Speaker: Rev. Kim Wildszewski

Dark of the Moon

Special Evening Service at 8pm in the UUCWC Sanctuary
As the Winter Solstice approaches, we take time amidst the rush, expectation, and forceful joy of this month to notice the dark. Come to celebrate the earth’s turning. Come to honor the complexity of this time. Come to … read more.

Here Comes the Sun

On this New Member Sunday, in which we celebrate the growth of our community and call, we gather also, as people have for centuries, to mark the returning of the sun as sacred, and to wonder and wander within the mysteries of the dark. 

A Simple Miracle

We gather to mark the light of Hanukkah, the miracle of hope, and the joys and sorrows of this season. Featuring our beloved choir and further exploration of December’s Earth Teacher. 

The Ultimate Goal

The ultimate goal of our gratitude is generosity. Return from your Thanksgiving tables for an untraditional service of music and meditation with Rev. Kim and Director of Music Ministry, Dr. Erin Busch.

The Patience of Ordinary Things

We gather this Sunday, as a multigenerational community, in praise of our earth teacher, the pumpkin seed! What does this small, ordinary thing have to teach us about life, living, authenticity and generosity? Our incredible choir will sing us into Thanksgiving. Directly following the service, Ministerial … read more.

Resisting the Miracle

Join Rev. Kim as we deepen our conversation on generosity, pumpkin seeds, and the abundance of life despite it all. Guest musician Dan Espie returns for this joys and sorrows service. 

This service will also feature inspiring music from guest pianist, Daniel Espie. Read more about … read more.

In the Days of Their Flesh

We gather once again for our annual All Souls service: a day of remembering, honoring, and remembering forward. This service will also feature special music by the Crossing Chorale, and Simon Couchoud on oboe and English horn.

On What is Real and Who Gets to Decide

In 2018 Barbara Jensen underwent massive surgery to have a brain tumor removed. Her healing journey has been scientific and explorative. Through this auction-won sermon, Rev. Kim responds to what healing “works” and who gets to decide.