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. Worship starts at 9:30am
Please join the Caring Lay Ministry Team on the first Sunday of the Month for worship at Haven of Sedona at 2:00p.m.
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
The next Faithworks mission to Mexico is September 5-7, 2019. It is a non-medical trip with the purpose being to deliver supplies and clean the clinic. There is a box in the narthex for items being requested for their trip. If you can help, please donate the following: Small sample-sized bottles of shampoo and conditioner, any size toothpaste, multi-vitamins of all kinds, diabetes test strips, and chapsticks Please see the
“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,
On Sunday morning at 9:30 am join Sedona United Methodist Church for worship as we begin a journey through the Beatitudes and the greatest sermon ever preached! This week we will look at what it means and how we might find true happiness and blessing. We’ll look at the life of a king—Solomon, who appeared to have everything a person could have and still struggled to find a lasting peace
Jesus often taught in parables – simple stories about everyday things that illustrated a profound spiritual truth. The parable of the talents is one of those. The characters in the story represent various types of people in the kingdom. Who is this rich master who went away to a far country? It’s the Master — Jesus. When He told this parable, Jesus was well aware that within weeks He would
Bring Dad to Sunday Worship at Sedona United Methodist Church on Father's Day. Church starts at 9:30am and then stay for our Fellowship Time.
“You, O Lord are our Father. We are the clay; you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.” (Isaiah 64:8) Father’s Day honors fathers and celebrates fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It was traditionally observed in Europe as the Feast of St. Joseph, Husband of Mary (the mother of Jesus) and spread throughout Latin America. In the US the very first