More than 25 years ago, the Souper Bowl of Caring began with a single prayer from a single youth group. “Lord, even as we enjoy the Super Bowl football game, help us to be mindful of those without a bowl of soup to eat.”Since that day, more than $110 million has been raised for local charities across the country through Souper Bowl of Caring. It has become a powerful movement that is transforming the time around the Big Game into the nation’s largest celebration of giving and serving.
Through this mission, young people learn what it’s like to make a positive difference in the word – as they collect food, raise money and volunteer to work in charities that provide shelter to the homeless, food to the hungry and compassion to those in need.
Be part of this movement that is sharing God’s love with those in in need. Please drop a dollar or two on Super Bowl Sunday into the soup pots held by our youngest on your way out of worship. This year, the Youth Group has decided to give the funds collected to Packs for Kids at Eckstein Middle School, a weekend backpack food distribution program serving 80 plus children at Eckstein.