jubilee Music Festival- Saturday, October 25, 10:00-2:00
Grammy-award winning “Biscuit Brothers” return; Karaoke, games & music galore
Families and friends are welcome backed to the annual music festival with music from the children’s favorite and TV stars, the Biscuit Brothers, all in the streets of N. 15th (near Colcord Ave). Home Abstract Title Company and The CENTER are helping make it all possible. There is a karaoke contest, musicians in both the Jubilee Theatre and Fair Trade Mkt, and games and activities in the street…all free for local families. Spread the word and hold the date!


Jubilee Theatre Opens For Fall Productions and Activities <>
“Act Out” and “The Piano Lesson” (11/14-16)
Jubilee Theatre kids may show up anywhere this year as they begin their first “theatre in the streets” program, called “ACT OUT.” Five selected children and mentors will take their short vignettes into local businesses, streets, and even laundromats across Waco to perform short skits. Watch for them! But also be sure to get tickets for the outstanding performances this fall in the Jubilee Theatre. In November,  August Wilson’s play, “The Piano Lesson” will premiere.  Tickets are available online at the link below. The outstanding performances are open to the community.


Poverty Simulation Dates
Intensive weekend experience held 16x a year
One weekend can change your life. Don’t believe us? You can ask some of the thousands of participants, ages 13-85, who have experienced the full weekend training. Each year, hundreds of students and adults attend one of the sixteen weekends to learn more about the realities of poverty through a blend of experience and information. Details and cost of the weekend and how to register your group are here on the website.
October 24-26
November 7-9
February 6-8; 27-March 1
March 20-22
April 10-12; 24-26

Charity Navigator Gives Fourth “Exceptional 4-Star Rating “
Mission Waco one of 7% of all non-profits in the nation
Charity Navigator <>, 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!

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