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Weekend Opportunities at Sedona UMC

Ready for Dinner, A Great Movie, & An Awesome Sunday of Worship— FRIDAY NIGHT!—(August 9th) beginning at 6:00PM in the Fellowship Hall, Movie Night returns and you are invited to join us!!! Our featured movie this month will be “Breakthrough” — When Joyce Smith’s adopted son John falls through an icy Missouri lake, all hope seems lost as John lies lifeless. Based on the incredible true story, BREAKTHROUGH is an

Weekend Opportunities at Sedona UMC2019-08-08T00:08:35+00:00

August SUM Good News is now available online

August SUM Good News is now available online2019-08-07T02:42:19+00:00

Sunday Morning Worship at 9:30am — Sedona United Methodist Church

God uses humans to deliver his word—And he delivers it to humans. Human minds and hearts hear and understand the word from God, and they share it and the process repeats over and over again. Paul calls this communication the “word of God.” This is not merely the word of man—God has spoken and is now speaking through Paul. We believe that God has spoken throughout history, and that by

Sunday Morning Worship at 9:30am — Sedona United Methodist Church2019-07-20T19:40:29+00:00

ETC “The Tortoise & the Hare Race Again”, at Sedona UMC 7/12/19 and 7/13/19

Get your tickets now for the Emerson Theater Collaborative Summer Camp performances of “The Tortoise & The Hare Race Again” on Friday July 12th at 7:00 PM, and Saturday July 13th at 2 PM. The Tortoise & The Hair Race Again is a rematch challenge offered up by the hare and the many obstacles they encounter written by Dan Neidermyer, produced by Camilla Ross & directed by Denise Royal. Tickets

ETC “The Tortoise & the Hare Race Again”, at Sedona UMC 7/12/19 and 7/13/192019-07-11T18:59:52+00:00

Sermon Series Begins at SUMC “The Master & His Message” Sunday 9:30am

God wants us happy—Psalm 144:15 says, "Happy are those whose God is the Lord." God wants our lives filled with joy. God wants to bless us. He wants us to experience bliss, a deep inner happiness, not produced or affected by emotion or by changing circumstance—a kind of blessedness and a kind of joy, a kind of happiness that is not subject to outside forces but only inside ones produced

Sermon Series Begins at SUMC “The Master & His Message” Sunday 9:30am2019-07-11T18:51:08+00:00

“Finding the Kingdom of Happiness” Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am

On Sunday morning at 9:30 am join Sedona United Methodist Church for worship as we begin a journey through the Beatitudes and the greatest sermon ever preached! This week we will look at what it means and how we might find true happiness and blessing. We’ll look at the life of a king—Solomon, who appeared to have everything a person could have and still struggled to find a lasting peace

“Finding the Kingdom of Happiness” Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am2019-07-06T20:33:35+00:00

Sunday Sermon at Sedona UMC — “Use It or Lose It” 9:30am

Jesus often taught in parables – simple stories about everyday things that illustrated a profound spiritual truth. The parable of the talents is one of those. The characters in the story represent various types of people in the kingdom. Who is this rich master who went away to a far country? It’s the Master — Jesus. When He told this parable, Jesus was well aware that within weeks He would

Sunday Sermon at Sedona UMC — “Use It or Lose It” 9:30am2019-06-29T17:20:10+00:00

Celebrate Father’s Day at Sunday Worship at Sedona UMC 9:30am

“You, O Lord are our Father. We are the clay; you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.” (Isaiah 64:8) Father’s Day honors fathers and celebrates fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It was traditionally observed in Europe as the Feast of St. Joseph, Husband of Mary (the mother of Jesus) and spread throughout Latin America. In the US the very first

Celebrate Father’s Day at Sunday Worship at Sedona UMC 9:30am2019-06-13T18:54:57+00:00

Pentecost Sunday Sermon “Can You Hear Me Now?” 6/9/2019

God wants to speak to us—God wants to fellowship and communicate with us. That's two-way communication. Why? Because you can't really have a real relationship unless there is true dialogue. How do we get to know a person? By communicating with them. By talking and listening. It's the same with our relationship with God. God speaks, we listen—We speak, God listens. God loves us so much that He sent Jesus

Pentecost Sunday Sermon “Can You Hear Me Now?” 6/9/20192019-06-06T20:19:05+00:00