Souper Bowl of Caring

It’s a Presbyterian Souperbowl Throwdown
United Faith v. Grace

Each year, the Souperbowl of Caring seeks to transform the time around the Super Bowl into the nation’s largest celebration of giving and serving, by donating soup to local food pantries. This year, it’s a challenge between us and Grace Presbyterian, and the question is:

Who can collect the most soup for the Food Bank?

Local Challenge Goal
First, we’re challenging the United Faith community to step up. We collected just under 125 lbs last year. If we increase our giving to 300lb of food, Pastor Kathleen will sing Kum Bah Yah in worship (yes, sing. A solo. And we KNOW how much she dislikes the song.)

Pastor Rob is challenging Grace to collect 500 lbs (their goal last year was 400 lb, which they easily met!) They’re still working on the details of his … torment.

Church Challenge Goal
Then, if/when both churches meet their goals, United Faith and Grace will compete. The church which goes higher above their local goal will get to host the opposing church pastor, and greet him/her with a pie in the face.

No matter which church triumphs, the food bank wins and we have fun with a sister Presbyterian church. So, bring your soup cans or cash donations. Each $1=1 pound of food toward our goal. Donations must be received by Sunday, Feb. 3.