If you watch football’s Super Bowl today, think about sharing your snacks. In 1993, a single prayer led a senior high youth group in Columbia, SC, to create a simple, yet powerful idea to fight hunger and poverty in their city. The Souper Bowl of Caring calls youth to action. And individuals, civic organizations, and schools are making a difference through this movement. Various religious groups, including the UMC, promote the concept of souper bowls to share food with the hungry. On this day, give to the Food Bank, share with individuals who are less fortunate, or make a special gift.
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Earlier Event: January 30Austin Channing Brown, Freeman Auditorium, Hetzel Union Building
Later Event: February 3Communion