U.S. Church Shopping Guide
Does your church serve coffee? Now you can offer coffee that not only will keep your church members awake during services, but also will support missions, alleviate poverty and bless the coffee farmers and their families. Below is our guide on where to find mission-based, direct trade and fair trade coffee for churches.
Avanti Coffee Company
They work directly with coffee farmers in remote villages in Haiti, paying above fair trade wages and partnering with them to rebuild local schools that were destroyed by Hurricane Matthew. They sell organically-grown coffee from the mountains of Haiti, as green beans to roast your own or already roasted bags, ready for coffee hour.
They offer "World Changing Coffee" both regular and decaf and 100% of the net proceeds are donated to provide clean drinking water to those in need around the world. They offer wholesale coffee for churches.
"A market place designed to empower & market Haitian artisans in their work.” They sell Haitian hammered metal coffee wall art, perfect to hang up in your coffee hour location at your church.
Land of a Thousand Hills
"By serving Land of a Thousand Hills in your place of worship, visitors and members can participate in redemption with every cup of coffee they drink." They offer delicious direct trade coffee and also coffee brewing gear for church coffee hour.
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San Lazaro Coffee
"San Lazaro Coffee is committed to delicious coffee and the incredible people that produce it." They are seeing lives changed in Honduras through Mission Lazarus. They offer single-origin fair trade coffee,
which pays higher than traditional fair trade wages.
Grounds for Restoration
Their coffee is fairly traded and organically grown and gives back 100% of the profits to restoring survivors of human trafficking.
For more great mission-based coffee brands offering coffee for churches check out the links below:
(Deliciously rich coffee grown at a Young Life camp in Nicaragua which supports Young Life and the local community.)
(Fair trade coffee which gives back.)
(Coffee which gives back the profits and the love of Jesus to the countries that produce it.)
(Fair trade coffee investing in Haiti.)