Support farmers around the world by purchasing fair trade coffee!

Brewing Equal Exchange's coffee at home will help their farmer partners from Mexico and Honduras, who grow the beans that go into each blend. And you’ll be helping them to solve a big problem. Equal Exchange’s sales of fair trade coffee are down by 38,000 lbs. (year to date) because churches are closed during the pandemic. Help them continue to move volume for farmers by keeping the tradition of Fellowship Hour alive and continuing to enjoy Equal Exchange small farmer products at home.  

The Course Ground coffee can be used in the French Press to make hot or cold brew coffee!  Click HERE or scroll down for the recipe!

We will be placing an order on September 4, 2020.  Submit the form below to let us know how you would like to help support this mission!
Fellowship Blend coffee is ground coarsely especially for 100-cup percolators. But this same coarse grind is perfect for making individual pots of coffee in your French press at home. It's easy and efficient and brews a great cup!
  1. Boil water in a kettle.
  2. Place 6 Tbsp of Fellowship Blend coffee into your 1 liter/34 oz French press.
  3. Pour about 1/2 cup of water on top of the coffee in the French press and let it sit for about 30 seconds. This lets carbon dioxide in the coffee grounds disperse. You will notice that the mixture puffs up.
  4. Pour the rest of the water into the French Press, placing the plunger lightly on the top.
  5. After 3 minutes, slowly press the plunger down. You're ready for your delicious cup of joe!

Fellowship Blend Coffee's coarse grinds are also great for making cold brew concentrate for yourself in your French press.
  1. Add 7 Tbsp of coarsely ground coffee to your French press or to a large jar.
  2. Gently pour 16 oz of cold or room temperature water over the grounds. Stir to get all grounds wet.
  3. Let it sit for 14-16 hours at room temperature.
  4. Press down the French press plunger or strain with a filter into a container with a lid. Store in your refrigerator.
  5. You have made a cold brew concentrate! When ready to enjoy, add 1 part concentrate to 1 part water, along with ice.