Christmas Online Auction
Welcome to the Old St Paul's Christmas Online Auction, 2021
This week's online auction will help us to continue our core missions of hosting a shelter for the homeless ("The Inn") and the on-going care and maintenance of our historic building, during these difficult times.
We thank you for taking to time to view the items listed in our auction and we hope you will find that something special for yourself or someone you love.
Our sincerest thanks go out to the many local businesses that have contributed to the success of our auction. Please support them.
** IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR WINNING BIDDERS **
Curb-side pick-up is on Thursday, November 11th from 4 - 7 pm and on Saturday, November 13th from 8am to 11:00 at Old St Paul's Church, 723 Dundas St. Woodstock. (Subject to change before the auction begins.)
Shipping is not available unless arranged prior to the end of the auction.
Please contact us at email@example.com with questions regarding an alternate pick-up time, shipping or delivery within Oxford County.
Items not paid for by November 13th at noon, may go to the second highest bidder.
The following payment options are available:
In-person: Credit card, debit card, E-transfer or cash (exact change please).
Local delivery: E-transfer or cash.
For shipped items: E-transfer only.
E-transfers must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before pick-up, delivery or shipping.
091. Pair of Occasional Chairs
093. Two tickets for a Champagne Flight
with Skyward Balloons
100. Woodstock Navy Vets Season's Pass
101. Beautiful Vintage Rocking Chair
120. Southward Bound Plate
Canadian Wildlife Foundation
145. Hand-made quilt
One-of-a-kind Heirloom Quilt
147. Phillips Pasta Maker
177. Ultimate Pampering Gift Basket
Includes One Hour of Therapeutic Massage
194. Mens Golf Shirt XL (MacDonald Steel)
218. Butterfly painting
About Old St Paul's Church, Woodstock
Old St Paul's is Woodstock's Heritage Church. The church building was constructed in 1834 and contains some of the most significant historical monuments in the city. We have always been a very active congregation hosting many groups from all over Oxford County and we look forward to getting back to that when COVID subsides.
Old St Paul's is located on the lands of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. We recognize the Indigenous peoples who continue to call this land home and act as its stewards. We appreciate that the congregation of Old St Paul's also has responsibility, with all peoples, to share and care for this land for generations to come.
Our responsibilities also include providing shelter to the homeless by providing space for "The Inn". As well, we are committed to the on-going care and maintenance of this historic building.