Rev. Kim Wildszewski

Christmas Eve Carols and Candles

December Theme: Awe
Awe reduces our size in order to make room for something more than our personal needs, wants and worries. With our narcissism shrunk down to a reasonable proportion, it becomes possible to notice that we are not the only ones up there … read more.

The Congregation’s Congregation

Rev. Kim’s final Sunday service with UUCWC before Sabbatical, we gather to celebrate our newest members and consider the gifts of shared ministry. 

One service at 10am.

December Theme: Awe
Awe reduces our size in order to make room for something more than our personal needs, … read more.

The Holy Family

We gather this Sunday to share in some of the decorating of the sanctuary, and to be reminded of the always growing legacy of which we are a part.

One service at 10am.

December Theme: Awe
Awe reduces our size in order to make room for … read more.

Choiceful Relationship

Revs. Kim and Sue co-lead this pre-Thanksgiving service on the spirituality of choiceful relationships. Our Choir is singing!

November Theme: Attention
Alice Walker famously wrote, “I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don’t notice it.” … read more.

All Saints and All Souls Day

We gather again for our annual emotional pilgrimage into the theme of grief, loss and dying.

October Theme: Belonging
Just saying the word “belonging” conjures it up: The hunger to be included; the longing to be let in. No one likes standing outside the circle. No one … read more.

On Loneliness and Belonging

Rev. Kim leads an exploration of the monthly theme of Belonging with its companion, Loneliness.

October Theme: Belonging
Just saying the word “belonging” conjures it up: The hunger to be included; the longing to be let in. No one likes standing outside the circle. No one likes … read more.

A Fierce and Compelling Power

Rev. Kim shares her sermon preached at last Sunday’s Murray Grove Retreat Center Homecoming on Universalism in the age of environmental and social justice. Music by Caryl Tipton.

October Theme: Belonging
Just saying the word “belonging” conjures it up: The hunger to be included; the longing to … read more.

On Faith and Fear in the Autumnal Equinox

Anne Lamott quotes her pastor as saying, “the opposite of faith is not doubt, but certainty.” We deepen into our theme for the month by exploring our expectation that faith comforts, erases pain, fear, and doubt.

September Theme: Expectation
We’ve all heard the line: “You … read more.