Rev. Kim Wildszewski

Abundance of Joy

November’s theme is Abundance. This Sunday, let’s begin by only telling stories of Joy this week. The Crossing Chorale will be singing.   Listen here:

Tales for the Afterlives

On this All Saints All Souls Sunday, we explore some tales from the afterlives and look toward our life now.   This sermon was delivered in three parts with meditative music in between.  Please be sure to listen to the end:

95 Theses

This month marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, kicked off by Martin Luther posting his 95 Theses. In honor of this occasion, come hear some of what UU ministers today think our own would be today; statements that speak to where we are and where we are going as a faith; statements that offer … Continued

Courage in the Closet

October 11th celebrates the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and the courage of coming out through National Coming Out Day. On this Sunday we join in this celebration, and honor the courageous lives within the closets, too. Listen here:

On Being Scared

A reflection on a courageous life in the midst of fear, and letting go of being the giants we hoped we’d be. Listen here:

To Welcome Forgiveness

In the spirit of the Jewish High Holy Days, let us gather with our theme of Welcome and welcome the practice of forgiving and receiving forgiveness. Note: This Sunday we return to two services at 9am and 11am.   Listen here:

Pulling Up the Carpet

With the congregational meeting following, let’s recall who we are, the blessings of those before, and think joyfully and boldly for those who will follow.   Listen here:

Annual Water Ingathering Service

Welcome home and welcome back! Come with your water from rivers, oceans, faucets or the clouds and celebrate together another change of season and another year. This service is multigenerational and the first Sunday to hear again the Crossings Chorale!   No audio available.

Remember the Music

In a monthly theme of Rootedness, we return to music that connects us to who we are and where we come from.   Listen to three homilies here:

Roots Hold Us Close

In this monthly theme of Rootedness, we welcome our Ministerial Resident, Sue Flynn, this Sunday; bless the backpacks gathered for HomeFront and the UUCWC children; and tell the stories of who we are and who we hope to be in the year to come. August Theme: Rootedness Many of us sing it every Sunday: “Roots … Continued