Souper Bowl of Caring unites communities to support local hunger relief charities across the nation and encourages neighbors to tackle hunger in their local communities. Mobilizing grassroots resources including churches, schools, civic groups and caring individuals, the Souper Bowl of Caring movement has created over $170 million worth of support that stays completely local.
Did you know? 1 in 6 American children are food insecure. Your support makes a difference in the lives of children.
January 16th -February 6th, OPPC Young Families will collect canned soup to be given to our ministry partners at Carmel United Methodist Church’s Food Pantry; canned goods can be placed in the bins on Main Street. Financial donations will also be accepted during this time.
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Thank you for tackling hunger in our community!
Book Review Circle
The Book Review Circle will meet on Monday, January 24 at 7pm in the church library to discuss The Woman They Could not Silence: One Woman, Her incredible Fight for Freedom, and the Men Who Tried to Make Her Disappear by Kate Moore. Also available on Zoom for those who would like to attend online. Contact Susie Highley for the link, email@example.com. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Response
In the early hours of December 11th, several tornadoes ripped through multiple U.S. states, resulting in extensive damage and significant loss of life.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is in touch with affected presbyteries to coordinate resources and assistance. To register interest in volunteering for rebuilding efforts when they are ready, email PDA.CallCenter@pcusa.org
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