Mar 3 through Mar 24 Auction Volunteer Signups

Can you spare 60 minutes as a Volunteer at the auction? If so, visit one of our signup crew, Linda Peterson, Ilene Steele, Kathy Willoughby, or Lyn Pearson, in the breezeway between the sanctuary and religious education building on any Sunday. One of them will be there and happy to sign you up for a bit of auction assistance. Thank you – your 2019 Auction Co-chairs Ilene Steele and Linda Peterson

Mar 6 Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne Concert

Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne, of Legends of the Celtic Harp, will be in concert in the sanctuary on Wednesday, March 6th at 7:00 PM.  They will share the beautiful sounds and images of Celtic harps, rare instruments, and wondrous stories.  Tickets will be available at the door for $20, or pay what you can.

Mar 15 Dining Out

March Dining Out is at 5:00 pm Friday, March 15, at Miguels’, 1140 E. Amador. Please sign up in the lobby by Wednesday (13th). For information contact

Apr 26 A Night At The Ranch

The Annual Auction is April 27, 2019, at 5:00 PM and the theme is “A Night at the Ranch”.  Think about what Event, Service and/or Gift Certificate you might be able to offer for auction this year.  Donation forms will be available March 3, in the church lobby, library, and Religious Education Great Room, and must be submitted on or before March 24th. Events may be as simple or as creative as you like.  For example, this year Fred and Wilma Flintstone (Tom and Joan Dormody) hosted a Super Bowl party with appropriate caveman food.  Dave and Ilene Steele offered “Frankenfurters and Young Frankenstein” where they served hot dogs and everyone watched the movie.  Feel free to contact Linda Peterson or Ilene Steele with any questions. PLEASE LET THE AUCTION COMMITTEE KNOW IF YOU INTEND TO BRING CHILDREN TO THE AUCTION.  We need to know as soon as possible so we can arrange childcare for them.

Auction donation forms are now available online at

2019 UUA General Assembly

The Power of We
Spokane, Washington | June 19-23, 2019

General Assembly is an unforgettable experience for the thousands of Unitarian Universalists that attend each June. Attendees leave with a renewed sense of energy, inspiration, and innovative ideas to take back to their congregations and communities. GA is even more enjoyable if experienced with a delegation of congregational peers who can share expenses and meals and provide mutual support during the conference. This year, in addition to Theme-Based Programming, the schedule will feature Role-Based Track Programming, including time for discussion among attendees, sharing inspiring models and stories, and concrete suggestions for how to further the work or “take it home.”

In order to raise interest and to help your congregations learn more about General Assembly, we have assembled promotional resources to download, copy, or print for further distribution.

Promotional Materials

Promotional Videos

Additional Materials

Rev. Dr. Todd F. Eklof welcomes Unitarian Universalists to Spokane, location of the 2019 General Assembly (GA) on behalf of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane.