The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Donations can be dropped off at the store or free at-home pickup is available for larger items.
The Extras: Volunteers are always needed at the Guild Shop.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Montrose-area resale shop for major bargains and classier selection than other similar stores.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Since the 1960s, this Episcopal church-run resale shop has donated all profits to the retired residents of Baytown's St. James House. This 11,000-square-foot shop is popular for more upscale consignment items includingâ¦
By larryw1480452083 at Citysearch
I will start by saying the The Guild Shop does excellent charity work with the revenues generated there. They, for the most part are very nice peo... Read More
By Shop Across Texas at Foursquare
Voted the number one resale shop in Houston in 2011, this ShopAcrossTexas.com Best Store in Town offers furniture, housewares and clothing for resale. Read More
Guild Shop Mean to Consigners
By Wendy P at Insider Pages
Great for buying items, HORRIBLE selling. New manager has no idea what she is doing, many consigners going to the Catholic Charity Guild. So that... Read More
Consigners treated horribly at the Guild
By Picker at Citysearch
The Guild Shop is under new management. The consignors are treated very rudely. this used to be a great place to take my items, but after the way... Read More
By Summer E. at Foursquare
Sometimes its ok to wait sometimes you gotta snatch it! Read More