On the weekend of February 11th, 150 million Americans will watch the Super Bowl football game. There will be parties with food, friendship, and fellowship, but at the same time, there will be other people worried about staying warm and finding their next meal. The Westminster Lincoln Youth Group invites you to join with others around the country in demonstrating God’s love by loving our neighbors through the Souper Bowl of Caring.
Our youth will join the drive again this year, collecting money on the 11th for Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach and the Gathering Place in Lincoln. Matt Talbot has served the homeless and near homeless for nearly 28 years, with feeding the hungry as the core of their mission. The Gathering Place was founded in 1982 and is a soup kitchen that provides over 27,000 hot, nourishing evening meals to those who are homeless, near-homeless, or otherwise food-insecure in Lincoln each year.
We ask you to join this important movement, sharing God’s love with those in need. Please give generously on Super Bowl Sunday — look for youth group representatives holding soup pots by the sanctuary exits. Every dollar donated creates over $20 for food charities, which means that a gift in any amount is greatly appreciated and truly makes a difference. Join us as we help #TackleHunger through @souperbowl. 100% of all donations benefit Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach and the Gathering Place.