You have probably heard, “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” (Matthew 6:21) Many people often misquote the Bible, especially concerning this scriptural passage found in the Gospel of Matthew, which is also repeated again in the Gospel of Luke 12:34. Most people want to believe and quote this scripture, ‘where a persons heart is, there will their treasure also be’; but that’s not what God
The story of Jesus’ earthly ministry began in heaven when he left and came to earth. The story began with contention and ends with ascension, began with incarnation and ends with exaltation, began with expectation and ends with consummation. It began with the Son of God being born of a virgin, descending to earth, and it ends with the Son of God being risen from the dead ascending to heaven.
Children are a precious gift from God, but children are suffering – not only throughout the world, but right here in the United States and right here in Sedona. According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, more than 16 million children in the United States – 22% of all children – live in families with incomes below the federal poverty level. According to the U.S. Department of Health
Please join Sedona United Methodist Church for worship on Sunday, January 5th at 9:30 am as Rev. Nick Warner shares the message “The First Supper”. On this Communion Sunday, our Chancel Choir will be performing "Go Ye Now in Peace" written by Joyce Elaine Eilers. Sedona UMC is located at 110 Indian Cliffs Road, just off the Back O'Beyond roundabout on Route 179 in Sedona. Nursery and Sunday School are available every week and
The Lord’s Supper Wednesdays at 10:30 am in the Music Room (Beginning September 4th) The Lord’s Supper is an opportunity to experience the amazing grace of Jesus Christ. In the words of Kevin Watson, Holy Communion is the “unending river of grace that we are invited to swim in every time we come to the Lord’s Table,” where we can “expect to encounter God’s grace in tangible and life-changing ways.”