2022 Season Sale Dates: June 11, July 9, August 13, Sept. 10 AND 24, October 8 CANCELED! , November 12
Second Saturday Sales at St. Thomas are from 8am to 12pm
The Barn has been in operation for numerous years and has always offered some of the most interesting items - things you might not see any where else. All donated by generous neighbors. All proceeds benefit charities near & far. Come enjoy shopping our many departments: Toys, Books, Art, Jewelry, Bric-a-Brac - anything & everything for the home, Hardware, Men’s and Women’s clothing - including our Top Shop filled with designer brands, Sports, Furniture, & Mac’s Café - offering breakfast sandwiches and more.
We're always looking for volunteers! If you enjoy the fellowship, sorting & organizing, early peeks at all sorts of items - then we're the volunteer group for you! Contact Jim Weiss at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
DONATIONS are open 24/7 (donations will not be accepted starting the Wednesday before a sale). The barn accepts donations of items in good condition (clothing, furniture, books, bric-a-brac, jewelry, toys, art, hardware, sporting equipment). Please NO TVs or other electronics, NO mattresses or box springs, NO medical supplies, NO metal filing cabinets, NO large upholstered furniture. If you are unsure about a donation, you may contact Jim Weiss at: email@example.com.
The Barn at St. Thomas Whitemarsh 7020 Camp Hill Road, Fort Washington, PA 19034
Payment Methods We accept checks & cash.
100% of St. Thomas Barn sales support local, national, and global charities. These charities rely on our financial support. Thank you for supporting Outreach at St Thomas.
The Barn is part of the Outreach program at St. Thomas Whitemarsh.
St. Thomas’ Church is a vibrant and growing church grounded in scripture and enlivened through worship, education, and outreach. As followers of Jesus, we engage in a life-long journey of faith that blends the beauty of tradition with the call to seek God in new and modern ways. The people of St. Thomas’ take seriously the call to respect the dignity of every human being as we strive to be “a house of prayer for all people”. We recognize that each person is a unique and precious gift from God, and are grateful and enriched when they find a home within our faith community.