Presbyterian Coffee Project

Good coffee for a good cause

What dPresby coffee project logo copyoes it mean to create change with your everyday choices? We at the bridge believe that something as simple as the coffee we drink can have a positive effect on our global community and the planet.

We support small-scale farmers all over the world through our purchases of fairly traded coffee, tea, chocolate, and cocoa products from Equal Exchange in partnership with the Presbyterian Coffee Project.

Through our fair trade purchases, we help guarantee that farmers will earn the income they need to feed their families, educate their children, improve their communities, and protect the forests, land and water where they farm. Fair trade is a simple solution that means the difference — quite literally — between surviving and not surviving for small-scale coffee farmers.

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For each pound of fairly traded coffee, chocolate, tea, and foods Presbyterians purchase through the Coffee Project, Equal Exchange donates 15 cents per pound to the PCUSA’s Small Farmer Fund.

All of the coffee we serve at the bridge on Sunday mornings is Equal Exchange fair trade organic coffee.

Bags of this same great coffee are available for purchase on the first Sunday of each month, along with tea, cocoa, and chocolates at other select times during the year. Look for the sales table at the back of the worship center.

Coffee and Chocolate Sales: The first Sunday of every month

Equal Exchange Holiday Gift Bags 
This year, give a gift that makes a difference, a holiday gift bag filled with Equal Exchange fairly traded coffee, hot cocoa mix, and chocolate bars.

We at the bridge support small-scale farmers all over the world through the purchase of these items from Equal Exchange in partnership with the Presbyterian Coffee Project. You are familiar with Equal Exchange coffee, the delicious coffee we serve at the bridge every Sunday.
From Sunday November 5 to November 19, you’ll have a chance to order customized Holiday Gift Bags filled with these delicious products.

Here’s how it works: Order forms and product information sheets will be available on the Equal Exchange table in the back of the church beginning October 29. Just fill in an order form for each gift bag you’d like, return it with your payment, and we’ll package the goodies in a holiday gift bag. If you need gift bags by Thanksgiving, order them byNovember 12 for pick up on November 19.  Order Christmas gift bags by November 19 for pick up on December 3 and 10.

For more information, contact Marilyn Vernon or Sandy Sears