Super soup SupperEach year former pastor and wife Rob and Jean Williamson (and 3 cats) open their house for a super bowl soup supper. Great homemade soups, snacks, games and the game on a big tv. This year was special as all East Tennessee fans were rooting for UT grad Payton Manning!
Souper Bowl 2016Each year, we put out 2 soup pots, one marked Panthers, and one marked Broncos. Whichever team pot has the most money is the team that we "picked" to win the game. Trinity picked Carolina to win. The difference in the pots? $0.11!!! I still call this a statistical tie.
Souper Bowl 2016Our LCY and their families hosted a "Souper" luncheon following our worship service, and collected donations for Sharing God's Love, which is our community organization for food aid.
This is always popular with our congregation, and we have enough soup for people to take home and enjoy later, or share with friends!
Accesso Services LLC One City CentreWe entered the Souper Bowl of Caring 1n 2015 and went nationwide with all of our properties this year! One City Centre is very active in the Charity Drive and sets up a football field in their Lobby. The Property Management and Engineers are very active and created the football field.
Souper Bowl of Caring Luncheon/ContestThis was the second year that we have organized a Souper Bowl of Caring Luncheon/Contest where members of our congregation are invited to enter their best soup into the contest. After worship, we have a luncheon where church members pay $3.00 to sample the variety of soups that were entered and vote on their favorite soup. The winner receives a crown and the bragging rights that he/she is the Souper Bowl King/Queen of First Presbyterian Church for the next year.
Souper Bowl of Caring 2016Thank you to all our parishioners who so generously gave to the 'Souper' Bowl of Caring this past weekend. The money raised will go to George and Faye Ruehling's son George who underwent a liver transplant.
The total given was $4,436.82. This is the most that we have ever raised for 'Souper' Bowl! This is such a clear example of the church being the Body of Christ!
Thank you also to all our youth (along with Sheila Hartnett) that stood outside in the rainy cold weather!!
Soup Can CollectionOur children at Vestal Center UMC had a goal of 150 cans of soup on Sunday, the total cans of soup taken in was 256 cans. We have less than a dozen children in our church and only about 60 attendees each Sunday. God bless our little country church.
Generosity of the Globe - Miami, San Carlos AreaOur church has participated for over 20 years and we wanted to get our youth more involved. In our youth group meeting we used the Bible study materials you provided to help them get a better understanding of the need and how we can help. Then we got permission to write an article to our local paper and meet at Fry's Food store to collect items for the Gila Community Food Bank. We meet on Saturday Jan. 30th and Feb. 6th from 9:30 - 11:30 AM. On the 6th, we then met at the church, sorted…
soup can footballThis year our children in the congregation sponsored the Souper Bowl Sunday as one of their projects. So, I had a simple skit with a small group playing football, but with a can of soup. The soup was hiked off to the QB who handed it off to another player who ran down the center aisle to the goal post. Where the cheerleaders were cheering. The children then shared stats about hunger from your site as well as our community. They challenged the congregation to do 10% better than last year.…
Souper Bowl of CaringOur Congregation is always collecting items for the local food pantry in our area.
We are grateful for the amount collected this year 26 food items and $68.25.
Thank you Hope Lutheran Church, Bowers PA Pastor Haines
2016 Souper Bowl of Caring
This year, St. James' Youth Ministry has decided that all contributions will be used to help St. James' Service Ministry with the Food Pantry and Senior Center.
Did you Know?
St. James' Food Pantry serves on average 1 -2 families per week, and the need is greater during poor or hazardous weather conditions, summer months when children are out of school and near end of the year.
