Details about Organizations Using or Selling Fair Trade Products

Ascension Lutheran Church (ELCA)
901 County Road V, Fond du Lac, WI
Telephone: 920-922-3353
Email: office@ascensionfdl,org
The mission of Ascension Lutheran Church is “Worship the Lord; Grow in faith; Care for Others; and share the Good News of Jesus Christ”  This faith community is trying to promote justice and help in developing nations.  They are glad to be a part of a community of churches working together to support justice.  Equal Exchange Fair Trade coffee is served at Ascension and Fair Trade palm branches are purchased for Palm Sunday.  desk 002

Congregation of Sisters of St Agnes
320 County Road K, Fond du Lac, WI
Telephone: 920-907-2300
The mission of the Congregation of Sisters of St Agnes is the motivating factor in serving Fair Trade coffee and tea.  The mission statement in part is as follows:  “Rooted in Christ through prayer and worship we serve in both rural and urban settings throughout the United States and in Latin America.  We strive to minister with simplicity and hospitality in the fields of education, health care, pastoral ministry and social service.  We are committed to transformation of the world, the Church and ourselves through promoting:

  • systemic change of the quality of life
  • justice for the economically poor
  • furtherance of the role of women in church and society
  • mutuality, inclusively, and collaboration.”


First Presbyterian Church
1225 4th Street, Fond du Lac, WI
Telephone: 920-922-0425
A delegation to Chiapas Mexico to learn about Fair Trade coffee growing and a recommendation of the Presbyterian Church USA to use  Fair Trade Organic coffee and sugar was the impetus for a decision that Fair Trade coffee could be sold in the church and the Fair Trade coffee would be served exclusively in the church.
This led to the organization of the Just Fare Market with First Presbyterian making available space for the developing Fair Trade outlet.  Members continue to enjoy Fair Trade coffee from the Interfaith Department of Equal Exchange during Sunday morning coffee hour as well as at other church events.  Fair Trade Palms are purchased for
Palm Sunday.

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Holy Family Catholic Church
271 Fourth Street Way, Fond du Lac, WI
Telephone: 920-921-0580
Holy Family has a sister parish relationship with Rosita, Nicaragua which raised awareness of our responsibility to support small-scale farmers and artisans and to work for a more just world.Equal Exchange Coffee, cocoa and tea; Divine and Equal Exchange chocolate and Eighth Wonder Heirloom Rice is sold monthly on the 3rd weekend of the month at the Holy Family site after masses.

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Hope Lutheran Church


Memorial Baptist Church
645 Forest Ave, Fond du Lac, WI
Telephone: 920-922-2360

Memorial Baptist Church is “Living the Kingdom of God into a hurting world”.  They believe that farmers should be able to get a living wave and fair share of the profits from their product.They seek to live as a community of faith where all of life is an opportunity to make God’s love visible to the world and to each other.

Ancora coffee from Ancora Coffee Roasters in Madison, Wisconsin is served at Memorial Baptist Church.



Open Circle Unitarian Universalist Fellowship


Pilgrim United Church of Christ
535 Stow St, Fond du Lac, WI
Telephone: 920-921-0415

“We believe everyone should receive a fair and just wage for the work they do.”Pilgrim UCC sells and serves coffee, tea and chocolate from the Interfaith Department of Equal Exchange.

Items can be purchased every Sunday morning year around and whenever the church is open.  Mon-Fri  8:30-noon except in summer Tues-Thurs 8:30-noon.


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