Fair Trade Fair Is December 1
at Living Waters Lutheran Church
Event to feature Fair Trade handcrafted items for sale,
benefitting artisans and farmers from developing countries.
RINGOES, NJ - Living Waters Lutheran Church will hold a Fair Trade Fair on Saturday, December 1, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All of the products offered at Living Waters' Fair Trade Fair are fairly traded and handmade by artisans and farmers from developing countries around the world. Each purchase directly supports the artisans and farmers who make these items.
Among the numerous handcrafted products available for purchase will be affordable fashion accessories, jewelry and home décor, as well as Fair Trade coffee, tea and more - all ideal for holiday gifts. Admission is free, and all members of the community are invited to attend.
The Fair Trade Fair will be held at Living Waters Lutheran Church, 11 Old York Road/Rte. 514 in Ringoes (just off of Rtes. 202/31, behind Dunkin' Donuts).
About Fair Trade Products
Fair Trade is a system that helps people improve their lives and work their way out of poverty by making sure they get paid fairly for their labor and are treated with respect. Lutheran World Relief partners with SERRV, a nonprofit Fair Trade organization, for the LWR Handcraft Project.
About Living Waters Lutheran Church
Living Waters Lutheran Church is a member congregation of the NJ Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and is a Reconciling in Christ congregation. Rev. Lee Ann Zandstra serves as pastor. For additional details, call 908-284-9455 or visit www.lwlc-flemington.org.