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Please click on the images below to view our live YouTube broadcasts of the FUS Sunday Services. You can also see recorded videos of past weeks in our YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this webcast, please consider making a donation or a pledge to FUS. Just a few dollars will go a long way.

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The First Unitarian Society of Madison videotapes and webcasts worship services live from their Atrium location. These images are telecast over YouTube, and also left up for future viewing by other UUs from across the country. If you do not wish to be recorded, please avoid the front five rows, and instead locate in the balcony or near the back half of the Atrium. While FUS is not a 'public space' in the legal sense, we do respect your right to privacy, and want to be transparent about how we are building our community with those who cannot attend services in person.