19 Churches in Horsham have taken up the
challenge to become a Fairtrade Church. This means that they have applied for a Fairtrade Poster Certificate for their
Church from the Fairtrade Foundation after the appropriate Council or Church meeting has agreed to:
- Using Fairtrade tea and coffee for all
meetings for which they have responsibility and after services.
- Moving forward on using other Fairtrade
products (such as sugar, biscuits and fruit)
- Promoting Fairtrade during Fairtrade Fortnight
and during the year through events, worship and other activities whenever possible.
We look forward to the day when every Horsham
Church is a Fairtrade
Church! If you are part
of a church that has not made this commitment then please follow this link to the Fairtrade Foundation website to find out
more about converting your church. http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/get_involved_faiths.htm
Please let Fairtrade Horsham know that your church has made this commitment.
We would be delighted to hear from any alternative
faiths locally who would like to use Fairtrade.
The following Churches have achieved Fairtrade Status.
- Brighton Road Baptist
- Life Community Baptist
- Trafalgar Road Baptist
- Rehoboth Baptist
- St. Mary's
- St. Mark's
- St. John's
- St. Leonard's
- All Saints Roffey
- Holy Innocents
- The Kings Church
- London Road Methodist
- St. Andrew's Methodist Roffey
- Southwater Community Methodist
- St. John's R.C.
- United Reformed Church
- The Salvation Army