If you have ever experienced doubt because your prayers seem to go unanswered, then you can probably relate to a prophet named Habakkuk. Habakkuk prophesied during an era when he saw evil raging both near and far. Nineveh was being destroyed and Babylon was rapidly rising as the world’s next superpower. An eyewitness to violence and injustice all around him, Habakkuk cried out to God.
Habakkuk never stopped believing in the Lord—He was just having a hard time making sense of God’s approach to ruling the earth and her people. Habakkuk wondered why God didn’t intervene to save His people from suffering so much wrongdoing and harm. The prophet was astonished that the Lord seemed to be sitting by as really bad people were doing really bad things to others.
So Habakkuk did what so many of us are doing today in our world that in many ways mirrors these events occurring thousands of years ago. Habakkuk cried out to God for answers. Join us this week at Sedona United Methodist Church as Rev. Fred Mast begins a sermon series entitled, “God—Why Don’t You Do Something!”.
Sunday mornings we enter the spirit of worship at 9:30 am featuring uplifting music, special times of prayer, and passionate life changing messages that will move you closer in your relationship with Jesus Christ and others. Sunday school offered for children kindergarten to 6th grade.
Immediately following worship, you are invited to stay and join us in our Fellowship Hall this week for a very special fellowship time featuring delicious goodies and snacks, beverages, and always great hot coffee. This is the friendliest and most welcoming congregation & fellowship time anywhere!
The pumpkins are HERE!—Our “Annual Pumpkin Patch” runs thru October 31st! Great Pumpkins and Gourds of many different shapes, sizes and colors will be available. Hours of operation are Noon to 6PM Sunday through Friday and 10am to 6PM on Saturday’s (With “Special Pumpkin Festival Events” Saturday 10/08 -Pumpkin Painting & 10/22-Pumpkin Carving). All proceeds go to support Young Life of Sedona and the Verde Valley for youth camp scholarships. Lots of fun and a tremendous cause!!!
We offer several weekly book and bible studies: Tuesday’s join us @ 1:30 pm for a bible study at The Gathering Place in West Sedona; and Thursday’s Women’s Bible Study at 9:45am. So many great missions, ministries, and fellowship opportunities at Sedona UMC—Call our office for additional details.
Visit our website at www.sedonaumc.org and “Like” us on Facebook. We are conveniently located at 110 Indian Cliffs Road off the Back O’Beyond roundabout on Route 179 in Sedona. All are welcome at Sedona United Methodist—Come and join this growing faith family! Invite, pick-up, and bring your friends and family.