“An Anchor for our Soul” Sunday Morning at Sedona UMC In-Person at 9am & 10:30am or Online

Hope. It's the one thing we cannot live without. But trying to hold on to hope can take all our strength, particularly when hope's old enemy, doubt, drags us toward despair. When we are in despair nothing seems to help. We exhaust ourselves trying to sort out God's reasons for allowing bad things to happen. We need something solid to hold on to! What can we hold on to when

“An Anchor for our Soul” Sunday Morning at Sedona UMC In-Person at 9am & 10:30am or Online2020-10-10T23:04:12-07:00

Sedona UMC’s Sunday Worship Continues Online “Rise Up!”

 This week’s scripture from Isaiah Chapter 60 was spoken by the prophet Isaiah hundreds of years before Jesus ever came to earth. His message was for God’s chosen through whom God chose to reveal himself, to tell them about the Messiah, the Promised One, Jesus our Savior.At the time that God gave Isaiah this message the Israelites had been enslaved in Egypt for hundreds of years.  God rescued them and

Sedona UMC’s Sunday Worship Continues Online “Rise Up!”2020-08-21T18:33:33-07:00

Piano on the Rocks International Festival August 28-30, 2020

Fifth Anniversary Piano on the Rocks International Festival August 28TH, 29TH, 30TH, 2020 Hours: 4:00 to 5:00pm Live Stream Concerts from the Relics Restaurant in Sedona The Piano on the Rocks International Festival returns to Sedona on August 28-30, 2020 and continues its vibrant musical performances with three outstanding and eclectic concerts featuring French-American pianist, Sandrine Erdely-Sayo; Navajo classical pianist, Connor Chee; soprano, Barbara Di Toro; narrator, Elizabeth Peña;

Piano on the Rocks International Festival August 28-30, 20202020-08-19T18:52:46-07:00

“Have You Seen Jesus My Lord?” Sunday Morning at Sedona UMC 9:30am

              “As God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience.” (Colossians 3:12) When you hear the word “Compassion”, what comes to mind? Compassion alludes to kindness and sympathy, but there is something much deeper and something even more profoundly powerful, in its meaning. The origin of the word compassion comes from the Latin, ‘compati’ which means to

“Have You Seen Jesus My Lord?” Sunday Morning at Sedona UMC 9:30am2018-11-16T16:58:13-07:00

“Journey to Eternity — Behold, Your Mother” on Communion Sunday at Sedona UMC

Now there stood by the cross of Jesus his mother Mary. Not her own safety, the sadness of the spectacle, nor the hostile crowd could restrain her from performing the ultimate and final act of motherly love and tenderness toward her Divine Son on the Cross. After the days of His infancy and childhood we lose sight of and hear very little of Mary the mother of Jesus. During His

“Journey to Eternity — Behold, Your Mother” on Communion Sunday at Sedona UMC2018-03-02T16:33:52-07:00

Pastor Fred Mast Presents Sunday Sermon “When Jesus is in the House” on 2/4/18 at 9:30am

“As soon as they left the synagogue, they went with James and John to the home of Simon and Andrew. Simon’s mother-in-law was in bed with a fever, and they told Jesus about her. So, he went to her, took her hand and helped her up. The fever left her, and she began to wait on them. That evening after sunset the people brought to Jesus all the sick and

Pastor Fred Mast Presents Sunday Sermon “When Jesus is in the House” on 2/4/18 at 9:30am2018-02-02T19:58:16-07:00
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