On this 20th anniversary of the incredible tragedy of September 11th, 2001, it is important to make space for memory and mourning. That day changed the mundanity of a Tuesday, and the perfection of an expansive blue sky. That day, one world fell away while another … read more.
This is an edited excerpt from Rev. Kim’s July 24th sermon on reopening and regathering. You can hear the whole sermon here: https://www.uucwc.org/services/small-circles/
For over a century, UUCWC has been building something beautiful, intricate, vibrant and communal. It has taken the patience and vision … read more.
As you know, our goal since July was to reopen the church for small groups and meetings in August and, with limited attendance and other boundaries, to reopen the sanctuary for Sundays beginning September 12. Because of the rise in positive COVID cases, we were … read more.
Dear UUCWC members and friends,
It has been a great joy and privilege to lead services from the sanctuary these last two Sundays. I have imagined so many of you there with me, and dreamed of how it will be when we share that and remote … read more.
by Rev. Kim Wildszewski and Sue Saddlemire, Vice President, UUCWC Board of Trustees
As you know, from May 3rd through July 19th, I will be on Parental Leave, meeting and learning our newest child. After the Board of Trustees, Personnel and Finance Committees all supported … read more.
As April marches brightly forward, I want to offer a few reflections and reminders for all of us.
The continued roll out of vaccines is renewing the energy, relationships, and freedom for many within our community. We see your joy as you hug your grandchildren and … read more.
As many of you know, Tara and I will be welcoming our third child in early May. In anticipation of my leave, the Board of Trustees, Personnel and Finance Committees have approved hiring a part time Contract Minister to cover the 12 weeks of … read more.
Each spring the Staff and Nominating Committee come to you excited and hopeful about what new leadership might be discovered in the inevitable turnover of committee and ministry positions. We know that congregational life not only requires all of us but invites each of … read more.
We are a mission driven congregation and faith. UUCWC’s mission is to Celebrate Life, Create Community and Change the World. We Celebrate Life by attending worship; Create Community by engaging in small groups, and Change the World by serving in ways that reflect … read more.
Four years ago ministers all over the country and from every denomination wondered how they would speak a word of wisdom or hope. In preparation for the uncertainty of these next weeks, I found the sermon I offered you in November, 2016, in the … read more.