LINK TO VIDEO FROM ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE FROM OCTOBER 18, 2020

Click on this YouTube video to see our live online worship service from October 18, 2020.

2021 SLATE OF OFFICERS, ELDERS, DEACONS, & TRUSTEES

Below is a link to our 2021 slate of officers, elders, deacons, and trustees, that will be voted on during our Sunday, November 15, 10 a.m. annual meeting on Zoom. We will have a combination meeting and worship time with communion. If the church has your email address, you will receive an invitation to the meeting by email the morning of the 15th. If you don’t see it in your Inbox, try your Junk or Spam folder. If you want to “practice” getting into a zoom meeting, there will be a practice session on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. Contact Marianna Gill at hccmgill@gmail.com if you’d like to be be included in the practice session.

Hazelwood leadership thanks you for your understanding and patience as we continue to use caution and not meet in person for our annual meeting.

We hope to see you online on  November 15 at 10 a.m.

Download the 2021 Slate for election

LINK TO VIDEO FROM ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE FROM OCTOBER 11, 2020

Click on this YouTube video to see our live online worship service from October 11, 2020. This is the last week of our worship series called “God Is Holding Your Life” from Worship Design Studio.

PASTOR JASON’S JOURNAL 10-8-20

Scammers are relentless. I’m always amazed at the ingenuity of people trying to get a little bit of money from unsuspecting people. Twice over the last few months, scammers have tried to contact our church members while purporting to be me. The first was an email that went out to many, asking people to run an errand for me. Those who replied found the person wanting them to buy gift cards and send the gift card numbers to them. The second was a text message sent to a few asking the recipients to “take care of an errand for me.” As far as I know, luckily, no one fell for the scam.

If you ever get something like this, please double-check the number or the email to see if it’s from me (both of these scams used emails and numbers different from my own). Also, double-check with me on anything like this. And, a rule of thumb is I probably will never send you a random email or text message asking you to “run an errand” for me while not stating immediately what that task would be.

I’ve learned this is a regular scam that is run on churches, and I’m sure whoever is doing this combs the internet, finding contact information and the pastor’s name, and then sends out the scam messages. I’m sure after sending out thousands of these types of messages to many churches they eventually con an unsuspecting recipient. A little bit of skepticism and double-checking whenever we see something like this is a healthy thing for all of us.

Grace & peace,
Jason Jones

MUNCIE MISSION DONATIONS NEEDED

“The Muncie Mission has served men now for 90 years with continued generous support from our friends and neighbors. From time to time we run low on supplies that the men need to help them through their time here at the Mission. Now is one of those times. We are in need of men’s underwear (small, medium, and large), and men’s t-shirts (large). Donations can be dropped off at our Administration Office located at 1725 S. Liberty St., Muncie, IN 47302. Due to COVID-19, many of us are limiting our in-store shopping. You can use our Amazon wish-list to purchase items to donate online and have them shipped
directly to us. Add Muncie Mission as your charity of choice on Amazon Smile and we will earn a small cash contribution as well. Thank you for your continued support of the Muncie Mission and those less fortunate in our community!”

~Frank Baldwin, President/CEO, Muncie Mission