Rev. Kim Wildszewski

On the Brink of a New Year

In the spirit of the high holy days, we consider the task of beginning again in love.   Listen here:

Water Ingathering

Gather again for our annual Water Ingathering service! A celebration shared among UUs throughout the world, and an opportunity to join together again as one congregation before two services begin the next week. Bring water from places of importance or symbolic of the same. The Choir is singing and the Annual Fall Potluck Picnic directly … Continued

The Kin We Don’t Choose

During this past June’s Question Box service, a question was asked about how we love, like or even affirm the worth and dignity of those who harm the world and those within it. What do our 1st and 7th Principles mean in a world such as ours today?   Listen here:

The Horizontal Dimension

In this month of Kinship, and as we welcome for the first time this year’s Ministerial Resident, Hannah Gallo, we consider the spiritual practice of choosing one another.   Listen here:

First Enlightenment, Then Laundry

As the Buddhist wisdom offers, life is not only bliss or chores. Upon her return from maternity leave and five Sundays away from UUCWC, Rev Kim offers reflections on renewal, exhaustion, and life in between.   Listen here:

Question Box Sermon

Now is the time to ask Rev. Kim the questions about life, ministry, UUCWC, and anything else on your heart and mind. Rev. Kim will answer as many questions posed as she can in a 25 minute time frame. Feel free to send her your question ahead of time!   Listen here: June Theme: Blessing … Continued

Celebration Sunday

Come and join in a Sunday of rituals in which we dedicate our children, welcome new members, send our graduates off with love, and thank our volunteers that make it all possible! June Theme: Blessing As UU minister, Rev. Don Wheat, puts it, “The religious person is a grateful person, and the grateful person is … Continued

The Return Home

This Memorial Day Sunday we welcome Robin Pugh back to UUCWC after her Sabbatical and consider the spirituality and awkwardness of returning home.  Choir is singing. One service at 10am. Listen here:

The Creative Interchange

Rev. Kim will be preaching on a question asked by a member recently, “What happened to the Humanists”? Alternatively called, “You can’t tell your child Evolution loves you.” May Theme: Creativity Creativity is our ability to dream things up and make them happen.  – Peggy Taylor We’re all familiar with that part in the quote … Continued

In Covenant and Forgiveness

Last year’s winner of the Auction sermon, Kathy Frey, asks that we spend a morning wondering if our UU covenant is only for those within our congregation, or also out in the world?   Listen here: