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Since 1879 First Unitarian Society of Madison has been a liberal religious presence in Madison, providing a welcoming alternative religious community. We are a Unitarian Universalist community of over 2000 individuals who covenant to support one another in their spiritual, intellectual, and ethical lives. We invite you to visit us and consider becoming a part of this diverse, vibrant community. 

Registrations are now open for our Fall 2015 program. [more]
Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman followed their faith to answer a calling to justice. How can we overcome our own fears and learn from them? [more]
Unitarian Universalism is an open, pluralist faith. Julie Brock asks how we can define our Good News. [more]
Rev. Karen Quinlan of James Reeb on Madison's east side joins us to ponder the meaning of 'salvation' for UUs. [more]
Guest preacher Rev. Anthony Makar reads his letter to Maya Angelou, one of the most profound poets of our time. [more]