Instructor: Sue Kage/Ailsa Blunk
Phone: 248-349-6268/248-719-1291
Email: skage[at][at]
Date: Monday, January 28, 2019
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Room: Chapel


The Way of Tea and Justice, by Becca Stevens

Rev. Stevens writes of discovering the myth of fair trade in the tea market, the longing for justice among pickers and growers, and the desire to find teas to serve that were rooted in truth. 

Love Heals”-that is the brand name of products made by the women of Thistle Farms. Founded to give new life to women recovering from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction, Thistle Farms now includes the “Thistle Stop Café,” their tea room. Becca Stevens, an Episcopal priest, author of The Way of Tea and Justice, “opens up the strange and fascinating world of tea, stitching together stories about mindfulness, justice, healing, and community.”

This is the third book discussion offered by Presbyterian Women for 2018-2019 in a series, “Their Stories.” All are welcome to the discussion at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel on Monday, January 28.

For questions about this book study, contact Sue Kage or Ailsa Blunk.