A Christmas Letter From God I sent My Son to save you and show the way to Me. My Son was born to die for you on Calvary’s lonely tree. I gave the very best I could, ’twas all I had to give. I gave you Jesus from My Heart, that in yours He might […]
Every year at Christmas we have a contest in the store. Team members decorate Christmas stockings and we hang them throughout the store. Customers vote for the stocking the like the best during the contest. We draw from the votes and the customer gets a $100 gift card and the employee with the winning […]
Lionel Postwar 1958 Train Set The St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store has a vintage train set with 21 pieces. Come see this one of a kind train set in our store today. A complete list of train set pieces is below. Lionel Postwar 2321 “O” Gauge “Lacawanna” FM Maroon Roof Converted 2 Rail […]
These medals were created and produced by the Franklin Mint. “History of the United States, Special Solid Bronze Edition” commemorating 200 years of US History. The Bronze Medallions are housed in their own sleeves that slide into a wooden box. The 200 Proof Bronze Medallions are […]
Last night over 200 Vincentians from around the world visited our store. They were treated to food, live music, and tours of store operations. All of the Vincentians were attending the 2011 St. Vincent de Paul National Meeting being held at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas. Our volunteers who helped get the store […]
Noah is a busy dog. He spends his day helping our customers at the store, or in customer service as you can see here: After a long day he likes to unwind with a good book in our library.
The dinner table inhabits one of the most important spaces in our homes. It is a place for joyous celebrations, sharing the gift of food, school work, or artistic expressions and serious meetings. The dinner table brings our loved ones together. This dinette set includes the dinner table, chairs, server and China cabinet — perfect […]
With its beautiful fine wood carvings and brass handles, this server has set patiently waiting on the sidelines in the “happy spaces” of our homes. It holds whatever our hearts desire, such as antique and favorite collections of dinnerware, or precious fine linens passed down from great little grandmothers who served generations of loved ones […]