Call to West Seattle and Vashon Artistis
Aug
31
5:00 PM17:00

Call to West Seattle and Vashon Artistis

Call to Artists

Art Show Artists Information 2018

Art Show Artists Application 2018

What We Are Seeking:

Fauntleroy Fine Art and Holiday Gift Show will highlight the creativity of fine artists and crafters, working in any medium.  Applicants must be a resident of, or have studio space in, West Seattle or Vashon Island. Painters, glass artists, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, fiber artists and crafters who exhibit a high level of creativity are encouraged to apply.

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24th Annual 2nd Time Sale
Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

24th Annual 2nd Time Sale

About

Our 2nd Time Sale in mid September is a major annual event for the whole West Seattle community. Since the sale began in 1994, proceeds have benefited our many ministries , both locally and farther afield. We carefully check all donations to be sure that only lightly used items in good repair get onto our well - organized sale floor. Bargain - priced items include kitchen ware, furniture, tools, crafts, books, linens, art, jewelry, and toys, plus 'Cut Above' treasures and fine jewelry. We also occasionally have a vehicle or boat for sale. For those with a sweet tooth, our bake sale is a popular feature

How to Donate

We accept donations throughout the year; simply call the church office (206-932-5600) to make arrangements. If packing or delivering is burdensome, we can rally volunteers to help. After Labor Day, bring donations directly to Fellowship Hall , using convenient parking behind the kitchen. We accept donations through Wednesday of sale week and will gladly provide a charitable - donation receipt.

What not to Donate

We cannot accept, regardless of condition

  • TVs or stereos
  • Entertainment centers
  • Sofas or loveseats
  • Paint or similar products
  • Major appliances
  • Halogen light fixtures or lamps
  • Skis or ski boots
  • Computer or other electronic equipment
  • Violent toys/games
  • Sofabeds, waterbeds, futons, mattresses
  • Clothing of any kind
  • Metal chairs with plactic or fabric attached

Sale leftovers

Charities benefiting from sale leftovers include

  • Goodwill
  • Libraries for all
  • Ryther Child Center
  • St. Vincent De Paul
  • Salvation Army
  • Toys for Tots
  • Union Gospel Mission
  • West Seattle Cancer Discovery Shop
  • Westside Baby
  • West Seattle Senior Center Thrift Shop

Access

Sale spaces are fully accessible by elevator from off-street parking. The church is served by Metro Rapid Ride’s C line.

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24th Annual 2nd Time Sale
Sep
16
11:30 AM11:30

24th Annual 2nd Time Sale

About

Our 2nd Time Sale in mid September is a major annual event for the whole West Seattle community. Since the sale began in 1994, proceeds have benefited our many ministries , both locally and farther afield. We carefully check all donations to be sure that only lightly used items in good repair get onto our well - organized sale floor. Bargain - priced items include kitchen ware, furniture, tools, crafts, books, linens, art, jewelry, and toys, plus 'Cut Above' treasures and fine jewelry. We also occasionally have a vehicle or boat for sale. For those with a sweet tooth, our bake sale is a popular feature

How to Donate

We accept donations throughout the year; simply call the church office (206-932-5600) to make arrangements. If packing or delivering is burdensome, we can rally volunteers to help. After Labor Day, bring donations directly to Fellowship Hall , using convenient parking behind the kitchen. We accept donations through Wednesday of sale week and will gladly provide a charitable - donation receipt.

What not to Donate

We cannot accept, regardless of condition

  • TVs or stereos
  • Entertainment centers
  • Sofas or loveseats
  • Paint or similar products
  • Major appliances
  • Halogen light fixtures or lamps
  • Skis or ski boots
  • Computer or other electronic equipment
  • Violent toys/games
  • Sofabeds, waterbeds, futons, mattresses
  • Clothing of any kind
  • Metal chairs with plactic or fabric attached

Sale leftovers

Charities benefiting from sale leftovers include

  • Goodwill
  • Libraries for all
  • Ryther Child Center
  • St. Vincent De Paul
  • Salvation Army
  • Toys for Tots
  • Union Gospel Mission
  • West Seattle Cancer Discovery Shop
  • Westside Baby
  • West Seattle Senior Center Thrift Shop

Access

Sale spaces are fully accessible by elevator from off-street parking. The church is served by Metro Rapid Ride’s C line.

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Christmas Concert
Dec
16
5:00 PM17:00

Christmas Concert

Enjoy both new and familiar music of the season in a free vocal and instrumental concert by the chancel choir at Fauntleroy Church (9140 California Ave. SW), starting at 5:00 pm in the sanctuary.

Fully accessible by elevator from parking.

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Reducing Climate Change Pollution in Washington State
May
20
11:30 AM11:30

Reducing Climate Change Pollution in Washington State

On Sunday, May 20 after church in Fellowship Hall, Steve Sundquist will give a presentation on Initiative 1631, the Protect Washington Act. This proposed initiative is currently in the signature gathering phase for the November ballot.

The measure will charge pollution fees on large emitters of greenhouse gas pollution, and use the revenues to invest in clean energy, reduce pollution, and assist workers and poor communities in making the transition to a green energy economy.

