Fair Trade Coffee

Available through Zion’s Global Missions Committee the second Sunday of each month at Zion.

Each pound of coffee purchased through the LWR Coffee Project at Zion generates 20c for the Lutheran World Relief Small Farmer Project to support small-scale coffee farmers, provide technical assistance, and improve access to credit, marketing and training. Plus, 1$ is added to each package sold to support Zion’s Global Mission projects.

  • Zion members get a quality product at a fair price
  • Support is provided for Zion’s global mission partners
  • Small scale farmers, their local cooperatives and communities benefit

  • Love for Coffee

    DaveGrowing up in Robbinsdale, where both his father, a Lutheran pastor, and his mother influenced his faith. My mom was a stalwart of the faith and was always there for her children and husband. Dave always thought of the church as God’s house. I’m a PK (preacher’s kid), so I was raised in the church. I remember the sights, the sounds (or lack thereof), the smells especially in the sanctuary. Here one truly felt the presence of God, or at least I did, ... more
  • Why is Source Important?

    Fairtrade certification is a product certification system working to assure that products meet certain environmental, labor, and developmental standardsIn recent years we’ve heard about ‘country of origin’ labeling, a government policy that requires consumer product labels to include naming the country where the product was grown or manufactured. Most people think this is a good idea; it helps us know more about the product we are consuming, it should add confidence as the product is used or consumed. For some it adds a sense of security, and some prefer products to be ‘made in America.’ There is another aspect to knowing ... more
  • Supporting Missions

    GaryGary practiced primarily as a large animal veterinarian for nine years in Menomonie, Wisconsin, and then 24 years in Buffalo. Since 2001 he has been involved with accreditation of veterinary technician programs. He enjoys hiking, traveling, reading, classical music, spending time with his six grandchildren (aged 6-18), and shoveling snow. When they came to Buffalo in the 1970s to look at the veterinary practice, Gary and Mary Lynn were brought to Zion and met briefly with Pastor Ed Blair. We would probably ... more

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