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.

September Sunday Services

  9/03/23  Water Communion: “Welcome Home” 

You’re invited to bring a sample of water from your summer travels or water that has other personal significance.  We will ritually pour our water into a common bowl to signify coming together again.

Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson

  9/10/23  “Widening Our Circle”

Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson

  9/17/23  “Living Our Vision Every Day”

Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson

  9/24/23  “Our Collective Story”   We Celebrate SUUF’s 30th Anniversary!

Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson

Attending in-person Services

Services are held at 10 am, September through June, at the JCVSS synagogue,100 Meadowlark Drive, in Sedona.

Summer Conversations and/or Guest Speakers run in July and August—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.


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