Come learn about the initiative and how you can help!

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Sweet, Sweet Music
May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Sweet, Sweet Music

Join us for “MR ROY G BIV’ – a journey through all the colors of the rainbow in song. Sip a glass of wine, enjoy coffee, tea and other refreshments, sit back and relax and be entertained with music of many styles from Big Band to musical theater to contemporary songs.

Music Director, Bronwyn Edwards, and Betsy Boyer will be joined by Fauntleroy friends. Special guests: Gary Sparling on bass, and the D.A.M. Ukulele Band. As always, we appreciate dessert donations for this church fundraiser.

Adults $10, Seniors $8, kids admitted free.

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Drilling Down on Homelessness
May
3
7:00 PM19:00

Drilling Down on Homelessness

REAL PEOPLE - COMPLEX CIRCUMSTANCES - NO EASY SOLUTIONS EXPLORE PRACTICAL WAYS YOU CAN AFFECT HOW SEATTLE GAINS MORE LOW-INCOME HOUSING.

  • ON THE INITIATIVE TO ADD A SMALL HOUSE TO ONE BACKYARD PER BLOCK
  • ON THE PROPOSED EMPLOYEE-HOURS TAX ON LARGE SEATTLE BUSINESSES
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Welcoming the Stranger: How Can Religious Institutions Help Those at Risk of Deportation?
Feb
5
6:30 PM18:30

Welcoming the Stranger: How Can Religious Institutions Help Those at Risk of Deportation?

  • Supper 6:30 PM (freewill donation)
  • Program 7:00 PM

Location: Fellowship Hall, Fauntleroy Church

Michael Ramos, executive director, Church Council of Greater Seattle

An organization convening and catalyzing communities and people of faith to create a world of justice, in part through support of refugees and immigrants facing unjust detention and deportation.

Phillip Lienau, co-chair, steering committee, Sanctuary Hub at St. Mark’s Cathedral.

A project providing shelter and drawing other churches into its support network for people at risk of deportation.

Advance registration encouraged through the church office: 206-932-5600 or jackie@fauntleroyucc.org

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From Detention to Deportation: Who Ends Up at the Northwest Detention Center and What Happens to Them?
Jan
29
6:30 PM18:30

From Detention to Deportation: Who Ends Up at the Northwest Detention Center and What Happens to Them?

  • Supper 6:30 PM (freewill donation)
  • Program 7:00 PM

Location: Fellowship Hall, Fauntleroy Church

Deborah Cruz, volunteer coordinator, Advocates for Immigrants in Detention Northwest

An organization assisting and advocating for detained immigrants and their families at the Tacoma-based, for-profit detention center - with 1,575 beds, one of the largest in the U.S.

Janet Gwilym, managing attorney, Kids in Need of Defense

An organization representing unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children pro bono.

Advance registration encouraged through the church office: 206-932-5600 or jackie@fauntleroyucc.org

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Sweet, Sweet Music
Jan
26
7:30 PM19:30

Sweet, Sweet Music

The Fauntleroy Women's Ensemble will perform a mix of secular and sacred music, backed by percussion and didgeridoo. $15/adult, $10/senior at the door or in advance through the church office. Includes beverage and dessert during intermission.

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Living in the Shadows: The Human Toll of Current Immigration Policy
Jan
22
6:30 PM18:30

Living in the Shadows: The Human Toll of Current Immigration Policy

  • Supper 6:30 PM (freewill donation)
  • Program 7:00 PM

Location: Fellowship Hall, Fauntleroy Church

Lonnie Tristan Renteria, executive director, clinical services, Puentes

An agency mobilizing mental health resources to help undocumented migrants and their families cope and flourish

Karen Gamez, University of Washington senior

An immigrant-rights advocate since high school now at risk of losing her DACA status

Advance registration encouraged through the church office: 206-932-5600 or jackie@fauntleroyucc.org

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Alternative Giving Fair
Dec
3
11:30 AM11:30

Alternative Giving Fair

  • Fauntleroy Church, Fellowship Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Say 'I love you!' or 'Thank you!' to family members, friends, teachers, caregivers, and other special people this holiday by giving from the heart in their name.

Representatives of at least 19 non-profits will be on hand to explain what they do and welcome donations that strengthen families and communities, support elders, care for creation, and respond to hunger and homelessness. Festive refreshments in Fellowship Hall; fully accessible by elevator from parking.

Opportunities to Give from the Heart

Co-sponsored by Alki and Admiral UCC congregations and the West Seattle and Fauntleroy YMCA.

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Alternative Giving Fair
Dec
2
6:00 PM18:00

Alternative Giving Fair

  • Fauntleroy Church, Fellowship Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Say 'I love you!' or 'Thank you!' to family members, friends, teachers, caregivers, and other special people this holiday by giving from the heart in their name.

Representatives of at least 19 non-profits will be on hand to explain what they do and welcome donations that strengthen families and communities, support elders, care for creation, and respond to hunger and homelessness. Festive refreshments in Fellowship Hall; fully accessible by elevator from parking.

Opportunities to Give from the Heart

Co-sponsored by Alki and Admiral UCC congregations and the West Seattle and Fauntleroy YMCA.

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