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The dozens of ministries and outreaches of this affluent congregation are all well documented on their website. Of special note is a clown ministry called "God's Clod Squad", which quoting from their website "offers skits, sing-alongs, and one-on-one magic for visitations to hospitals, nursing homes, assisted care facilities, church programs, service clubs, schools, and many other organizations.
A lady who gave us the "grand tour" before the service pointed through a picture window at some of the poorer trailer-park encampments that dot the landscape and described the special outreach that the congregation extends toward those communities. Sedona, about a two hours' drive north of Phoenix, features what has to be the most spectacular scenery in the United States; some have called Sedona the most beautiful place on earth.
The landscape is full of hundreds of sandstone and iron oxide rock formations that glow with a red-orange hue when struck by the sun at a low angle. The unusual shapes of the rocks have earned them such names as Coffeepot, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and Snoopy after the famous canine cartoon character who spends his days supine on the roof of his doghouse. Many believe that the red rocks of Sedona harbor spiritual vortexes, concentrated points of energy that facilitate prayer, mediation and healing.
The Revd Donna Cavedon, associate pastor, led the service. Ryan Holder, A. Close to three-quarters full. The congregation were predominantly elderly and were all very well dressed. There were some younger folk among the many visitors. Refreshments were served in the parish hall between the earlier service and this service. A bevy of lovely people came over to introduce themselves and welcome us, and to point us to the cookies and coffee.
One lady asked us if we would join her in the church office for a short prayer. Welcoming and very pleasant. People were meeting and greeting each other, and all seemed happy to be there. After joining in the short prayer held in the parish office, we were given a quick tour of the facilities and were asked to sign the visitor's book.