Rev. Kim Wildszewski

A Blessing for One Who is Exhausted

Poet John O’Donohue’s poem, A Blessing for One Who is Exhausted, begins “When the rhythm of the heart becomes hectic.” Come all exhausted, weary and hearts that are hectic, and gather for this Sunday together. Listen to this sermon:   October Theme: A Community of Healing Fred Recklau wrote, “Cure seeks to change reality; healing … Continued

Sympathy and Empathy

What does it mean to be a Community of Healing in times of personal or communal despair? Greg Pontier will be our musician. Listen to this sermon: October Theme: A Community of Healing Fred Recklau wrote, “Cure seeks to change reality; healing embraces reality”. This month we consider the work, view and practice of healing.

A Peace Site

UUCWC is a Peace Site but what does that mean? What does that require? In a time of building anxiety and divisiveness, how might our Covenants make this place true to what it promises? Listen to this sermon:

A Community of Covenant

Rev. Kim will be co-leading this service with guest musician David Roth on what it means to be a Community of Covenant. Join us for a day of song and word. Listen to this sermon:

Water Communion

Join us for our annual celebration of our UUCWC Water Communion. Bring a small container of water from places that hold meaning for you, or water that symbolizes where you’re coming from or hoping to go this year.

A People of Possibility

How might we practice and prepare the way for a communal spiritual exercise of “Why Not?” Listen to this sermon: August Theme: What does it mean to be a People of Possibility? Possibility is central to Unitarian Universalist faith. While others saw humankind as fundamentally depraved, early Universalists saw a possibility for redemption in everyone. … Continued

Seeds and Sprouts

Join Rev. Kim for the second service on our Unitarian and Universalist history, helping lift the veil of how we got to be this creedless religion of plurality. Listen to this sermon:

Roots and Renewal

Ever wonder what Rev. Kim is saying at those Roots classes?  Here is your opportunity!  Join Rev. Kim for the first of two sermons on our Unitarian and Universalist history beginning with the question: Who was Jesus?    Listen to this sermon:

The Third Summer

On Saturday, July 9, Rev. Kim posted the following on the UUCWC Community Building Facebook page: Hi folks, tomorrow’s sermon will obviously not match the blurb or title of what was originally planned. If there are folks in the community who you think would like to, or would prefer to, know, and who are not … Continued