“Nothing but the Truth” Sedona UMC Sunday Sermon 9:30am

What does it mean to witness? Before the Lord Jesus ascended into heaven, His last words were, “. . . you shall be witnesses to me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). Witnessing was a command, not a choice. The disciples boldly testified, “We were eyewitnesses from the beginning” (Luke 1:2) and “eyewitnesses of his majesty” (2 Peter 1:16)

“Nothing but the Truth” Sedona UMC Sunday Sermon 9:30am2019-10-19T04:41:32+00:00

Pumpkin Patch at Sedona United Methodist Church

Beginning October 5th, 2019 through Halloween, Sedona UMC is partnering with Young Life to bring the community the ever popular “Annual Pumpkin Patch” at the church with all the proceeds going toward supporting YL youth campership. We will offer a great variety of shapes and sizes of pumpkins and there will be many other activities happening around this event including our annual “Trunk or Treat” celebration on Thursday, October 31st

Pumpkin Patch at Sedona United Methodist Church2019-10-05T03:33:07+00:00

“A Home for your Heart” — Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am

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

“A Home for your Heart” — Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am2019-10-05T03:41:45+00:00

Pastor Fred Mast Sunday Sermon “There’s No Time Like the Presence”

We live in a time in history when things seem to change very quickly. Technological changes, medical breakthroughs, and communication is so different today, we are able to see and speak to people anywhere in the world in an instance—If you aren’t sure how to do that, just ask a child and they will show you. We have become global residents as we can travel to any part of the

Pastor Fred Mast Sunday Sermon “There’s No Time Like the Presence”2019-09-27T19:18:09+00:00

Hope to see you at Sunday Worship — Sedona United Methodist Church Begins at 9:30am

Prayer… Christians talk about it; preachers preach about it; and writers write books about it. But how much time do we actually spend praying? We have so many resources at our disposal today to help us live life that prayer so often has become a last resort. The early church prayed like their lives depended on it, and as a result, God moved in powerful ways! The church today has

Hope to see you at Sunday Worship — Sedona United Methodist Church Begins at 9:30am2019-09-21T00:01:01+00:00

Sermon Series Continues with “Actions Speak Louder than Words” on Sunday at 9:30am

Sometime in the period between A.D. 31-32, a crowd of spiritually hungry people were listening to a spiritual peacemaker as He spoke the words that would later become known as the Sermon on the Mount. In that sermon, He presented eight Beatitudes that start with the word “Blessed.” Those eight statements are famous and have been quoted by millions of people and by many authors. The speaker of the eight

Sermon Series Continues with “Actions Speak Louder than Words” on Sunday at 9:30am2019-09-08T03:40:46+00:00

Beatitudes Sermon Series Continues on Sunday at 9:30am “Living Heart Healthy”

“Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God” (Matthew 5:8). Jesus is concerned with our heart—It is not enough to simply clean up our act on the outside. The aim of Jesus Christ is not to reform the manners of society, but to truly change the hearts of all people like you and me. The heart is what you are, in the secrecy of your thoughts and

Beatitudes Sermon Series Continues on Sunday at 9:30am “Living Heart Healthy”2019-08-27T00:09:47+00:00

SUMC Sermon Series Continues “The Master of Mercy”, Sunday at 9:30am

“Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy.” (Matthew 5:7) This passage is scary because we recognize how inconsistently we show mercy to others. We expect mercy from other people, but we hold grudges against those who wrong us. We forget that willingness to forgive others their trespasses is a sure sign of a forgiven heart that rests in Jesus alone for salvation (Matthew 6:14–15). Thanks be to God,

SUMC Sermon Series Continues “The Master of Mercy”, Sunday at 9:30am2019-08-24T00:48:10+00:00