social justice

Like much of what we do at FUS, our social and environmental programming has a goal of building a just community. Our members have a significant impact on social justice issues at local, national, and international levels. We work in relationship with our community partners.

The size of our congregation allows us to pool our resources, time, and talent. We build relationships among members by working in ministry teams, where we learn together, use skills, and gain new ones.

Contact any Social Justice Ministry Team to learn more, sign up for updates, or to volunteer.

Raising Anti-Racist Kids Learning Collaborative Series

FUS is hosting Families for Justice, a local nonprofit, for a new monthly series for people wanting to learn, practice and deepen anti-racist justice practices with the kids in their lives. Parents, grandparents, educators and anyone who interacts with children and teens are welcome to attend. Topics include Fighting racism and white supremacy, Black Lives Matter, Mass incarceration and police, Redistribution of wealth/Reparations. Sessions begin on June 23, 2018. Please contact Robin Lowney Lankton at with questions. Please click the button below to register for this series.

Outreach Offering

During most weekend worship services, the collection is shared 50/50 with a local, community organization.