Saturday night. September 6: A Wildwood Homecoming will take strike the first chord at 7 PM for a 90-minute set featuring a blend of old and new music. Some of your Wildwood favorites will be performing- The Joyners, Reuben and Linda Fair, (our very own Everly Brothers (Andy and John). Marlee and Darin (can’t wait to hear how Marlee’s coming along on bass). Marion and Anna are both singing beautiful songs. And several new voices are joining us on the Wildwood stage: Margie Swint, Bess Winebarger, Bill Tomlinson; others. And yes, there’s a rumor that we’ll get to hear more of Abigail’s terrific fiddling!
It’s a great time of community celebration and all for a great cause. We’ll pass the hat for Wholesome Wave Georgia, a terrific organization working to get fresh and healthy food from the fields of local, organic farms onto the tables of families with limited means and few financial resources.
There are still four slots open if you would like to join us for the September trip.
The UCC Coffee Project is a partnership between our UCC Justice and Witness Ministries and Equal Exchange, a worker-owned cooperative founded over 25 years ago and dedicated to fair trade. Equal Exchange works with coffee, tea, cocoa, and sugar farmer-owned coops in 20 plus countries, helping farmers in places like Colombia, Sri Lanka, and the Dominican Republic support their families, plan for the future, and care for the environment.
Through the UCC Coffee Project, local churches and their members make a difference in the lives of farm families,