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West Valley Lutheran Thrift Shop

Mission and Ministry


The West Valley Lutheran Thrift Shop (WVLTS) is a non-profit second-hand store that provides bargain prices to customers and financial support to many west valley charities. The store offers a friendly shopping environment with daily specials. Items for sale include various antiques, books, clothing and accessories, furniture, hardware, kitchenware, sheets, tablecloths, towels, Art, Glassware, small appliances, tools, TV and stereo equipment, etc. The net earnings of the store help support many west valley social services and ministries of the Church. Your tax deductible donations of usable and resalable items help support this outreach ministry.


Sun Bowl Plaza
10737 W. Peoria Ave.
Sun City, Arizona 85351
(623) 815-7061


The store offers free pick-up of furniture plus large item delivery at a nominal fee. All other donated items may be dropped off at the store during regular business hours. Call 623-815-7061 for more information.

The West Valley Lutheran Thrift Shop is open 6 days a week (Monday – Saturday) from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

We’ve come a long way, baby!


After 30 years, we’ve now settled in to 2024! It’s always fun to look back at some of the accomplishments of the past year and of the last thirty years!


Who could have imagined? We started with one suite in the Sun Bowl Plaza for the purpose of “extending” American Lutheran’s annual yard sale to benefit more people throughout the year. Now we occupy more than 35,000 sq. ft. and are the largest shop in the plaza. 


We’ve come a long way since 1994! We’re definitely not your grandma’s thrift shop anymore! This past year we welcomed more new volunteers who generously worked more than 33,000 hours. 

Come by and visit soon. While you’re here, check out our large selection of Valentine’s Day items. If you think you would like to be a part of the Lutheran Thrift Shop, ask for a tour and a volunteer application. We look forward to seeing you.  623.815.7061


Please consider supporting the Lutheran Thrift Shop, as they have provided CELC with several grants in recent years.

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