Kat McKim is a writer who also works in operations at a network of K-12 schools in New York City. She loves working behind the scenes to put all the pieces together and make everything flow smoothly—a passion that perhaps surprisingly applies to both operations and writing.
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By Kat McKim
Three Wisconsin Congregations Collaborate for Shared WorshipKat McKim
Small fellowships band together in just one example of the many ways the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted UU congregations to innovate and combine resources.
Congregations Practicing InterconnectionKat McKim
Deep collaborations between congregations offer mutual support, foster creativity.
What Is Green Sanctuary 2030?Kat McKim
The current iteration of the ongoing congregational program includes an emphasis on justice.
The Green Heart of an Iowa CongregationKat McKim
Coralville’s painstakingly designed building embodies its wider commitment to sustainability.
Congregations adapt to evolving COVID guidanceKat McKim
As the Delta variant complicates plans for a return to in-person worship, congregations continue to explore a variety of models for being in community.
Family and Youth Ministry in Challenging TimesKat McKim
Religious education programs continue to evolve amidst ongoing pandemic and social upheaval.