Welcome to Westminster Thrift Shop

Westminster's Thrift Shop was opened in the borough of West Chester in 1990 for the purpose of raising money to support the building fund for a new church building to be built on Pleasant Grove Road, just south of West Chester. Shortly after the first contribution was made, Session approved a motion to divide all contributions evenly between mission and the building fund. Today, all donated funds go to the Thrift Shop outreach fund. 

Thrift Shop is excited to move to their new location at Gay Street plaza in the borough of West Chester. Opening day will be September 11 at 1pm. 

The Westminster Thrift Shop serves as an agent of Westminster Presbyterian Church's outreach in the borough of West Chester by providing quality recycled merchandise at affordable prices.

543-545 E. Gay Street  
Units 22 & 23
West Chester, PA 19380
Telephone: 610-692-9298

The Shop is open from the second week in September through the second week of June.
Monday is a volunteer workday: 9am - 3pm (donations accepted)
Open for shopping:
Monday: 1pm -4pm
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - 10am - 4pm
Saturdays: 9am - 1pm 


9-11:30am Saturday, August 26 
Dropoff donations at Westminster Church at the main entrance

The Thrift Shop is overseen by a Board of Directors.  Board members are Diane DeSieno-Lane - Chairwoman, Judy Eberhardt - Secretary, Joy Weigel, Fran Marcus, Karyl Murrary, Carmen Knox, Judy Miller, and Sue Yockey, all members of Westminster.

The shop is run by manager Karen Koepke, also a member of Westminster, and staffed by volunteers. Over the course of a shop season approximately 50 volunteers provide about 4,500 hours of service.

Donations are accepted at the Thrift Shop during the hours listed above, or may be placed in containers which are located in the storeroom in Spellman Hall at Westminster at your convenience. Donations are welcome from Westminster members and friends. Forms for income tax purposes are available upon request. Any evaluation for tax purposes is the privilege and responsibility of the donor. Visit the Guidelines page for further details.