Rev. Kim Wildszewski

Expectation and Letting Go

As we venture into July’s theme of Letting Go, we begin by discerning the expectations we carry. How might our spirit flourish if we were unencumbered, if we let go, of the expectations we embody?

The Names of Beauty

Rev. Kim looks to deepen our monthly theme of Beauty by preaching on how different cultures understand and search for Beauty.  Bernie Ruekgauer offers music on this Father’s Day Sunday. 

June’s Theme: Beauty
Where do you look for beauty? There is universal agreement that we all … read more.

Blessing of the Animals

For our 5th Sunday in June, and our last on the theme of Beauty, Robin Pugh and Rev. Kim will offer our second Animal Blessing. Come rain or shine (Crossings Room or out on the lawn), bring your pet, symbol, picture, collar, or stuffed animal … read more.

Flower Communion

On this Sunday we once again tell the story of Norbert Capek, and share in what is now Unitarian Universalists’ annual Flower Communion service, based off his ministry.  All are welcome on this celebration Sunday.  Please bring a flower of any kind!

 

June’s Theme: Beauty
Where … read more.

Seasons of Beauty

Join in this annual service in which we honor the seasons of our shared life together. On this day we celebrate our newest members, say good bye to those leaving UUCWC, including our Ministerial Resident, dedicate and bless two of our children, and help our … read more.

Who We Are

200 years ago this weekend William Ellery Channing preached his famous “Baltimore Sermon” in which he addressed the epithet of being a Unitarian. To kick off May’s theme on Curiosity, this Sunday we explore Channing’s radical work and wonder together on who we are … read more.

Hallelujah

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.

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.