The youth groups of FPCNC invite you to participate in the Souper Bowl of Caring* on February 5th at 11:30am. We love the big game, but we love our neighbors more. An estimated 111 million people watch the Big Game while 53 million Americans struggle with hunger. Don’t sit on the sidelines. Join us in making a difference in our community!
The Sunday before the Super Bowl, we will host our very own Souper Bowl. Following church, our youth will serve a soup lunch in the common room. Drop a donation in the specially marked stock pot and enjoy some delicious soup and fellowship. Can’t stay? Your donation can also get you a pint of soup to go. All donations will be given to The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County.
*About TACKLE HUNGER: Home of the Souper Bowl of Caring
Tackle Hunger’s signature Souper Bowl of Caring effort is a youth-inspired movement working across the nation to tackle hunger in their local communities. Mobilizing grassroots resources including churches, schools, civic groups and caring individuals, Tackle Hunger and the Souper Bowl of Caring movement has created over $175 million worth of support that stays completely local to make sure no one goes without soup in their bowl.