Feeding the MultitudeOur youth department partnered with the youth from New St. Paul AME Church, Tampa, to serve a full course Christmas Dinner to more than 100 homeless families in downtown Tampa on Christmas Day, 12/25/16.
Each person was also given a blanket, socks, and a Christmas goody bag filled with toiletries.
NYAB StorySouper Bowl of Caring has changed so much in my ability to lead and perceiver. I am so grateful for all of the help and compassion from this amazing organization. Both conferences helped me become knowledgeable about this calling and about my own abilities when it comes to service and leadership. I learned so much about my community's desire to help others and I met some amazing people on the way.
I started fighting against hunger in Troop 55 three years ago when I led Scouting for Food…
Souper Bowl 2017 Is A NEW RECORD Success ......"To give to the needy is not only an act of charity; it is an act of justice, since all things belong to God, and God wills that his people share."
On Sunday, March 12th, St. Paul served five homemade soups in our Fellowship Hall after worship. This Fund Raiser is our collective effort to do our part to stamp out hunger - especially child hunger. We set a NEW RECORD !
Donna and Amy, Brighton Center Director celebrate the 2017 gift of 338 (was 262) cans of soup and $207.
We had to…
Caring for those in need all yearOur church is dedicated to reaching out to those in need 12 months of the year. This year (2017) we have collected over 12,000 pounds of food. We distribute food through our church food pantry and release the surplus food to other local charities and pantries who feed those needing food in our county.
There are many companies just wanting people to help them distribute food to people struggling in poverty. We partner with local grocery stores and pantries in our area. Our goal is to…
Church of the New Covenant - 2017 Souper Bowl of CaringOurs is a very small church with few children present each Sunday. With the few folks that were involved, we did a skit the Sunday prior and encouraged the small congregation to give what they can both in dollars and food items. Although we are not as high as we've been in the past, I'm proud of our kids and their engagement and our congregation to supporting the Souper Bowl of Caring for more than 15 years now.
Nancy M. Berlin
Church of the New Covenant
Souper Bowl of Caring…
A time to Give to those in need.This year 2017 ,we donated to Cap in Conway,SC
The Bucksport Community at the Frazier Center in Conway SC
We donated to Cap Center can goods and snacks and helped feed the homeless and those that were in need one Saturday.
We donated to the Bucksport community can goods,snacks,water and clothing and deliver it to the Frazier Center.
The Ypders were not able to go with us because both centers were close by the time they got out of school, so the directors and parent assistant made the…
Marion Area YPD DirectorThe Marion Area Young People's and Children's Division Welcome the opportunity to "Grow Stronger in our Faith!!"
There is no greater gift than the gift of "Giving"... Winston Churchill said., "We make a living by what we get., but we make a life by what we give!!...Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be someone's light during their darkness.
Growing, Glowing and Going For Christ!
FOV Souper Bowl Bowl of Caring.Over 13 youth and many adults participated in 2017 SBofC at Feast of Victory. We had announcements, skits, and a great time coming together for this hunger ministry. It is always amazing how God works and brings us together for the good of His children. We are thankful to participate in this fun, exciting, and oh so easy, Souper Bowl of Caring.
serving othersWe serve soup at the homeless shelter, we eat with and talk to the residents. Our pastor gave some words of encouragement and our church choir sang some songs. We had a great time with staff and residents, and our entire church participated in some way. We bring everything needed, from tableware to the food and drinks.
WE ARE SOUPERHEROES!We challenged our small congregation to be "Souperheroes" by collecting 510 cans of soup (or the monetary equivalent at $1 a can) to commemorate Super Bowl LI. In the 4 weeks leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, we collected $125 in cash and 481 cans of soup for a total of 606! To celebrate our success, the leaders of our church served a chili lunch to the congregation dressed as superheroes!
Manitowoc Cooperative MinistryThree churches in Manitowoc WI have formed a Cooperative Ministry Covenant for 2017, comprising First Presbyterian Church, First Reformed United Church of Christ, and St. John's United Church of Christ. This year we joined in a friendly three-church challenge to collect food and financial donations to benefit Peter's Pantry in Manitowoc to help address hunger issues in our community. Together we make a difference in our community! The final results from our four-week friendly…
2017 Souper Bowl of Caring - Stirling NJWe collected during the month of February 2017 as a special collection each Sunday
LP Presbyterians donate food, fundsThe Presbyterian Church of La Porte's congregation donated $415.54 and non-perishable foodstuffs during the national Souper Bowl of Caring on Feb. 5.
While the event was in partnership with the national souperbowlofcaring.org,100 percent of the church's donations go to local a charity; this year it will be the La Porte Salvation Army.
"Our congregation was amazing in their leaping at the opportunity to support the enthusiasm shown by our youth to care for our local community in such a…
First Christian Church awards Methodists Golden SpoonsThe Souper Bowl of Caring soup chefs brewed up their finest recipes Sunday to help the hungry in Cooke County.
