The 2022 UUCM Auction: Come join us for a Sock Hop!

UUCM2022AuctionUpdated September 23 The UUCM Auction is held each year to create a fun community-building event for our members and friends, and to raise money for the UUCM General Fund. The Auction has grown to be one of the most anticipated events on the UUCM Social Calendar and our largest fundraiser.

After two years of all-virtual auctions, the 2022 event will return to the church building on Saturday November 5th with an in-person live and silent auction. The live auction will also be open to Zoom participants, and we will continue with the popular online bidding from Friday October 28th to Sunday November 6th. This year’s theme is “Sock Hop!”  Our school-dance inspired theme is a celebration of our new DFM and Ministerial Intern, and their role in teaching our children, and helping UUCM to be a teaching congregation.

We hope you will participate in the auction fun. Here’s how:

  1. Mark your Calendar: Put the dates on your calendar and plan to engage in the online and in-person events.
  2. Make a Donation:  Please consider donating an item, event, or experience.  Your donations are critical to the auction’s success. To make a donation, please use the form at by Midnight on Monday, October 24th.  You can find ideas for donations by browsing these past catalogs.
  3. Get More Information: Check out the auction website at, stop by the Auction Information table in the community room on Sundays, or attend a virtual auction information session after church at 11:30am on October 2 and 23 (use this Auction Info Meeting ZOOM LINK).

We look forward to your participation in the auction.  If you have any questions, please contact Fred Hulting ( or Karen Hulting (

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