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Child Dedications at FUS Madison

A child dedication is a uniquely Unitarian Universalist naming ceremony which offers parents the opportunity to have their child blessed by our congregation, their family, and our ministers. During this time, our congregation commits to help the child grow in ways of love, truth, justice, and peace. Child dedications are held four times during the year. Contact Rev. Kelly Crocker to discuss or schedule a child dedication using the form below or by calling 233-9774, x. 112. Thanks!

Upcoming Child Dedication Dates:


Sunday, July 5 at 9 or 11 am 

Saturday, October 3 at 4:30 pm
Sunday, October 4 at 9 or 11 am


Saturday, January 9 at 4:30 pm
Sunday, January 10 at 9 or 11 am

Saturday, April 2 at 4:30 pm
Sunday, April 3 at 9 or 11 am

Sunday, July 3 at 9 or 11 am

Saturday, October 1 at 4:30 pm
Sunday, October 2 at 9 or 11 am

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The Congregational Pledge of Dedication

"For the gift of childhood, whose innocence, laughter and curiosity bring hope, joy and new understanding into our lives, we lift thankful hearts. We welcome these children into this spiritual community and extend to their parents love and support in the joys and challenges of caregiving.  As these children grow, we will share with them our insights, our values and our dreams, that they may enjoy the rich benefits of our religious heritage."