Religions and Spirituality

Somerville: Winter Coats Sell for $5 at St. John's From the Heart Thrift Shop

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Rev. Ron Pollock, pastor of St. John's Episcopal Church in Somerville Credits: Rod Hirsch/Tapinto file photo
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SOMERVILLE, NJ – With the arrival of cold weather, all outer coats for both women and men will be only $5 at the St. John’s From The Heart Thrift Shop on Dec. 7.

Clothes for women, children and men are available at discount prices and slashed sales.

The St. John’s From the Heart Thrift Shop is held on the first Thursday of each month from 11 am to 6 pm to accommodate working people as well as those whose personal time is based on school hours.

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From The Heart Thrift Shop is located in the parish hall at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 158 West High ST. The facility is handicapped accessible. Parking is available in the church lot behind the church or on the street.

Since its inauguration 12 years ago, the St. John’s From the Heart Thrift Shop has donated more than $85,000 to community and regional social service and non-profits organizations and agencies.

From The Heart Thrift Shop was developed in response to an identified need in the community. The gently used – and in many cases brand new – clothes at low prices are ideal for those on a limited budget, for those returning to the workforce, or for those who like a good bargain.

 For more information contact 908-722-1250. www.StJohnSomerville.org

About St. John’s

At St. John’s, weekly Sunday services are conducted at 8 am and 10:15 am with music at 10:15 am. St. John’s offers Sunday School every Sunday at 10:15 am preceded by “Children’s Chapel” at 10 am in which the rector, the Rev. Ronald Pollock, offers a brief children’s message. Among its many programs, St. John’s hosts the SHIP's Galley Soup Kitchen three days a week and a monthly thrift shop - From The Heart - with proceeds going to non-profit agencies.

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