Coffee Connections

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Serving great tasting, fair-trade, coffees and teas from around the world, in the Church Library, between services on Sunday morning.
What is Coffee Connections?
Coffee Connections is our “coffee shop” open between first and second services in the Church Library on Sunday mornings. Each Sunday we offer a regular, decaf, and flavored coffee. All coffees served are certified fair-trade. In addition, all coffees are endorsed by the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), in suppot of UMCOR’s Coffee Project.
Everyone is invited to stop by Coffee Connections to enjoy a great tasting cup of coffee and a snack. A variety of fair-trade teas is also available. You are welcome to linger and connect with others in a comfortable library/coffee shop environment or grab a cup to go.
While paper cups to go are available, for environmental benefit (less waste) and to keep costs low, we encourage the use of our two sizes of ceramic cups… even to take to Sunday School classes.
What is the UMCOR Coffee Project?
9The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) supports the concept of small family owned and co-op farms throughout the world. A percentage of all sales through Equal Exchnage Co-op go directly to the UMCOR Coffee Project. You can read more about the UMCOR Coffee Project at this link.
Can I purchase Equal Exchange coffees?
Yes. 12 oz. packages of all coffees served at Coffee Connections are available for purchase at $10.00 per package. Click on this link to see a list of coffees available. Purchases may be made any Sunday morning at Coffee Connections.
Why fair-trade coffees and teas?
We purchase all our products through the Equal Exchange Co-op. This ensures all products come from small family or democratically elected co-op farms from around the world. Equal Exchange guarantees a sustainbale price and practice for all growers… no multi-national conglomerates or high corporate profits are involved. You can read more about fair-trade on the Equal Exchange Co-op website.
For any questions about Coffee Connections, the coffees served, or to volunteer to help, contact Cindy Witwer, or Bill Poor,