This Week at Sedona UMC
An Important Message from Sedona United Methodist Church
God is with us and has us in His hands! — Romans 8:28 tells us, “We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”
We as people and a community of faith, while being challenged and stretched are also being called to be examples and comforters for others in our local communities and beyond. To be the hands and feet of Jesus to our neighbors—And Jesus Christ is showing us the way to be His hands and feet especially now! We are up to this task, I know it! But more than this God knows it!!!
Continue to pray for one another, to garner renewed strength by the renewing of your minds, bodies, and spirits inreading your bibles, in continuing to share the amazing “Good News” and “Hope” that comes through Jesus Christ with your friends as you reach out to them via phone, social media, and email. Stay in contact, reassure them, love them through this, and please let us know if someone is in need and we will reach out as well.
Out of love, care, and concern for our community and in wanting to help ensure the health and well-being of all, we are moving from on-site worship to on-line worship (which can be accessed via our website and Facebook page) until further notice when we will reassess the progress being made in mitigating this virus—please visit our website for the latest updates: www.sedonaumc.org
All normal on-site activities, studies, meetings, and gatherings are being postponed and/or suspended during this time—BUT, we are working to offer on-line alternatives for studies, prayer opportunities, and devotional opportunities and these are available on-line now.
Our church office REMAINS CLOSED — Please contact us via email (email@example.com) or by telephone (928)282-1780. If you cannot (or should not) go out and need assistance in getting needed daily items (food, medicine, etc.) or have need for prayer or support please contact our office.
We are here for you and look forward to this opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus—The Church is still open for you! Stay healthy, stay strong, love your neighbors, and hold on to the HOPE that is found in Jesus Christ.
Grace & Peace,
Rev. Fred Mast