The Rev. Arland C. Averill, a retired member of the Wisconsin Conference of the United Methodist, will be sharing a message entitled, “Touched and Touching Others with Christ’s Spirit” at Sedona United Methodist Church. The message will seek to help each of us reflect upon Christ’s spirit as it has touched our lives and how that spirit of Christ can reach others through the gifts that God has blessed each of us with daily!!
Our text for the morning is: “Go, therefore, and make disciples” from Matthew 28:19a.
The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper will be shared and all are invited to be at the table of the Lord on this Sunday morning.
The community is invited to the Parking Lot Sale at Sedona UMC on Saturday, May 7th from 8:00am until noon. Members of the congregation will sell their garage sale items and the church library “The Good Book Nook” will be selling books and there will coffee and treats too.. There is always something good at this sale. Proceeds benefit the programs and ministries at the church.
The Ohio Northern University National Tour Choir will make a stop to Sedona UMC on Saturday, May 21st at 6:00pm. The choir consists of members of the ONU University Singers, the top choral ensemble at ONU, which tours annually. The choir is under the direction of Dr. Ben Ayling. Admission to the concert is free with an offering taken to benefit the choir.
No matter where you may find yourself in your faith journey—you are welcome at Sedona UMC! Sedona UMC is located at 110 Indian Cliffs Road, off the Back O’Beyond rotary on Route 179, in Sedona and worship starts at 9:30 each Sunday in the sanctuary. Childcare available. Visit www.sedonaumc.org or call 928-282-1780 for more information on worship, getting a ride to church or any event, Family Movie Night, to hear past services, for missions, Bible studies, Sunday School, youth events, and any of the many activities of our church. There is something very special happening at Sedona UMC, and we would love for you to be a part of it. Everyone is family here–come and experience it first-hand.