Love of Jesus Thriftstore
Richmond’s three most popular thrift stores are not only ministries of The ROC, but also help financially support the outreach work being done through The ROC. These stores are large, clean, well-organized, and filled with a great selection of bargains. The Love of Jesus Thrift stores are unique: many of their larger appliances have a 90-day warranty and their inventory includes new furniture donated weekly from a local, major furniture store.
Both of these stores have a vast inventory that changes weekly. Items you will find at these stores include but are not limited to: furniture, large and small appliances, household items, electronics, computers, exercise equipment, clothes, shoes, seasonal items, antiques, collectibles, books, CDs, videos, pictures, and lamps.
The Love of Jesus Thrift Store South is located at 5503 Midlothian Turnpike next to the Big House. The store is open seven days a week, 9am-6pm, Monday-Sunday, and Saturday 9am-5pm.
The Love of Jesus Thrift Store East is located at 5158 Nine Mile Road in Fairfield Shoppers World. The store is open seven days a week from 10am-6pm, Monday-Sunday, and Saturday 10am-5pm.
The Love of Jesus Thriftique is located at 3091 Lauderdale Drive in the Lauderdale Square Shopping Center. The store is open seven days a week from 10am-6pm, Monday-Sunday, and Saturday 10am-5pm.
The Love of Jesus Thrift Stores provide:
- Quality merchandise at affordable prices.
- A Christian atmosphere for people to shop and hear the gospel of Jesus Christ.
- A place for people to donate items they no longer need for a tax write-off
- Financial resources to support the ministries of The ROC.
When cleaning out your attics, garages, and houses, please remember the. Love of Jesus Thrift Stores. Donations can be dropped off during store hours; volunteers will unload your vehicle. To donate large items or to make a sizeable donation, call the store to schedule a pick up. If your church or organization is having a yard sale, schedule a thrift store truck to pick up the unsold items.