On Saturday, July 10, 2021 (8am-1pm). Come to the Reopening of Second Saturday Sales at St. Thomas!

This sale will be held entirely outdoors at the Barn. Rain date: Sunday July 11, 1:00-6:00pm


We will have all of our usual departments open: Toys, Books, Art, Jewelry, Bric-a-Brac, Hardware, Men’s and Women’s clothing, Sports, Furniture, & Mac’s Café. All outdoors. Live music. The proceeds go to help many charities near and far. Come celebrate the reopening with us.


Donations are once again open 24/7 at the Barn. Please NO mattresses NO box springs, NO medical equipment, NO large upholstered furniture, NO electronics. Questions about a donation? Contact Jim Weiss: jlangdonweiss@gmail.com.


We need Mover Volunteers early on July 10th to move items from the barn to outside. Contact Jim Weiss (jlangdonweiss@gmail.com) if you would like to volunteer at the Barn.

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.

St. Thomas, Whitemarsh is proud to support the following organizations: The Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard, Interfaith Housing Alliance, GAIA (Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance), Our Little Roses (Honduras), The Honduras Water Mission, Episcopal Community Services, Laurel House, St. James School (Philadelphia), Cradles to Crayons, Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels, and Visiting Nurse Association of Abington.

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.