The St. James' Senior Center provides services for its local community and surrounding areas residents,…
What we do with what we receive, with thanksgivingSt. Luke's gives thanks through Souper Bowl of Caring collection Our Youth Group restarted this back in 2008 after being done by the Youth Group first back in 1999. Every year, we choose a worthy group to donate the funds toward. We try to focus on food related ministries. Sometimes, we've given toward our own long-running Food Pantry, and once to the Diocesan Alleluia Fund, and also to other outreach groups. In 2016, we are splitting the collection between the local Warren County Family…
My Food DriveWOW! I would have never thought putting a food drive together would of been so much work, but it was truly much more complicated than what it appears. Getting groups to join was not hard, because the topic of hunger is visible in our community and help is needed; however, everything else was hard in the aspect that there was a lot of work needed for a food drive to be successful. Down to getting boxes set up, getting events started to collect proceeds, speaking to numerous people...man, that…
Saving the Destitute Children From Poor HealthIn 2012, following an implementation of a project on HIV/AIDS, Cholera and Malaria awareness, we discovered that the hinterland is characterised by malnutrition and many children suffering from multiple infections. Voice of Grace Foundation then probe into the cause. There we realised that many of the children donot have access to VItamin administration. Voice of Grace Foundation then contacted Vitamin Angels a USA Charity Based Organisation found in Santa Barbara USA- California. Who…
About PCHASPresbyterian Children's Homes and Services (PCHAS) began when in 1903, a young mother dying of tuberculosis, met with the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Dallas to arrange for the care of her four children upon her death. In response, the women of the church secured a home and matron to care for the children. Soon the home grew and its services extended far beyond its initial start.
Today, though the scale is much larger, the mission of PCHAS is the same: to provide Christ-centered…
"Youth" is a matter of perceptionWe are in a retirement community, so our "Youth Group" are those age 65 and under. We give our soup and funds to a local mission that helps the poorest counties in Tennessee.
Just thought you'd like to know that the desire to feed the hungry is never outgrown! Blessings! Pastor Laurie
Fundraising beginsCadets began collecting money and canned food donations on Monday. They come in early in the morning and leave well after the final bell to ensure the success of this food drive. They have been busy making flyers and painting posters advertising the collection event on February 5th. I have reached out to several news organizations who will hopefully get the word out for us to make this a community wide event.
We have set a goal to collect $2,000 and 10,000 canned food donations. We can…
Skit Promoting Souper Bowl of Caring SundayOur Youth Group did a great job presenting the Skit: Our Souper Bowl Commercial. The kids did a great job with the props and acting. The congregation thoroughly enjoyed it! They were able to explain what the Souper Bowl of Caring is and how we are collecting on Super Bowl Sunday.
Rose Donaldson-Youth DirectorWe are excited to get involved in Super Bowl of Caring. This is the first year for the youth ministry to participate. We have collect for a couple of weeks now and things are going well. We will have a special collection and food drive at all our Masses this weekend. It's even more special that we get to choose the charity to receive the donations. Catholic Charities here in Lubbock helps 100's of people each week with food, clothing, utility assistance, medical, and housing. The…
ONLINE DONATIONS TO ST. MARY'S FOOD BANK FOR BRIGHTMONT ACADEMY DEER VALLEY AND SCOTTSDALEDEAR FAMILIES AND SUPPORTERS:
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Super Bowl soup saleWe will be selling soup on Super Bowl Sunday , February 7, 2016 to raise money for Food Share in Southbridge, Massachusetts to help with food insecurity in the community.
Souper Bowl Brunch, Sunday February 7th!We're amping up our soup offerings for this Sunday brunch! Enjoy several varieties, bread bowls, and even a tasting trio of soups. All soup proceeds will be donated to Light of Life rescue mission!
Sunday brunch is served 10am to 3pm at our Lawrenceville location, 3810 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15201.
What we do....Local team
A local youth sports team connected with us about a couple of children in need. The coach had given scholarships to them to be a part of her team. She told Kids First how these kids were hard working and respectful. They spend their after school time at practices or church. Kids First called their mom and we talked. The mom is a single parent and works very hard at her janitorial job. She told us she wanted to show her children that a single mom could raise good kids. Her oldest…