Missions Week 2023 took over Baylor's campus from October 2-5. Join us as we recap each day of Missions Week.
On Tuesday, August 8th, 2023, a combination of catastrophic drought conditions and strong winds from Hurricane Dora sparked fires on three sides of Maui, Hawaii. Here's how you can help.
Devastating earthquakes in February 2023 have tragically impacted the people of Turkey and Syria. Looking for ways to help? Here's some ideas: https://www.baylor.edu/missions/turkey
The 2023 MLK Week of Service will be January 16th - 20th through a collection drive. Your generous donations will benefit Unbound Now Waco, an agency that supports survivors and resources the community to fight human trafficking. Donations may be delivered to Bronda Hayes at the Unbound Now Waco offices. Please contact Bronda Hayes to schedule your drop-off time.
Join Baylor Missions for a trip this May! With a wide variety of options, there is something for everyone. Learn about refugee care and sustainable resources in Germany, join Campus Rec with sports ministry options in Costa Rica, help animals at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Utah. Look at all the options at https://www.baylor.edu/missions/index.php?id=970472
Baylor Missions Week 2022 kicks off Monday, Sept. 26, 2022 with more than 35 organizations presenting opportunities to grow, love, and serve in Waco and the world.
Dedicate your Fall Break to serving communities impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Baylor Missions Week 2021 kicks off Monday, Sept. 27, 2021 with more than 35 organizations presenting opportunities to grow, love, and serve in Waco and the world.
What does it look like for law enforcement in our country to uphold and promote equal justice under the law for all Americans, and to eliminate practices that have adversely affected individuals based on their gender and/or the color of their skin?
Local non-profit organizations, charities, community associations, and food trucks are invited to to participate in the inaugural Love Local Fest at Baylor University on Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021.
This Fall Baylor University led the initiative to serve G.W Carver Middle School after a devastating fire that that burned through the building.
A celebration of saying 'yes' to a lifelong journey with God and neighbor.
Join the FREERICE Competition online June 28 - July 9, 2021 to get smarter, support the UN World Food Programme, and...BEAT TCU!
Baylor students will join forces with World Hunger Relief Farm in Waco, TX for the 4th Annual Interfaith Regional Gathering IRG.
Camp Blessing Texas a non-profit Christian organization that services individuals with special needs, seeking paid interns.
The Baylor Bear Aid Team needs help handing out face masks and welcoming students back to campus.
Baylor students ministered to Peruvians despite the challenges brought by coronavirus.
“How can we have good conversations when everything is so political and politicized?” I must admit that I feel sadness when hearing this question because “politics” should mean accomplishing important work and decisions together as a society and as a community.
The first virtual Baylor Missions Week kicks off on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, and extends through Friday, Sept. 18, 2020!
Baylor Missions & Public Life invites missions and ministry organizations to join us for the 2020 Baylor Missions Fair scheduled for Monday, September 14, 2020!
Baylor is providing students, faculty, and staff with a Family First Welcome Kit which will include Baylor-branded face coverings (2), hand sanitizer, a thermometer, a water bottle, a clear drawstring bag, COVID-19 Student Guide, and coupons from local vendors and eateries.
Summer of Solidarity (SOS) seeks to elevate the difficult, uncomfortable but important conversations, regarding race, privilege, violence and conciliation in America.
Baylor Missions scheduled to host virtual Netflix Party viewing of National Geographic docuseries, The Story of Us with Morgan Freeman, Season 1, Episode 3: "The Story of Love."
"Put simply, we serve because one day we will need to be served." | Baylor junior Aaron Rodriguez shares his Spring Break #BearsOnMission experience.
Social distancing doesn't have to stop your service! In fact, many non-profit and service organizations could use volunteers now more than ever. Here are some opportunities to serve from home.
As of March 5, 2020, all Baylor Missions teams are still cleared to travel by Baylor Global Safety and Security and Baylor Mission
Baylor University’s Department of Public Safety and Center for Global Engagement continue to monitor the latest information on coronavirus (COVID-19) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Department of State. This resource page provides the latest updates on COVID-19 and any impact to the Baylor University campus and/or University-sponsored travel.
WACO, Texas (Feb. 26, 2020) – Spring Break is often a time for rest, relaxation, and renewal, but not for nine teams comprised of 150 Baylor University students, faculty and staff.
Alumna Sara Stephens went on a medical humanities mission trip as a Baylor undergraduate student in 2014. Four years later, she is on track to complete a Masters of Public Health with a major in epidemiology and a concentration in maternal and child health...
Picking a mission trip through Baylor or another missions sending organization can be intimidating but here are some questions to consider that can help you find the right spot.
Mission trips can be a life-changing experience. On the other side of that awesomeness, the transition home or back to school can be tricky....