April 6 & 7 - ``Indra's Net``

Rev. Kelly Asprooth-Jackson
Our month-long spiritual theme of Interdependence begins with our reflection on the connections shared by all matter and between all people. Let us then consider together: if we are all inextricably interlinked, what ought we to do with this information? Piano & organ solos by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Healey Willan, Karne Warren, and Dale Wood performed by Assistant Music Director Linda Warren.

April 13 & 14 - All Music Weekend

Spring All-Music Weekend. Twice each year, services at FUS center around music. Saturday's service will be a community hymn-sing format. What is your favorite hymn? We will take requests from the congregation. Sunday's services will feature Meeting House Chorus and Society Choir, with a small orchestra, and soloists performing Haydn's Missa Brevis St. Joannis de Deo (``The Little Organ Mass``) and other works. Come see why FUS's music program is considered among the best in Madison, and why this long-running tradition is so beloved!

April 20 & 21 - ``Let All Who Are Hungry Come and Eat``

Rev. Kelly Asprooth-Jackson
On the weekend before Passover begins, we will look to that ancient story and cherished spiritual practice for lessons - both positive and negative - on the work of collective liberation. Our service on Saturday, April 20 will also serve as the closing worship for the MidAmerica Regional Assembly, and will be held in the Atrium Auditorium. On Saturday, FUS's youngest choirs, Cherub Choir & Choristers, will provide the music, along with solo selections from Emmit Thom. On Sunday, FUS's Teen Choir sings as well as solos by Heather Thorpe, soprano.