Did you know that you can support First Parish through your purchases of everyday necessities and gift items?
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Fair-trade coffee, tea, chocolate, and olive oil
Get your caffeine and chocolate fix from a socially responsible source, Equal Exchange, sold at coffee hour most Sundays by the Peace and Justice Action group. Also available for sale are 750mL bottles of Olive Branch extra virgin olive oil, imported from the Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees, a non-profit, non-governmental organization supporting sustainable agriculture in rural Palestine since 1983. First Parish receives 20% of the proceeds from all sales of these items.
Quabbin Clear – Think Outside the Bottle!
Now available for purchase: stainless steel water bottles bearing the "Quabbin Clear MWRA Tap Water" logo designed by Sing Hanson.
Intended to support the human right to water, excoriating the "corporate boondoggle" of bottled water, and supporting the water rights advocacy of our UU Service Committee, the fair-trade bottles are available in the church office and on Sundays at $10 apiece, turquoise blue or brushed steel. Fill from your own tap - for pennies a gallon! Don't buy bottled water! Think outside the bottle!
First Parish T-shirts, Cookbooks, and Postcards
Available for sale at the church office and on occasional Sundays, with all proceeds benefiting First Parish. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (781) 275-7994.
|These colorful T-shirts are available in adult and children's sizes. Logo on front, plain on back.
Copies of the First Parish cookbook, "Recipes from the Common Cupboard" are still available!
Economic stimulus price $10 (originally $20).
Postcards of First Parish from original paintings by Bedford artist Anne MacRae MacLeod
4 for $1.00
"Edict of Torda" posters
Sepia print 16"x20" of Aladar Korosfoi-Kriesch's famous painting of Francis David and the 1568 Proclamation of Religious Freedom at Torda, Transylvania. Key and history included. $20 includes shipping & handling.
Sales of this poster will benefit The Dormitory Project in Kolozsvár (The Unitarian Center for Students and Pilgrims), The Partner Church Council, and The Bedford-Abásfalva partnership.
Please use our online order form or download the printable form below to purchase.