Welcome to Unity of Sedona!

Unity of Sedona is a New Age spiritual center, New Thought church, and energy vortex featuring sacred services, workshops, a labyrinth, psychics, concerts, spiritual gatherings, and a metaphysical bookstore and gift shop. 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

Michael speaking

Dear Friends: 

I pray this e-blast finds you well.

In life, no matter how clear our guidance and direction happens to be, we always need to be aware of any micro-adjustments that might be needed to better keep us on course. After completing another quarterly meeting with our members and attendees, we (our Board, staff, volunteers,  chaplains, etc.) feel even more inspired in regard to the fine-tuning of our direction. 

In my personal life, and at Unity of Sedona, we tend to make changes in sync with the seasons. So at the end of each year, we begin to release things that are no longer serving us and then begin planting the seeds of a new life. This year we are clearing the way for a tone of greater gentleness, devotion to cooperation, and responsible communication–all of which is made easier by making sure everyone involved in our leadership remains aligned with Spirit and with each other.  

One change that we can already see emerging is that although we’ve invested a great deal of time and energy making sure we empowered lots of people to step into leadership roles, not everyone was well suited for such. Now and then over the years, folks ended up getting angry and leaving because we could not fulfill their agendas of attaining certain things at Unity of Sedona. These agendas often included competing with my position as Spiritual Leader. And so I did what I could to accommodate their needs (thus demonstrating an open-mindedness). But after asking our Chaplains and attendees for feedback, it was concluded that we will no longer be able to support these needs as much as we used to.

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