The metro Atlanta Jubilee Church will move later this month to a new building in Woodstock.
Jubilee has been meeting in Marietta at Kell High School’s auditorium for years, but the church feels its new building will allow for more opportunities to expand and add new members to its congregation.
In its new building, the church will also be very close to Restore, its food pantry and Revive Consignment Store, its thriving non-profit operation.
Restore also acts as a resource center for Jubilee’s work with the homeless.
In addition, Jubilee owns and operates Revive, which helps with ministries for homelessness, addictions and other causes.
Located next to Goodwill, Revive carries new and hardly used clothing for sizes from infant to adult, including plus sizes, maternity clothes and men’s clothes.
The store carries adult clothing brands such as Gap, Express, Banana Republic, The Limited, Victoria’s Secret and Ann Taylor. Its brands for children include Baby Gap, Healthtex, Carters, Osh Kosh B’Gosh and many others.
Revive also sells shoes, handbags, jewelry and affordable furniture with a furniture delivery service.
To liven up home living spaces, Revive has much home decor to offer, ranging from lighting and artwork to various home accessories including acrylic paintings, pen and ink drawings, unique photography, jewelry and handmade greetings cards.
Jubilee opened Revive in the summer of 2007. The consignment store has been going strong ever since.
Its coffee shop provides hot coffee, tea and cookies.
Revive is located in Woodstock at 9425 Highway 92, Suite 136. It is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is closed Sundays, when Jubilee meets for its worship services at the Kell auditorium at 10 a.m.
For more information about Jubilee Church or Revive Consignment Store, visit www.jubileechurch
atlanta.com or www.revive