Holy Communion Sunday

The first Sunday of each month we celebrate Holy Communion where all who would receive Christ into their hearts are invited to The Table of God. Sedona UMC is a place of worship that offers an Open Table of Grace for each of you.  In-Person worship starts at 9:00am & 10:30am or online Sunday morning.

Holy Communion Sunday2021-11-11T04:54:47+00:00

Kid’s Sunday School

Sunday School for Kids is happening on Sundays starting at 9:30am in the Choir Room.  Have the kids stop by and say hello!  Classes will be about 20 minutes long with a DVD presentation, trivia challenge, song, and craft suggestion. Please contact the church office for more information.

Kid’s Sunday School2021-11-27T00:04:17+00:00

“Come Let Us Adore Him” – First Sunday in Advent 11/28/2021

But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, who are too little to be among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for me one who is to be ruler in Israel, whose coming forth is from of old, from ancient days. (Micah 5:2) The story of humanity points to Bethlehem—The focal point of history is Bethlehem. Everything in the Scriptures points to Bethlehem. In this Christmas season the prophet brings

“Come Let Us Adore Him” – First Sunday in Advent 11/28/20212021-11-26T23:50:53+00:00

“The Gift of Gratitude” at Sedona United Methodist Church 11/21/21 at 9:30am

To all ye Pilgrims, Inasmuch as the great Father has given us this year an abundant harvest of Indian corn, wheat, peas, squashes and garden vegetables, and has made the forests to abound with game and the sea with fish and clams, and inasmuch as he has protected us, has spared us from pestilence and disease, has granted us freedom to worship God according to the dictates of our own

“The Gift of Gratitude” at Sedona United Methodist Church 11/21/21 at 9:30am2021-11-19T15:59:14+00:00

“The Blessing of Prayer” – Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am

Are you declaring the things of God in and over your life? When you do that, you open the door for God’s favor to come flooding into your life and at the same time, you slam it shut on the things of this world that bring challenges. Praise God!! Psalm 30 is a psalm of thanksgiving, traditionally ascribed to David upon the building of his own royal palace—"I will extol

“The Blessing of Prayer” – Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am2021-11-11T04:53:47+00:00

Pastor Fred Mast Continues ThanksLiving Sermon Series on Sunday, 11/7/2021

The human mind is an amazing creation of God. It can handle billions of informational bites, and process over eight hundred functions a second. No supercomputer will ever compare with the human mind’s amazing power. And what’s even more incredible is that we only use a fraction of its capacity. Scripture tells us, “As a person thinks in his or her heart, that is who they are.” (Proverbs 23:7) It

Pastor Fred Mast Continues ThanksLiving Sermon Series on Sunday, 11/7/20212021-11-05T00:35:39+00:00

“Living a Life of Thankfulness” at Sedona UMC, Sunday at 9:30am

Being thankful isn't just for the Thanksgiving holiday—Scripture tells us to be ". . . thankful in everything, in all circumstances" (1 Thessalonians 5:18). When we find ourselves overwhelmed with burdens and worried about tomorrow, we can praise God for who He is and His promise to never leave us or forsake us. Gratitude or thankfulness comes from the Latin word “gratus”, which is defined as a feeling of appreciation

“Living a Life of Thankfulness” at Sedona UMC, Sunday at 9:30am2021-10-28T16:34:06+00:00

Pastor Fred Mast’s Sermon “Do Something!” Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am

Now there was a Pharisee, a man named Nicodemus who was a member of the Jewish ruling council.  He came to Jesus at night and said, “Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from God. For no one could perform the signs you are doing if God were not with him.”  Jesus replied, “Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless

Pastor Fred Mast’s Sermon “Do Something!” Sunday at Sedona UMC 9:30am2021-10-07T18:16:23+00:00
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