All Saints Jewelry Shoppe opened in October of 2022. All jewelry sold in the shoppe has been donated to the church, and all proceeds from the shoppe support the mission and ministry of All Saints Episcopal Church. Some of our higher end items are listed online through our official eBay Charity Store which can be viewed here: Individual eBay sellers can also participate in ‘Sell for Charity’ and designate a percent of their sale that will be donated to All Saints; more details can be found here:

Sample Jewelry we have sold.

The All Saints Jewelry Shoppe accepts donations year-round of fashion and fine jewelry. To make a donation or to visit the shoppe, you can come peruse or drop of donations during office hours (Mon-Thurs, 10am-2pm) or after services on Sunday morning. You can also make an appointment with our Jewelry Maestro, the Rev. Justin R. Cannon ( We also have a Self-Serve Section of fashion jewelry for sale from $1.00-5.00 (name-your-own-price) available in the parish hall.

How did the shoppe start?

“All Saints holds a rummage sale each year…” Father Justin explains, “…and every year there are treasures like gold rings or sterling silver pieces that we remove from donations before the sale and that I’ve sold on eBay for the church. A couple years ago I sold a sterling silver Tiffany & Co. compass for over $100!” In 2022, there were so many fine jewelry donations that he decided to launch the All Saints Jewelry Shoppe. Since October 2022, he has sold donated rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, brooches, and other pieces to benefit the mission and ministry of All Saints. Father Justin explains, “The fun part is researching each piece— with fine rings deciphering the material, the maker, the age, testing and weighing gems and metals.”

The Rev. Justin R. Cannon, All Saints’ rector, currently is enrolled as a student at the Gemological Institute of America and is working towards certification as an Applied Jewelry Professional. His ultimate goal in pursuing this education is to become a Graduate Gemologist.