Rev. Kim Wildszewski

The Rule

It’s said that all religions essentially say the same thing: Treat others the way you want to be treated. But perhaps this isn’t the rule we think is worthy of our Principles or faith. As we begin our monthly theme of Wholeness, we begin our … read more.

What Lives

The joy and grandeur in the story of Easter cannot be unbound from the exploration of betrayal, distrust and evil in the world. This Easter we consider what lives, what saves, in the midst of cruelty and how we, as religious liberals, answer to the … read more.

A Journey of Unbecoming

Often our journey is thought to be toward who we are meant to be. Perhaps instead we are called to unbecoming who we are not.

Music by Takuya Horiuchi and Alexia Fang, violin.

March Theme: Journey
Depth of relationship is not just about doing things together. It’s … read more.

Putting Out Fires

To kick off our stewardship season, Rev. Kim reflects on congregational life today, what we deserve, and the spiritual journey of putting out fires.

February Theme: Trust
In religious circles, “trust talk” most often revolves around having faith that life will look after us.  We UUs … read more.

Filling In the Gap

We are a covenantal tradition guided by our Principles.  But our Principles, some say, are not our covenant.  This Sunday we explore what we have promised to and for one another in being Unitarian Universalists.

February Theme: Trust
In religious circles, “trust talk” most often revolves … read more.

Love That is Inescapable

How has love taken form for Unitarian Universalists and how does it today? Rev. Kim, Robin Pugh and Hannah Gallo offer a service on Love that is Inescapable, Convicted, and Sustaining.

February Theme: Trust
In religious circles, “trust talk” most often revolves around having faith that … read more.

Our Principles Are Not a Covenant

We are a covenantal tradition guided by our Principles. But our Principles, some say, are not our covenant. This Sunday we explore what we have promised to one and for one another in being Unitarian Universalists.