Sing into Spring! Auction 2022: There’s Something for Everybody!

The much anticipated UUCWC Spring Auction, “Sing into Spring,” is right around the corner! Now’s the time to look ahead and plan your participation in this fundraising and fun-raising, event. Online bidding opens Saturday, April 30, at 9:00 am, and continues through Saturday, May 7, ending promptly at 11:59 pm.

You’re invited to two Auction Events in the UUCWC Crossings Room:
• Auction Kick-off on Sunday, April 17, 11 am:
Auction Book distribution
Door Prizes and Raffle Baskets!
Display of Featured Items!

Auction Preview Party on Sunday, April 24, 11 am:
Entertainment & Refreshments!
Display of Items!
Door Prizes and Raffle Baskets!
Auction Book distribution
Online Demo/Registration Assistance

In addition to previewing auction items at these events, you can review the entire array of 200+ items in the professionally printed auction book, which will also be available on the UUCWC website on April 17.
The online auction site will also include a graphic representation of each item being offered. You can map out your auction bidding strategy by selecting the items you’d like, prioritizing them and reviewing the instructions.

Take a sneak peek at some of the appealing items that can be yours.
Whether you’re interested in meals, services offered by church members, items for your home or to give as gifts, or vacation getaways, there’s something for you in this year’s auction, at all price points.

You’ll find both annual favorites as well as many new offerings:
• Please, Go Away! Stays at a Catskills cabin, a condo in coastal Maine, a historic B&B in the Poconos, and a Rehoboth beach house!
• Start your own Band! A beautiful piano donated by the family of Beverly Railsback, a silver flute, a keyboard and a guitar!
• Spirituality Deepening – Workshops, walks in the woods and
a sermon of your choice by Rev. Kim Wildszewski.
• Dining In or Out – Shrimp and Crab Fest, Día de los Muertos Dinner, Market Roost Brunch, Yardley Inn, Octoberfest, to name a few.
• Homemade Food Delivery – soups, pies, cookies, cakes and breads galore!
• Gift Cards – Brick Farm Market, It’s Nutts, Washington Crossing Inn, Colonial Farms, Piccola Trattoria, Vaseful Florist Shop, Seasons Garden Center, Newtown Bookstore, with many donated by the businesses.
• Services – Bicycle Tune-up/Repair, House Plant Rescue, Hair Styling, Knitting Lessons, Handyman Services, Editing, Videotaping, Croissant Making.
• Events – Wine Tastings, Movie Nights, Golf Outings, Nature Hikes, Craft Workshops.
• Physical Items – Handmade Quilt, Remote-controlled Drone, Handmade Side/End Tables, Hand-carved Artwork by Roy Vogel, Ceramic Dishes, Specialty Espresso Maker, Indoor Grill.
• Gift Baskets – collections and themes include Wines, Beer, Edye’s Naturals skin care, Book Lovers, Farm-Fresh Products, Racial Justice, Family Action and Earth Ministry mission-oriented baskets and so much more!

Auction items that involve a social gathering are expected to follow current COVID-19 guidelines; however, due to changing circumstances, we ask for flexibility on the part of hosts and buyers.
Make connections and build community all year long through Auction items.

Our members express it best:
“If you like to go out to dinner, see a movie, visit a museum, go on a hike, etc., why not do it with someone from church by supporting the Annual Auction and the church? It’s definitely a WIN/WIN situation!!!”
— Lori Rahn

If you have questions or would like more information, email