The Bruton Parish Shop Volunteers
The Bruton Parish Shop, located in front of the Parish House on Duke of Gloucester Street, is open seven days a week for visitors, parishioners, and friends. Its purpose is to extend the mission and ministry of the Church through the sale of religious and other meaningful items that express God's work in our world. Proceeds from the sales go to the Outreach Ministry.
The shop was dedicated on February 16, 1995. Since then, it has generated more than $2,087,000 to support outreach grants ranging from a few hundred dollars to a yearly $50,000 grant. The shop is staffed by an all-volunteer sales force of more than 100. The shop’s site on Merchant’s Square makes it a prime location for visitors to Colonial Williamsburg, and our merchandise includes works by local artists, distinctive jewelry and paintings, and numerous Bruton Parish signature items.





Bruton Shop 1  

Become A Bruton Shop Volunteer

Members of Bruton Parish are invited to become a part of the special ministry of the Bruton Parish Shop. Volunteers are coordinated by the shop's manager. Specific opportunities include:

  •  Greeting Customers
  •  Assisting with sales
  • Operating the Register 
  • Bagging and Wrapping Purchases
  • Mailing Merchandise
  • Assisting with pricing and inventory management
  • Taking phone orders


If you are interested in volunteering in the Shop, please complete the Bruton Shop Volunteer Form  or call the Parish Office at 757-229-2891.