First Congregational Church
of Chappaqua

210 Orchard Ridge Road    Chappaqua, New York 10514    (914) 238-4411

An Open and Affirming Church

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at 10:00 am






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Barn Sale

2014 Barn Sale dates

Sale Days

    Friday  May 2  9 am - 8 pm
Saturday  May 3  9 am - 2 pm

Bargain Barn Sale Days

Wed. evening May 7    4 pm - 8 pm
               Thurs. May 8  9:30 am - 2 pm *

         * Sale closes at 12:30 and reopens at 1 pm
for “Rent-a-Bag” sale until 2 pm


Donations will be accepted on

Mon.- Fri.

April 21-25

9:30 am-3 pm


April 26

10 am-2 pm


April 27

noon-2 pm

and during the public consignment dates listed below.


Consignments are accepted on


April 28

9:30 am-2 pm & 6-8 pm


April 29

9:30 am-2 pm & 6-8 pm


April 30

9:30 am-2 pm & 6-8 pm

New this year:  Clothing can not be consigned

50%-50% Consignment, minimum value is $20 for each item and there is a one-time consignment fee of $5.

Large item pickups are available during Consignment at a modest fee of $5.00. Call the Barn Sale office at FCC to request a pickup.

NOTE: Pick up of unsold items will be Monday, May 5th from 10 am-12 noon and 6 pm-8 pm.

Have a great day!

Items not Accepted

Oversized furniture (e.g. armoires)

Console Television sets

Convertible Sofa-beds

Mattresses & Bed pillows

Adult Winter coats

Lingerie & Bathing suits

Shoes (unless new or barely worn)

School or Organizational apparel showing name or emblem (e.g. Scout uniforms)

Children's car seats & “potty/toilet” seats

Computer monitors & equipment


Winter sports equipment (e.g. skis/poles, snowboards/sleds, ski boots)

Weight sets

Guns (including antique guns)

Encyclopedia Books

See our
2014 Flyer

What is Barn Sale?

Barn Sale is a high quality consignment and tag sale. Local stores provide us with new clothing and other merchandise, along with items for our raffle. A large assortment of treasures and other goods are consigned or donated from the community. 

Hundreds of people come from neighboring communities to shop with us for special items and great bargains.

It is the largest single fellowship activity at the First Congregational Church and the money raised helps to support our church and all its programs.



Barn Sale makes donations of requested merchandise to many charitable organizations. The following groups received donations during 2013:


Boys and Girls Club of Norwalk

Furniture ShareHouse

Ossining Children’s Center

Quest for Peace

American Cancer Society Discovery Shop





During past Barn Sales, the following businesses consigned or donated merchandise for sale, gifts or gift certificates , or provided food for volunteer’s meals. We thank them for all their contributions.



Squires Family Clothing & Footwear

Chappaqua Paint and Hardware 

Chappaqua Village Market

Gail Patrick Catering

King Street Bar & Grill

Lange's Little Store

Le Jardin du Roi

Mario's Pizza

OldStone Trattoria

Quaker Hill Tavern

Susan Lawrence Gourmet Foods


Berger’s Hardware 

Island Imports


Country Deli

Dodd's Liquor City

Drug Mart

Stonehedge Day Spa

Mount Kisco


Lexington Square Café


Jean-Jacques' Culinary Creations


go to
all the merchants
our sale. 


Barn Sale History

Barn Sale began over fifty years ago in a member’s barn (hence the name) and has run almost every year since then. For many years, Barn Sale was the sole provenance of the
Ladies Aid Society (later know as the Women's Society), although most congregation members and others in the community joined in. The funds raised were allocated by the Women’s Society to some special project within the church, or to an outreach chosen by the group. With the disbanding of the Women’s Society in the 1970s, no single group retained the responsibility for running the sale. It continued to be run by an ad hoc group of former Women’s Society members. 

In the 1980s & 1990s, different people took responsibility for various aspects of the sale under the oversight of the Coordinator of Volunteer Ministries, a staff position. Today it is managed solely by volunteers from the congregation. While the structure of the sale has changed little since its inception, lifestyles and membership have changed greatly. Difficulties have arisen in staffing the sale during workday hours. Now the need is even greater as there are more merchandise offerings each year.

Barn Sale Volunteers

Barn Sale is a great way to meet many members of the congregation on an informal basis, work together, and laugh together. 

Please set aside time in your schedule for this very important church event. The majority of work is done during the three weeks at the end of April into early May. Jobs include publicity, soliciting new merchandise, processing consigned and donated merchandise, room setup and clean up, cashiering, security, food service for volunteers and disposal of leftover merchandise. 

There are opportunities to help on weekdays, evenings and weekends. There are jobs for all levels of involvement. We have small ones, ones that could be for one hour or the whole week.  We encourage participation by all members of the church and look forward to getting to know you better. 

If you would like to volunteer for Barn Sale, please watch for signup sheets during the month of April each year and join in the fun and fellowship!

Members and friends of the congregation and many other community residents participate to make Barn Sale fun for all.


Well over one hundred people will contribute thousands of hours of effort to make it a success.




If you haven't experienced Barn Sale, consider joining us in this rewarding fellowship. Remember, Barn Sale is

*** FUN ***

*** FRIENDLY ***


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The mission of the First Congregational Church is to be a caring community, seeking to know and love God joyfully by following Jesus Christ, in our worship, fellowship, service, and outreach to God's world.

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