UNION — The Peoples United Methodist Church of Union will have their annual Souper Bowl luncheon, Sunday, Feb. 2, at approximately 11:45 a.m.
Homemade soups and bread will be served along with beverages.
A collection of cans of soup/chowder/stew and crackers will be accepted and donated to the Come Spring Food Pantry. A free will offering will also be taken and donated to the Good Shepherd Food Bank.
“All are welcome, and please just bring yourself and appetite, no charge, and no need to bring food, there is always plenty to share!” said the Church, in a news release.
Since 1990, Souper Bowl of Caring has been working to transform Super Bowl weekend into the nation's largest celebration of giving and serving.
According to the latest statistics from the United States Department of Agriculture, an estimated 37.2 million children live in food insecure households.
The Peoples United Methodist Church of Union is located on Depot Street, in Union, directly behind the Union Post Office.
Worship service is Sunday at 10:45 a.m., led by Pastor Elizabeth Bailey-Mitchell.