Tis the season to recommit to UUCWC and its future! Join Rev. Kim and the Choir for our annual Stewardship Sunday. This is a joyful day where we celebrate who we are and where we dream of going together.
Speaker: Rev. Kim Wildszewski
Did you know that within our living tradition, our Principles and Purposes not only invite us into lifelong growth and change, they too are changeable as we learn and grow. After years of discussion and discernment it is time again to reimagine the articulation of … read more.
Today we reflect on a piece by James Baldwin which will lead us to our Joys & Sorrows ritual. Be sure to arrive on time so you can be a part of the blessing of our teachers.
Note: The child dedication ceremony has been edited out of this video.
We’re halfway through January, and the holiday rush is still coursing through some of us. Join us this Sunday for an hour of music, meditation, and meaning.
This Sunday will also include the … read more.
On this Martin Luther King Sunday, we honor the leadership and vision of Black Lives in radical, resistant, and restful ways.
View the order of service here.
As one of the four sermons won in last year’s auction, this Sunday Rev. Kim explores “Where in the World is Chris Lahoda,” the late, beloved husband of member Janet Hubbard.
This service will also feature special music by Christa Olson (piano) and Lee Schofer (piano). … read more.
Join the UUCWC Choir, special musicians*, and Rev. Kim Wildszewski for a candlelit evening of remembering, reimagining, and renewal.
*Simon Couchoud, oboe; Stella & Keelan Evanini, piano
On this Sunday we take time to consider both Hanukkah and Solstice, two traditions whose stories inform and influence Unitarian Universalism in this time.
This service will feature special guest musician Megnot Toggia, soprano. Learn more about Megnot here.
Holiday Bake sale and Boutique follow this … read more.
Come join us for a participatory nativity pageant. Only a few roles are cast in advance of the service. The rest of the at least 27 participants (including shepherds, stars, kings, and animals) take part as the story is told. Everyone is invited to sing … read more.
On this New Member Sunday, Rev. Kim will speak on our monthly theme of Wonder. What invites us to question? To be curious? To be sacredly unsure?
This service will also feature special music by the Crossing Chorale with guest instrumentalists:
Simon Couchoud, oboe
Juan del Castillo and … read more.