Getting to Know Us
We are so happy that you are interested in getting to know the Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing (“UUCWC”)! Our Minister, Rev. Kim Wildszewski, and our Director of Lifespan Faith Engagement, Robin Pugh, are here to help you get to know our community and answer any questions you might have.
Before March 2020, we would be chatting with you in the foyer at church and asking: “What brought you here today?” You would have had an opportunity to ask us questions. While we are meeting virtually, there are 3 ways to engage with us:
- After the service, stay in the main zoom room (don’t opt for the “breakout room”) and one of us is usually there to meet you;
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for Rev. Kim and email@example.com for Robin Pugh;
- And/or take the Pathways class, described below.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Our Path to Membership Prioritizes Connection and Learning
We value your journey and know that commitment to a spiritual community cannot be given a prescribed timeline for all participants. If you wish to learn more about Unitarian Universalism or UUCWC, and/or are hopeful for friendship and meaningful connection, you are encouraged to join Pathways.
Pathways, our membership class, is held in three sessions and requires some at-home study and reflection. Together we consider UU history and theology, covenantal and congregational faith, what liberation means as a Unitarian Universalist, and our personal spiritual journeys. To find out when the next Pathways class will be held, visit https://www.uucwc.org/learning/adult-learning-classes/.