Disciple Shop up and running


By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



Courtesy photo Team leading the efforts to reopen The Disciple Shop, Fulton. From left: Paul Kort, Disciple Shop Trustee, new Manager Charlene Davis, and Pat Rinehart, Harmony Church.


The Disciple Shop is a place where shoppers can visit without the stress of

heavy traffic, parking is made simple, walking kept to a minimum and the coffee is always on.

Located in Fulton, the shop offers gently used donated items to not only individuals and families who are struggling and in need but people just

seeking bargains will be pleased with the shop’s wide range of goods.

There is a varied choice of clothing for men, women and children; household goods, furnishings, toys, utensils and other merchandise that has been care- fully prepared for shoppers.

In addition, shoppers can pick up a loaf of bread and baked goods from Kroger at no cost.

In the past the Disciple Shop has been a life saver to many people, from

individuals to families, who when experiencing some turbulent times,

have turned to the Disciple Shop. Customers, too, are those who like

seeking bargains and they will find them in the Disciple Shop, located

at 109 East Main Street.

The Shop is an outreach center for the United Methodist Ministries of

Southern Morrow County (Ohio). Methodist Churches comprising the UMMSMC include Center, Fairview and Cardington First, all of Cardington;

Chesterville, Harmony Chapel, Marengo and Sparta.

Volunteers offer their services working at the shop which is open

three days a week, Monday and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm and Friday

from 10 am to 5 pm

The shop can be reached at 419-961-4452 or on Facebook: ‘Disciple Shop

Fulton Ohio’

Shopping is made easy in this quiet rural setting. Give it a try – the shop’s

personnel welcomes you. You will be pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness

and the smoke-free environment.

Courtesy photo Team leading the efforts to reopen The Disciple Shop, Fulton. From left: Paul Kort, Disciple Shop Trustee, new Manager Charlene Davis, and Pat Rinehart, Harmony Church.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_pic-1-Disciple-Shop-1-1-1.jpgCourtesy photo Team leading the efforts to reopen The Disciple Shop, Fulton. From left: Paul Kort, Disciple Shop Trustee, new Manager Charlene Davis, and Pat Rinehart, Harmony Church.

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel

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