The Souper Bowl of Caring Soup Luncheon at First Christian Church offered more than 35 homemade soups, loads of friends and lots of fellowship, awarding the Father John Golden Spoon Award to Mission United Methodist Church and First United Methodist Church, their second win in as many years. Donations totaled more than $4,500, all of which will go to VISTO.
VISTO operates and…
OLPH Souper Bowl Sunday LunchThe Youth prepare and serve a simple soup lunch with "LOVE" of course. And they put out a donation jar out both at the lunch and at our weekend church services. This year they made Taco soup, Chicken rice vegetable, Cheesy Broccoli and Pozole with french bread. They have fun doing it and the people like their tasty soups. We do it the weekend before super bowl as people are more apt to come.
Haverhill has its own Souper BowlHAVERHILL -- The First Church of Christ in Bradford will hold its 11th annual "Souper Bowl of Caring" on Saturday.
Serving time is from 5 to 6 p.m.
The event raises money to help needy people.
Purchasing a bowl that you can later take home for $10 allows you to sample as many soups, chowders, stews and chili as you like from the 15 or more varieties offered.
Have enough bowls at home? Purchase a disposable bowl for $5 with the same sampling privileges.
Also included are bread…
Church youth promote caring through Souper BowlThe youth groups of First Christian and Covenant Presbyterian Churches are participating in Souper Bowl of Caring. Souper Bowl of Caring began with a prayer at Spring Valley Presbyterian Church in 1989, and has grown to a nationwide initiative to mobilize teens to fight hunger and poverty. Every dollar or food item collected by participating groups is donated directly to a local charity. The local group's charity of choice this year is the Community Food Pantry in Marshall, serving Saline…
Rabbit Fest royalty strike out hunger at 2nd annual Souper Bowl of CaringRabbit Fest royalty strike out hunger at 2nd annual Souper Bowl of Caring
By Jacqueline Dowland | Herald staff writer
Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest Ambassador Edith Natividad joined the community to strike out hunger at the second annual Souper Bowl of Caring at Hallmark Lanes in Killeen last Saturday.
Natividad's platform of service was supporting My Brother's House, the food pantry of the Holy Family Catholic Church during her year as the Senior Ms. Rabbit Fest last year.
Souper Bowl of Caring is Feb. 5Souper Bowl of Caring is Feb. 5
Everyone at the Grove City Community Food Pantry is wondering who will be in the Souper Bowl on Feb. 5. The Souper Bowl of Caring is a national organization that has been promoting this one-day event since 1990.
The nation-wide event, held on Super Sunday, organizes young people in an effort to alleviate hunger and benefit local charities like the Grove City Community Food Pantry. In 2016, the Souper Bowl saw 6,886 groups participate. They collected…
UPC Youth collect for Souper Bowl of CaringUPC Youth collect for Souper Bowl of Caring
By Sun Staff on Feb 10, 2017 at 11:49 a.m.
Youth at United Presbyterian Church in Jamestown collected food items for Souper Bowl Sunday along with special offerings that totaled $224. The food items and money will be shared with the food pantries at Salvation Army and Community Action Region VI. Souper Bowl of Caring is when youth across the nation work to fight hunger and poverty in their own communities around the time of the Super Bowl…
Churches vie for Souper Bowl of Caring titleChurches vie for Souper Bowl of Caring title
By KIM SPENCER / N-C Correspondent
The New England Patriots pulled off an historic win last weekend to take home the Lombardi trophy. This past Sunday, a trophy of a different kind was at stake as two local pastors and their respective congregations went head-to-head in hopes of bringing the coveted 'Souper Bowl of Caring' trophy back to their home turf.
A friendly challenge between pastors Brian Markle of the Shippensburg Church of the…
Baking for the Souper BowlOn a Saturday evening one teen and three of her friends from the church Young People's Department had a home cooked meal. After dinner they started the main task of the evening, baking. They made cup cakes and cookies. Some also printed signs. Armed with the signs and baked goods the next morning they set up a sales table. They were ready. Right after morning worship sales began. Cookies and cup cakes only $1 a bag. A few parents even added items for sale.
It only took a few minutes of…
Souper Bowl of Caring at FBCEvery year around the first week in February, there is an event that happens in America that literally causes almost half of people in the world to stop what they are doing and turn on their televisions. That event is the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl Sunday has become a national holiday focused on consumption (just think of the ads that run during the game). It's a day for eating and drinking and having friends over to party and watching football.
In 1990, one individual was so disgusted by…
Eagle Scout Project: Food Pantry/Drive, Literacy Drive at 1st UMC, Dover, NJOur Food Pantry was remodeled within the last month as part of an Eagle Scout project developed by church member Luke Mains. Luke planned and installed a new layout of shelves, painted the room, conducted a community food drive (740 non-perishable food items), and received donations of gift cards (present count $160) towards the work of the food pantry. In addition, a literacy drive was conducted with a total of 561 books (preschool, elementary, middle/high school and adult) collected. …