If you watch the NFL Super Bowl each year, 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 - 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 during our offering.  Every year our Albright-Bethune children also conduct a special activity! Bring a can of soup (or another non-perishable item) for the Food Bank, and stay for some delicious soup after our worship service.  Contact JoDee Dyreson to bring some soup to share, or if you have questions about this activity.  Thanks for supporting our children!