Welcome to Unity of Sedona!
Located amidst the panoramic views of our majestic, world-famous Red Rocks, Sedona is not only one of the most beautiful places on the planet, but is also unofficially known as the New Age capital of the world!
In this Mecca of spiritual awareness and personal evolution, Unity of Sedona sits nestled on well-tended grounds, welcoming all who find their way to our door. We invite you to attend Sunday Services.
Our Spiritual Leader
Michael Mirdad, the spiritual leader at Unity of Sedona, is a gifted spiritual teacher and is respected as one of the finest and most diverse healers of our time. Read more
Monthly Message from Michael Mirdad, Our Spiritual Leader
In the State of Arizona, the Summer months are often slow, as people tend to feel overwhelmed by the high temperatures. This lowers our Sunday attendance a little and quiets things down all around the region. But that’s not how we roll at Unity of Sedona. We believe and teach that we have the power to change our life experience by connecting with God, getting inspirations, and then moving forward. And in alignment with these ideals and principles, we completed over a dozen major projects–including renovations to our yard, our cafe, and several parts of our sanctuary and bookstore.
So how is it that we can accomplish so much during the season where most people in the Southwest accomplish so little? The answer is that we follow these few, main principles (which can be applied to one person or a group):
*GOD IS! We let God help and guide us in every way: meaning that with God as our Source, we tend to feel a greater abundance of energy and support.
*WE ARE! We work as a team: meaning that we choose to collaborate and reflect a spirit of oneness, which is powerful and efficient.
*YOU ARE! When it comes to dealing with others and the outside world, we remind ourselves that whatever is impossible for people is possible for God: meaning that when most people would give up or not bother, we tend to apply the principles of mastery, which means to divide and conquer the projects and challenges before us. This is one of the best ways to show people what can be done if they “live the Christ life.” Read More