UWF Bazaar and Craft Fair
Our Holiday Bazaar, which is held on the first Saturday of November each year, is known throughout the region as the place to come for holiday crafts, gifts and goodies. With dozens of vendors, a silent auction, delicious food, and more, there’s something for everyone!
We need more crafters! If you know of someone who may be interested, please contact Vendor Chair Carol Engelbrecht at email@example.com or click the buttons for vendor guide and application.
This Year's Bazaar Beneficiaries
Western Fairfax Christian Ministries: A Western Fairfax County homelessness prevention effort assisting individuals and families who are struggling in the affordable housing crisis with food pantry and other services www.wfcmva.org
CUMC Food Ministries: An on-going effort to provide food for the local community, including week-end food for children in need at two local Centreville elementary schools (Centre Ridge and Bull Run.
Wesley Housing Development Corporation: The goal of this organization is to develop, own, operate, and maintain affordable housing and to sustain quality communities for low and moderate income individuals in Northern Virginia. www.wesleyhousing.org
Just Neighbors: provides immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees of all faiths and nationalities in Northern Virginia to help them become contributing members of society. It also fosters mutual understanding between immigrants and the larger community in which they live. www.justneighbors.org
Donate to the Bazaar
Our Holiday Bazaar and Craft Fair accepts the following donations:
Grandma’s Attic: We have three years of donations of gently used fashion jewelry of all types, so no additional donations are needed. However, if you have something that you really want to donate, you may drop off in church front office. All donations MUST BE received by October 1. Contact Chair Marcie Schoonmaker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silent Auction: We need gift cards and gift certificates! If you have a card that you are not using or have suggestions for requests, contact Chair Patricia Wolfe at email@example.com or click here for request letter. Donations can be dropped off in the front office the week of October 31.
Book Nook: After receiving several requests, we are adding the Book Nook and are looking for donations of books and jigsaw puzzles. We cannot accept textbooks, encyclopedias, dictionaries or VHS tapes. We can accept CD’s and DVD’s. Donations can be dropped off in Fellowship Hall beginning November 2. For more information, contact Chair Bev Bissell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holiday House: We need donations of other-than-Christmas items and they can be dropped off in the Fellowship Hall beginning Wednesday, November 2. Be sure to mark for Bazaar. Contact Alyson Sengstack at email@example.com.
Bake Sale: Since we have not had a bake sale in three years, everyone is looking forward to this! Donations of home baked goods and jams are needed and may be dropped off in the kitchen on November 4. Items should be clearly marked for Bake Sale and baked goods with nuts should be marked. Contact Chair Blair Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bazaar Lunch: Details on donations will be provided later. If you are able to help with this, contact Jill Lee at email@example.com.
For more information on donations, contact Centreville United Women in Faith at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message with the church receptionist at 703.830.2684.