Empty Bowls is Back - Sunday, January 28
After a season of gifts and holiday meals, the Empty Bowls Project is an annual reminder that people right here in our area still go hungry. This year, for our 17th time, potters from the Clay Arts Center in Port Chester will be working with the middle school youth of our church to bring Empty Bowls to RPC.
Following worship on January 28, all are invited to the RPC Assembly Room. There you will find beautiful ceramic bowls created and donated by local artists. With the purchase of a bowl, guests receive a meal of soup made and donated by Cornerstone Caterers. Bread donated by the Kneaded Bread will be there to complement the soup. After the meal, the bowls are to be taken home as a reminder that amid all that we have, there is always someone with an empty bowl.
With all food, bowls, and help donated by local talent, the entire proceeds will be donated to the Town of Rye Interfaith Soup Kitchens in Port Chester. Since its inception in 2000, the Empty Bowls event has raised nearly $75,000!
Come, be a part of this great event!