We come together in spiritual community because we enjoy, and are uplifted by, the relationships in our vibrant community, and because we need the reminders our services provide of what matters most in our lives. Here, we are called to our better selves, to learn to live with more wisdom, greater connection, deeper compassion, and to seek greater justice in our community and our world.

Our Sunday Services weave together our principles, thoughts, and experiences with music, poetry, and words that both comfort and challenge us. We’re inspired and awakened to our capacities to make a difference in our own lives and in the world.

Attending in-person Services

Services are held at 10 am, September through June, at the JCSVV synagogue,100 Meadowlark Drive, in Sedona. In July and August, we will feature Summer Conversations and/or Guest Speakers  — check the website calendar for the 2024 schedule.

Children Attending Services
Children of all ages are welcome to join their families at SUUF. Their joyful noise and energy remind our church of our past and future. As always, Sedona Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is here to support you and your family. Please contact our minister or a board member with any questions or concerns.

Other Practical Information

Wisdom In Today’s World

This sermon asks; What is wisdom? How does it differ from knowledge? Is the difference worth discerning? This sermon will explore the landscape of the difference between knowledge and wisdom and how the difference plays out in our modern world.

True wisdom comes in … read more.

Spring – A Time to Blossom

This Sunday is a “SUUF and Me” worship service where we feature the Unitarian Universalist stories of our SUUF members. This week we feature George and Chris Bein.

Our reading is “In The Midst of a World”  by Rev. Rebecca Parker.



This Sunday we will speak of transformation as it applies to the human soul, often referred to as Spiritual Transformation. How does one align oneself with higher spiritual truths, values, and a sense of interconnectedness with the cosmos or a divine source?

As Unitarian Universalists we … read more.

The Esoteric Emerson

This sermon calls us to reflect upon the words and wisdom of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson remains a radical, maybe not in terms of social values or even in literary taste, but Emerson calls us to look at our perception of our very nature. Emerson … read more.

Rolling Back The Stone

As many of us celebrate and recognize this time of Easter, we Unitarian Universalists would like to offer that this can also be a time of rolling back the stone of our own understanding.

In the tradition of the world’s largest denomination, founded by a brown-skinned … read more.