The Souper Bowl of Caring is a national movement where youth-led groups with organizations, businesses, and even National Football league (NFL) teams battle hunger in their communities. Children from the church’s Teen’s Walking In God’s Spirit (TWIGS) program served more than 20 varieties of soup to around 100 church-goers and community members,. “A lot of what we do is to unite all the members of the church and the community here, so it’s very important us to do something that we can on this day,” said Ken Anderson from the church’s missions team. ENDWELL (WBNG) – The Endwell United Methodist Church got into the spirit of the Super Bowl and giving back on Sunday, as the church took part in the Souper Bowl of Caring event. Attendees were encouraged to enjoy soup and donate to the TWIGS program’s 30-Hour Famine taking place on Feb. 28-29.
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