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Fountain at Unity of Sedona

Fountain at Unity of Sedona

When are your Sunday services?
Our services begins at 9:30 a.m. and noon.

How long are your services?
Our services usually last around 90 minutes.

How big is your congregation?
We have approximately 150 official members.
We have approximately 250 people attend our Sunday services.

What happens at a Sunday service?
Our Sunday services begin with attendees meeting each other and then a sharing of announcements, followed by the welcoming of any guests and then our opening song. Then, our Spiritual Leader (or guest speaker) does the opening prayer, which is followed by the sacred reading of the day and our special music of the day. Afterward, the message of the day is shared, followed by a meditation. Lastly, we receive our donations and close with a song and prayer. Attendees are then welcome to receive prayer or hands-on healing from our chaplains or they might join us for a snack on our café patio or they might choose to walk our labyrinth or enjoy any other part of our sacred grounds. Whatever the case, our attendees are usually amazed at the depth of love, healing, and learning they can experience at Unity of Sedona.

As a first-time visitor, what can I expect?
We welcome all of our first time visitors during the Announcement portion of our service by asking them to stand to receive a gift (Navajo beaded necklace) and a prayer blessing.

What do I wear?
Most of our attendees dress comfortably and presentably. Whether you choose casual or Sunday best, we welcome the style that makes you feel comfortable.

I have children. May I bring them?
Yes. We have a small children’s program during our noonservice. Our children meet in their own classroom/yurt outside out sanctuary and near our beautiful lawn area. During our program, they plant flowers, create water wheel mandalas, play games, and learn a spiritual lesson.

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