auction announcement

2022 Auction – Mark your calendars! IN-PERSON GALA this year! We need your donations!

Good news from your Auction Committee! We’re back to an in-person gala this year, AND we’ll have an online auction, too! You’ll be able to bid on some items from the comfort of your couch, starting Wednesday, November 16. On Saturday, November 19, you can put on your prom clothes & come to the Gala to bid on Live and Silent items. So, essentially, 3 auctions for your enjoyment!

Online Auction– November 16-23

Auction Gala with live auction, silent auction, dinner, and dancing – Saturday, November 19, 5-9 pm, at the AB Tech Conference Center.

We are ready for your donations! Link to the form below.

Stumped for ideas of what to donate? Pouring all your energy into figuring out your prom outfit?! (We know, we are too!) Check out the list of ideas we’ve compiled for you- the link is below.

Look Here for Auction Ideas (updated!)

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A Message from Rev. Dr. Cathy Harrington,
Interim Lead Minister

Greetings Members and Friends of UUCA,

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I am excited and honored to have been chosen to serve as your interim minister during this time of transition and look forward to our time together.  As I have gotten older and wiser, my main goal in life has been to cultivate joy in my personal life and in my ministry.  I tell you this because though we have a lot of hard work to do, we are first going to take time to get to know each other and have fun together.  I want to learn about your accomplishments, challenges, joys, and concerns as well as your hopes and dreams for the future. And we will be carefully navigating the complex challenge of returning to church as the pandemic restrictions are gradually lifted.

As an accredited interim minister (AIM), I have completed multiple trainings and enjoyed years of successful service to multiple UU congregations. I love doing this specialized type of ministry and have claimed as my motto “Love them and leave them.” Saying goodbye is the hardest part of this work but having the privilege to walk this transitional journey with Unitarian Universalist congregations has been the most significant and rewarding ministry of my career.

Rev. Cathy Harrington