Welcome to Sedona United Methodist Church



churchcourtyardThe Sedona United Methodist Church has been serving Sedona and the Verde Valley for over 35 years.  Whether you are a visitor, newcomer or a part of our family, you are invited to share the glory of God with us.  Our Spirit filled congregation has become known as one of the friendliest places around Sedona.  Please explore our website to learn more about us.  We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30a.m. or at any of our many activities.  We have a place for you, come and worship with us!


Sedona United Methodist Church welcomes you.

We are located at: 110 Indian Cliffs Road
Sedona, Arizona 86336

We are located on Highway 179, at the round-a-bout at Indian Cliffs Road in beautiful Sedona, Arizona.

Church office is open: Tuesdays through Thursdays 9:00am to 3:00pm
Fridays 9:00a.m. to Noon
Closed on Monday and on major holidays

Phone number is: 928-282-1780
Fax number is: 928-282-6377
Email: sedonaumc.az@gmail.com
Prayer Request Hotline: sumcprayers@gmail.com


UMC Cross & FlameSedona United Methodist Church Mission Statement

Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ by Welcoming all people, Worshiping God joyfully, Caring for each person, Discovering Christ’s transforming love, and Serving God’s world.

Vision Statement

To share the happiness that is Christianity for all people.


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Pastor Fred

A Message from Pastor Fred Mast

Greetings to our Sedona UMC Family & Friends,

But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.

—John 14:26—

Albert Einstein Once said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” I was asked recently, “Pastor Fred, does God still do miracles, like back in biblical times? If God does, why doesn’t God do more of them? Maybe more people would believe in God if He did.”

God is not limited, and God is certainly able to work in miraculous ways today just as God did in biblical times, if God so chooses. If God didn’t, why would we bother to continue to pray when a loved one falls ill or when some other calamity in life comes calling our name?

Much of what God does in this world is hidden from us, or we just don’t recognize it. Think, for example, of the work God has given the Holy Spirit to do on our behalf. Occasionally the Holy Spirit may make God’s presence known to us, but for the most part, they’re hidden from us, and only in heaven will we understand how we were truly watched over, protected, and delivered from danger and blessed. Much of what the Spirit does could easily be labeled as miracles. The Bible says, “Are not all angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation?” (Hebrews 1:14).

Our conversation continued, “Pastor, would more people believe in God or in Christ if they saw a miracle with their own eyes?” Not necessarily. Many would discount and look for other more “practical” explanations excluding the possibility of a miracle. Countless people saw Jesus per-form miracles, yet they refused to believe in Him or to give their lives over to Him. Don’t let this be true of you!

In July, I will bring a series of messages based on “The Miracles of Jesus” and my hope is we might discover again the unconditional, unmerited, unlimited love that God shows to us through the person of Jesus Christ and today through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit among us.

The greatest miracle of all is the miracle of a changed life — and this can happen, as we open our hearts and lives to Christ. Do others see Christ in you — His Love, His compassion, His purity, & His joy? May we come alive in Christ once again, and may the power of God’s Holy Spirit be upon us, our communities, and this world, and may it become the miracle of God’s transforming power in you!

Grace & Peace,
Pastor Fred










Friday, July 8th– Family Movie Night, 6:30pm

Saturday, June 9th– Men’s Breakfast, 8:00am at Olde Sedona Grill


Family Movie Night will be held on Friday, July 8th at 6:30pmFamily Movie Night general

As usual, the fun keeps reeling.






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