“Thank you for your most recent contribution in the amount of $200 to Feed My Sheep, Muncie, Inc.  Your gift made it possible for us to serve and deliver over 1,200 meals on Thanksgiving this year to those in need. Your gift and continued support are a wonderful example of generosity in our community. It is this type of love that makes it possible for us to continue this amazing outreach year after year.” ~Peggy Fisher, Chair, 2015 Feed My Sheep, Inc.

“Thank you so much for spreading the joy of the Christmas season with the children who reside at the Youth Opportunity Center (YOC). Your generous gift of $150 will make Christmas brighter for two children. Imagine the excitement, the joy, and the smiles on their faces when they unwrap their presents knowing that someone has remembered them this Christmas.” ~Polly Craig, Executive Director, YOC


Christian Ministries Sleeping Room Men and Staff  $150 in gift cards


  1. CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES SLEEPING ROOM: The week of January 10-16, 2016. Each day, Hazelwood will provide two meals…breakfast, 6-7 a.m., and supper, 6-7 p.m.  There are several ways to help: you may bring food to the shelter already prepared, you may prepare and serve what is available at the shelter, or you may provide the food and someone else will deliver and serve it for you. This is an important outreach of our church, so please prayerfully consider helping.  For additional information, please contact Shirley Bookout at 744-1207.
  2. WALK-A-MILE IN MY SHOES: The Muncie Mission’s 12th annual Walk-A-Mile in My Shoes is February 13, 2016. (If inclement weather, it will be on February 20, 2016). Proceeds will support the Mission’s ongoing commitment towards building hope for a better tomorrow. Sign-up to walk, or to support a walker with your contribution, begins Sunday, January 17 and will continue through February 7 in the Rotunda. Their hope depends on us- prayerfully consider where you can help.
  3. A BETTER WAY: A Better Way is in need of volunteers. Their suicide hotline is expanding as a regional backup center to handle calls nationwide and is expected to receive more than 30,000 calls in the next year. They would like teams of three to four people from the congregation to commit to a two to three hour shift one evening per week to answer calls on the suicide hotline and to perform other general tasks. If you have an open heart and listening ears and would like to take calls from persons desperately in need of help, contact Teresa Clemmons or Kate Murray at (765) 747-9107 or by e-mail at contact@abwservices.org