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One of the first recipients of a superhero cape from the Kingwood Church of Christ members was a 2-year-old liver transplant patient. Church members learned about the patient through the congregation's medical apartment ministry.

Texas church members make sick kids feel super


The Humble Observer in Texas reports:

Everyone has a little bit of super hero in them.

A group of Kingwood residents are working to brighten the lives of sick children with super hero capes adorned with animals and bright colors.
Five months ago, Sharon Underwood, a Kingwood Senior Village resident, enlisted the help of friends, family and church members to sew capes for children in the pediatric care unit at Kingwood Medical Center.

Church members sew super hero capes for sick children at Kingwood Medical Center. (PHOTO VIA YOURHOUSTONNEWS.COM)

They call their group the Super Hero Club.
Underwood and fellow church members at Kingwood Church of Christ and fellow residents at Kingwood Senior Village have sewn most of the super hero capes which have a variety of different patterns and colors.
The super hero capes are also very close to Underwood’s heart since her grandson, Kory, is a meningitis survivor. Kory has a hobby of studying Super Heroes and this makes this project even more interesting and fun to him.
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