Ministry Teams


Guided by Rev. Kelly Asprooth-Jackson and Social Justice Coordinator, our Ministry Teams work in a structured, supported environment to ensure that volunteers’ time, energy, and passion have a tangible impact. The focus of these teams is driven by our Unitarian Universalist Principles that urge us all to promote human dignity, equity, peace, democracy, and respect for the natural world.

Hear from our members about why they’re involved in social justice work through FUS, and learn more about our social justice teams below.

fus MOSES team

FUS belongs to Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality, and Solidarity, an interfaith, diverse organization that unites congregations to take action to reduce mass incarceration and reform the criminal justice system. Contact Kathy Luker for more information at Read the newsletter here.

Racial Justice Ministry Team

Grounded in our commitment to the inherent worth and dignity of all, we actively work to identify, understand, and unlearn racism within ourselves, our faith community, and our larger community. Our goal is to facilitate the evolution of FUS into an anti-racist congregation that sees racial justice work as a natural expression of our shared values. We are committed to building a racially just and loving world, beginning with ourselves. Co-chairs are Sue Haug and Marilee Wertlake.

Sanctuary Task Force Team

In June 2017, the congregation voted to join the Dane Sanctuary Coalition, joining several local organizations and religious communities dedicated to housing immigrants seeking sanctuary and otherwise working for immigrant rights as part of the national New Sanctuary Movement. Click here to learn more about the Coalition.

Sustainability Team

The Sustainability Team is responsible for bringing solar energy to our campus, reducing our carbon footprint, increasing the energy efficiency of our buildings, and organizing for climate justice. The vision of this team is to inspire, educate, activate, and advocate for a sustainable world.