FRAMINGHAM – The Salvation Army is holding a moving sale next month.
The sale is scheduled for February 3 from 9 a.m. to noon. at its former location.
The Salvation Army was located at 35 Concord Street in downtown but is now at 59 Howard Street. The Salvation Army moved to its new location this month.
Last year, the building was listed as for sale at $1.57 million.
The 31,404 square foot building, with on-site parking, has been home to the Salvation Army since 1980.
Founded in 1865, the Salvation Army is a Christian faith-based charitable organization.
In downtown Framingham, the organization offers prayer services, social services, a “miracle kitchen” a couple nights a week, bible study, plus a men’s basketball league.
The Salvation Army in Framingham, lead by Majors Walter and Lynnann Rivers, is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. And Sunday for worship starting at 10 a.m.
The Salvation Army moved its popular thift store to Route 9 after purchasing property at 215 Worcester Road for for $3.67 million in September 2010. But in January 2015, the 77,500 square-foot thift store closed.