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Join Us Online for Sunday Worship!

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16, one of the most recognizable and hailed Bible verses in all of Christianity. Though short in length, this verse is deeply profound, defining the essence and values of Christian religion at its core and arguably defining the meaning and example of love

Join Us Online for Sunday Worship!2020-06-18T19:40:21+00:00

“BE the Miracle” with Sedona UMC’s June Mission Projects

We have some wonderful opportunities to help our community in need this month and I just wanted to send out a little reminder. Our Diaper/Clothing drive has been ramped up by Andrea Kadar as she includes it in the "Two-Fer Tuesday" promotions.  See below how you can help: The Sedona United Methodist Church, 100 Indian Cliffs Road, Sedona (Back O' Beyond roundabout) is collecting diapers & baby clothes for Abide House in Camp Verde and summer children's

“BE the Miracle” with Sedona UMC’s June Mission Projects2020-06-13T19:14:09+00:00

Sedona Area Gap Assist Program (SAGAP) at Clark’s Non-Profit Monday 6/22/20

Support Sedona United Methodist Church's own SAGAP program (Sedona Area Gap Assistance Program) by shopping at Clark's in the VOC on Monday, June 22nd between 8 am and 6 pm.  You can drop off your receipts at the SAGAP table and we get 5% of the sales to purchase items needed to be dispersed at the Sedona Food Bank. Learn more about SAGAP by visiting their website at www.sedonaumc.org/sedona-area-gap-assist-program  

Sedona Area Gap Assist Program (SAGAP) at Clark’s Non-Profit Monday 6/22/202020-06-12T04:47:09+00:00

Pastor Fred Mast Shares His Message “If I Could Be Like Christ” Sunday Online

This week we look at Paul’s letter to the Philippians which is unique—Most of Paul’s letters call for some form of correction either in terms of doctrine or practice. The Galatians had fallen into a pattern of works of righteousness; the Corinthians had a whole plethora of issues with all kinds of sin; the Romans couldn’t get along with anybody; and the Thessalonians doubted Jesus deity and were losing heart.

Pastor Fred Mast Shares His Message “If I Could Be Like Christ” Sunday Online2020-06-12T04:32:59+00:00

Sedona UMC’s June Mission Projects

June is Diaper and Children's Clothing Drive Month Sedona United Methodist Church will be collecting diapers, baby & toddler clothes (NB-3T) for the Abide House. And also children’s Summer clothes/shoes ages 4-16 for Naomi House on the Navajo Reservation. Naomi House shows sizes 4T—Youth L and Adult sizes for the older children L-XXL, Women’s size 6-10, Men’s pants size 36. Shoes sized 9T, Youth 1-5, and Adult 7.5– 10.5. A

Sedona UMC’s June Mission Projects2020-06-07T23:24:23+00:00

“Let It Begin with Me!” Sunday Morning Online Worship Continues 6/7/2020

Imagine a state of perfect peace—What would that look like for you? For me, I imagine sailing in the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean, a gentle but steady breeze, calms waters, puffy clouds gathering on the horizon. The air is cool and comfortable and there are no distractions other than the cawing of the seagulls and the rhythmic beat of the gentle waves. I envision a quietness with no

“Let It Begin with Me!” Sunday Morning Online Worship Continues 6/7/20202020-06-05T00:11:59+00:00

Pentecost is Sunday, 5/31/2020- “The Day God Set the World Ablaze!”

Great people quite often tend to be the most controversial people. When the greatest man who ever walked among the people came with a new message and a new way of living the Apostle John, in the remarks of the opening chapter of his Gospel, is quoted as saying, "He came to that which was his own, but even his own did not receive him." (John 1:11) Great movements are

Pentecost is Sunday, 5/31/2020- “The Day God Set the World Ablaze!”2020-05-28T19:28:18+00:00

Sedona’s Memorial Day Ceremony Live on Facebook at 9:00am

The Sedona Marine Corps League presents their annual Memorial Day Ceremony LIVE from Jack Jameson Park on Monday, May 25, 2020 at 9:00am. This year, the public is not invited to attend in person due to social distancing guidelines. However Sedona Centric is honored to livestream the event on Facebook. Everyone will be able to access the ceremony, no Facebook account is necessary. The event can be found by clicking

Sedona’s Memorial Day Ceremony Live on Facebook at 9:00am2020-05-23T00:58:49+00:00

Online Worship Continues at Sedona UMC – Sunday 5/24/2020 at 9:30am

In Galatians 5:22-23 Paul lists nine specific behaviors – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control – that are the result of the work of the Holy Spirit in a Christian’s life. Paul used the word “fruit” to help us understand the product of the Holy Spirit, who lives inside every believer. The fruit of the Spirit is produced by the Spirit, not by the Christian. The

Online Worship Continues at Sedona UMC – Sunday 5/24/2020 at 9:30am2020-05-23T00:48:52+00:00