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Connections to FUS Social Groups

In addition to attending worship services, we hope that you will also seek out deeper and more personal connections within the community.

We have many small groups that offer opportunities to start making those connections listed below.

If you have questions, our Coordinator of Member Services, Jeanne Sears would be happy to discuss your interests. You can contact Jeanne by calling (608) 233-9774 ext.116  or by using the form on the right.


Provides opportunities for friendship, personal and spiritual development, and service. [more]
The FUS Business group is composed of FUS members and affiliates who are in the business community or are economists or supportive of our mission. [more]
We invite all college students to join us...We meet for supper and worship services at Memorial Union Sundays at 5:00 pm. During these times, we engage with each other in discussion on a wide variety of topics in an affirming and inclusive environment. [more]
We share social justice opportunities, weekly activities, and fun, monthly events such as lock-ins, bonfires, movies, and youth conferences. [more]
Chalice Groups bring together a small group of people who meet regularly to build community, practice shared ministry and nurture their spirits. [more]
This historic group has emphasis on performance. They are not open to new members but would support or advise a new group. [more]
This support group is for women in transition. [more]
Would you like to know your FUS Neighbors? Sign up below or in the Commons after services. Come on and meet your neighbor! [more]
These small groups gather around a shared interest. Many are open to new members or you may propose a new group. [more]
This is an informal group which meets twice monthly to help one other face employment problems. [more]
Is a fabric arts oriented group that welcomes drop-ins and new members to share their work. It is Knot just for knitters! [more]
Our Open Men's group at FUS offer opportunities for men to explore issues important in their lives. [more]
Our partner church relationship with the Unitarian Church in the village of Nagyajta (in Romania) is grounded in a shared faith, and rooted in the relationships that have developed over more than 20 years. [more]
On Saturday, January 9, learn about our Unitarian heritage from Transylvania, and enjoy the annual Hungarian Feast. [more]
Join us the second Saturday of the month after service around 6 p.m. Bring a generously sized dish to share down in the Atrium Commons. Great food and fellowship are offered! [more]
Each year, during the Jewish Passover season, a Unitarian Universalist adaptation of the Passover Seder ritual and traditional kosher dinner are held here at FUS. This is a family-friendly event, featuring an adaptation of the traditional Jewish Seder and a full meal with classic kosher foods. [more]
FUS Thanksgiving Feast Join our holiday community of food, friends and fun on Thanksgiving! This dinner party will be a FEAST! [more]
Our annual "Trees for Tomorrow Winter Retreat" weekend will be February 3-5, 2017. It always features fellowship, excellent cross country skiing, snowshoeing and other winter activities at Trees for Tomorrow in Eagle River, Wisconsin. It is a fun, family-friendly weekend. Please join us! Deadline 01/25/17 [more]
The 20s/30s group is organized around young adults in their 20s and 30s. [more]
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