Grand Opening

It has been a long hard trek for our little parish to survive COVID lockdown, swelling rains, and having to limit our events and outreach, but we have finally done it! Our new Thrift Shop which has been incubating for over a year has finally been opened this month! As being in time for the holiday season, we have already seen a good response to our small efforts, and the ball is starting to roll!

The thrift shop will be open every Saturday from 10AM-2PM, for now, with possibly expanding hours in the future. However, you can get previews of the items we have out on our digital thrift shop page located on Facebook here! You can ask that items be held to be picked up, or until end of hours on the following Saturday, otherwise the item will be re-shelved and relisted to be fair to other customers. Items are rotated out as items are sold, so there is a constantly changing stream of new items amongst old.

Our Thrift Shop is located in the back room of our Parish Hall located at 47 Old Route 9w, New Windsor, NY, and we are always looking for donations. the only restrictions we currently have on donations are clothing (unless it is something unique like a prom dress, or a nice suit), and large furniture as our space is limited. Donations can be dropped off during our shop hours on Saturday or on Sundays between 12:30PM and 2PM. Letter of acknowledgment can be given for donations received for your records.

I want to personally thank everyone who has stuck by us over the years, and every person who contributes in anyway to our small parish. All donations and their proceeds go to support the needs and on going renovations of our parish and historic building. God Bless all, and have a very Happy Holiday!

Kara Smith

Warden of the Vestry

Welcome to St. Thomas!

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St. Thomas Episcopal Church is located on River Road in New Windsor, New York, a short distance off US 9W. It is part of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. The small stone building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.

Sunday Services

  • Sunday School starts 11AM
  • Morning Prayer 11:30AM

 

Thomas answered him, “My Lord and my God!” — John 20:28