Minister’s Blog

More Q&A On an Assistant Minister

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.

New Here?

Every so often I return to a particular article I read while in seminary, still dreaming, still curious what congregational life would entail. The piece, published by the Alban Institute, a highly acclaimed resource out of Duke Divinity School that speaks to ministers of … read more.

Greater Good

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.

Statement and Letter of Support from Rev. Kim

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.

Who We Are by the Numbers

This past month the staff attempted to better understand who the congregation is (and who we are not) through data and reflection. We found these numbers to not only be interesting but helpful in thinking about our UUCWC community, our assumptions, relationships, and needs.

Current System
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Welcome Table Wednesdays

Rev. Kimberly Wildszewski

Each year the staff gathers throughout the summer to think wholeheartedly about UUCWC: individual congregants, groups and ministries, anxieties and excitements; the discernment goes on. It is from such conversations that we were able to introduce Faith Forward last year, the Coming into … read more.

Prayer for the Children

There is no need to further open the gaping wound that is our heart these days.  We need not begin this lamentation in the typical fashion; no need to recite all the atrocities for which we weep or wail.  Not all of them.  We don’t … read more.