Good Neighbor is now open for inside or outside use.

We are not restricting the size of groups, although as usual, our room capacities and availability will affect group sizes. We do encourage individuals who are not vaccinated for COVID to wear a mask and observe other relevant CDC suggestions; however, Good Neighbor will NOT be monitoring participants’ vaccination status or use of masks. Each group will be responsible for monitoring their members. We will continue to provide sanitation items if groups choose to use them. See information about using our space and our online reservation request form.

Live @ Good Neighbor:

Good Neighbor Waco, a Christian non-profit organization, is seeking singles or married couples to serve an average of 7-10 hours per week in exchange for partially subsidized rent (no children or pets). Resident volunteers live in adjacent buildings; each resident…read more

Welcome to Good Neighbor

Where People Connect in Mutually Enriching Ways

Good Neighbor House is a faith-based organization, responding to Christ’s call for us to love our neighbors as ourselves. In the parable of the Good Samaritan, the “good neighbor” is the one who helps another, despite cultural differences.

In one of the most diverse areas in Waco, our primary goal is to build community among all of our neighbors, as we come together to share our knowledge, experiences, and faith.

What We Do

What is Good Neighbor House? Learn about our Mission and what we aspire to do to achieve it.

Who We Are

Meet our Leadership Team and our Resident Volunteers (RVs). The RVs help care for the house and serve as hosts for events and activities.

Use Our Spaces

Explore the different spaces available for your uses. See how others have used these spaces in the past.

Events and Activities

See the calendar of current and coming events and activities. See previous events and activities.

What's New?

Follow our “blog” to learn about what’s happening. Also, read about Good Neighbor “in the news.”

Support

Consider supporting our work by donating or volunteering.

Learn More

Explore the rich history informing our work and our diverse neighborhood community.

Contact Us

Contact us to schedule events, to ask questions, to share suggestions.

Good Neighbor does not discriminate by race, gender, gender expression, ethnicity, nationality, age or sexual identity. Although we expect volunteers and board members to be Christian in order to follow our mission, activities at Good Neighbor are not restricted by religion.