Order your coffee
The Presbyterian Coffee Project offers a full line of fairly traded coffees (in bulk whole bean, packaged whole bean and drip grind, percolator grind and pillow pack varieties) as well as fairly traded teas, cocoa, chocolate bars, sugar packets and more.
There are four convenient ways to bring the Presbyterian Coffee Project to your congregation.
Online: Visit Equal Exchange’s secure Web store for quick and convenient credit card purchases.
By Phone: Call Equal Exchange at (774) 776-7366 to place a phone order using a credit card. Mention the Presbyterian Coffee Project when placing your order.
By Fax: Fax your completed Presbyterian Coffee Project order form to Equal Exchange at (508) 587-5955 to pay by credit card. Be sure to include the name and address of your congregation when completing the form and to include a complete shipping address if your order is not going to be delivered to your church.
By Mail: Complete the Presbyterian Coffee Project order form to pay by check, money order or credit card. Be sure to include the name and address of your congregation when completing the form and to include a complete shipping address if your order is not going to be delivered to your church.
Questions about orders can be directed to Equal Exchange by emailing or calling (774) 776-7366.
Thank you for your participation in the Presbyterian Coffee Project!
Edith, I would be most happy to help you or others in the Knoxville area host an Equal Exchange sale or program in your congregation. My own congregation, First Presbyterian in Knoxville, serves Equal Exchange coffee exclusively plus we have a Mission Market where we sell all of the products along with fair trade crafts. Please contact me if I can be of help.
Edith, thanks for supporting Fair Trade. You may purchase any of the ways listed above - online, by phone, or by mailing or faxing an order form. Equal Exchange can also let you know where you can buy their products in Knoxville. Thank you again for your support.
I really enjoyed your coffee and liked the fact that it was helping others. The church in Nashville where I purchased coffee quit selling it. I live in Knoxville, TN. Is there anyway I could purchase coffee?