Throughout August we have explored the theme of Story together. During the two Sundays I was in the pulpit I offered you seven different stories for reflection and also shared this past week that there are just a few more that I consider “foundational” … read more.
Author Archives: Rev. Kim Wildszewski
I am thrilled to announce that as of July 1, the Rev. Sue Goodwin will begin serving as our Minister of Congregational Life!
Many of you are familiar with Rev. Sue’s energy, maturity and open-hearted theology. Sue has been a frequent guest preacher here at UUCWC, … read more.
When I first showed up to serve the Annapolis congregation as the incoming intern there, I was greeted by a lovely hand written note by the previous intern, Christina. Christina shared with me the joy of serving UUCA, how to unstick the desk drawer, where … read more.
Since publishing this article, we received word from the Ministerial Fellowship Committee that our Ministerial Resident, Hannah Gallo, will not be able to serve as our Assistant Minister. Rev. Kim and the Personnel Committee continue to consider next steps and our financial capabilities. Updates will … read more.
One of the things I love most about this congregation is how much you like one another. Over 30% of you report attending worship services four (or all) Sundays a month. More than 60% said you come three times or more a month. And still, … read more.
On Sunday, November 4th, Hannah and I invited the children and adults of UUCWC to consider a different form of gift giving this year. In an effort to realign the spirit of each of the winter holidays with our actions and the needs of the … read more.
The ongoing and increasing attacks against migrants from our leadership and fellow Americans are both heartbreaking and dangerous. We at the Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing hold firm with the side of love. No person is illegal, however denying asylum seekers a place of sanctuary is.
The … read more.
Dear Siblings in Faith,
Our hearts ache with yours as news of the Tree of Life Congregation shooting continues to echo throughout the country, and especially in synagogues and houses of worship everywhere.
We know that for centuries the light of Shabbat, and each day for the Jewish people, has … read more.
Statement on Immigration
The ongoing and increasing attacks against migrants from our leadership and fellow Americans are both heartbreaking and dangerous. We at the Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing hold firm with the side of love. No person is illegal, however denying asylum seekers a place of … read more.