Fair Trade - Equal Exchange

 

Unfortunately, in our global marketplace, many farmers in developing nations are not being paid enough for their product in order to be able to put food on their table or shoes on their feet.

 

Fair Trade-Equal Exchange is a program that markets and sells products produced by co-operatives of farmers who receive a better price for their high-quality organic products such as: coffees, teas, chocolates, bananas, olive oil, and almonds.   The Fair Trade program removes many steps/distributors in the sales process.  This results in the farmers being compensated more for their product and in turn, improving their quality of life.

 

 


How you can help at Paul's!

There are several varieties of Equal Exchange coffee and chocolate available for sale at St. Paul's.  You can find the products located in the "Coffee Corner" in the Welcome Hall. 

 

 

 

 Here is a video showing the benefits of participating in Fair Trade:

 

 

Click here to learn more about Fair Trade.

June 24, 2017

- Worship Services -


Sundays

8:00 am Worship

9:00 am Fellowship

9:00 am Sunday School

10:15 am Worship

 

Wednesdays

6:00 pm Worship

(Wednesday worship services are a shorter version of the previous Sunday's service)

 

 

About St. Paul's

Visit the About Us section to learn more about St. Paul's and our ministries!

 

Where are we located?

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What's happening at St. Paul's?

Check out our Calendar for up to date information on all the events, services, and ministries taking place at St. Paul's

 

Serving Others!

Have a desire to help out at St. Paul's, in the community or across the world?  Click here to learn about the opportunities to serve. 

 

What is the ELCA?

Find out about the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the history of this wonderful organization on our The ELCA page.

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