Saturday, July 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Fairgrounds Memorial Building

This event is for children that live and attend school in Delaware County. Goals are to provide school supplies and a NEW pair of shoes for students who are not able to afford them. Each organization that helps has one size, one gender– that way there will be enough shoes in each size to meet the needs of the Back to School Distribution on Saturday, July 27.

Hazelwood has been asked to provide 50 NEW pairs of BOY’S/MEN’S SIZE 5 ATHLETIC SHOES. We will be collecting now through Sunday, July 21. There will be a tote in Sulanke Commons for the donated NEW BOY’S/MEN’S SIZE 5 ATHLETIC SHOES. Please remove shoes from boxes, tie laces together, and place in the tote. Thanks!

For more information, contact Shirley Bookout at (765) 744-1207.



Christmas in July is back! Starting July 7 and continuing every Sunday through the end of July, we will be collecting non-perishable items for Christian Ministries’ Food Pantry. Please bring items to place under the Christmas Tree in Sulanke Commons.

Items needed include:

  • Boxed Pasta Dinners
  • Hamburger Helper
  • Tuna Helper
  • Cereal
  • Peanut Butter
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Canned Fruit
  • Toilet Tissue
  • Shampoo
  • Toothbrushes
  • Toothpaste
  • Bath Soap
  • Diapers

*Canned fruit and boxed dinners are especially needed!

Thank you for your generosity!




$200 to Muncie Mission


On Sunday, May 26, Rev. Jason presented Winnie with a check for $10,800 for her annual trip to Kenya. Winnie came forward with her thanks and deep appreciation for such a wonderful gift, reminding us of the many ways this helps the kids in Kenya. This year’s focus is on a much-needed library. Winnie promised to be a good steward with this generous gift.

Friends of Ball State $4,590
Hazelwood Christian Church $4,240
Farmington Hills Church $614
Calendar Sales $546
Redbud Quilt Guild $530
Yorktown Christian Church $280



“Dear Hazelwood Christian Church,

We here at YWCA Central Indiana were so honored to receive the $250 contribution you made to our organization.

Every day your contribution helps to provide advocacy and shelter services for women and children throughout Central Indiana. Food, hygiene products, bedding, health and wellness, economic empowerment, and other essential services aid those we serve as they begin the transition from crisis living to self-sufficiency.

YWCA Central Indiana is on a mission to create real change. Thank you for joining us as we endeavor to continue eliminating racism, empowering women, and assisting those without a home to call their own.

Once again, we say thank you. Our staff and residents sincerely appreciate being able to count on your support.


~WaTasha Barnes Griffin, Chief Executive Officer, YWCA Central Indiana


“Dear friends at Hazelwood,

We appreciate your donation of $250. This will be very helpful as we restock for fall. The children are always pleased over new things, and they also receive gently used items. Should you ever have used items, we could use them. Thank you for your help.


~The Board of Delaware County Children’s Clothing Center


“Hazelwood Church Group,

Thanks so much for all your help with cleaning and building.”

~Trish Roark, Christian Ministries


“Dear Hazelwood,

The hundreds of children and their parents turning to Second Harvest’s school program for food and resources have you to thank this summer. And so do we!

We are very thankful for your gift of $250. Your support is providing urgently-needed resources to many hungry neighbors. Every dollar brings hope, draws neighborhoods closer together, and strengthens communities across East Central Indiana.

Thank you for sharing in our mission to “shorten the line” by providing help for today and hope for tomorrow!

P.S. Friends, your gift will provide enough resources for a struggling family for 12 months! Thank you!

Most gratefully,”

~Tim Kean, President & CEO, Second Harvest Food Bank


“Dear friends at Hazelwood Christian Church,

We at A Better Way wish to thank you for your generosity toward our organization and those we serve.

The mission of A Better Way is to bring peace to homes, strength to individuals and families, and positive impact to community. We do this by providing shelter and services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, prevention presentations, hotlines, and other programs.

Without your support, we could not offer these programs to people in need. We appreciate your gift and promise to be good stewards as we seek to improve the lives of those who come to us. Together we will ease their struggles and bring them closer to peaceful and productive living.


~Teresa Clemmons, Executive Director, A Better Way




A great way to show our youth support this summer is to send them letters of encouragement and to pray for them during their time at camp. Our campers this year are:

C.R.O.S.S. Camp (Christian Recreation and Outdoor Sports Skills)

June 24-29, Adam Glaze

M.A.D. Camp (Music, Arts, & Drama)

June 17-22,  Aurora Bennett & Jairen Rees

All of our campers will be at the Geneva Center. If you would like to send them a letter, please write the camp they are attending at the bottom of the envelope and mail it to:

Geneva Center

Campers Name Here

5282 N Old US Hwy 31

Rochester, IN 46975

You can also send a note to our campers via email:  cathy@genevacenter.org.



This year we will celebrate “Praying for Our Country” Sunday on July 7. We will have our worship service in the Sanctuary at 10 a.m. After the service, we will have an Ice Cream Social in Cartwright Hall. It doesn’t get much better than ice cream sundaes on a summer afternoon!

Sign up begins Sunday, June 16, in Sulanke Commons so you can let us know if you would like to help provide some ice cream and toppings.