Sedona Interfaith Fellowship

A spiritual oasis -- all are welcome!

Sunday Gatherings


To be an opening through which individuals may more deeply experience the presence of God.   To create this opening by drawing upon the wisdom and beauty of the world’s great spiritual traditions.

Our Mission Statement is what sets the tone for the Sunday Gatherings and other activities. We explore various topics of spiritual interest from the perspective of the world’s great religions and spiritual paths, as we open ourselves to the beauty and depth of our own personal experiences of God, by whatever name our Source is called.


We have started up Sunday Gatherings once again!
Check in periodically for an update of the schedule. See the Events and Announcements page for details.

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Time: 10:00 a.m.


Meeting Space at Weddings In Sedona
30 Kayenta Ct., Suite 3
Sedona, AZ  86336

“Regular” Sunday Gatherings are every other week, and generally include:

–A message and sharing
–Uplifting music
–Inspiring readings
–Meditation and Prayer…
Bring all of your concerns for individuals and situations, and allow us to join in sending them to our Source for healing, with gratitude.

Sunday Gathering Book Groups on alternating Sundays currently focus around Deepak Chopra’s book:

A Practical Approach to Spirituality for Our Times

“For three decades, Deepak Chopra has inspired millions with his profound writing and teaching. With The Future of God, he invites us on a journey of the spirit, providing a practical path to understanding God and our own place in the universe. Now is a moment of reinvigoration, he argues. Now is a moment of renewal. Now is the future.”

All are welcome!  While some participants will be reading the materials, we see it as simply a launching point for discussion of all things spiritual.

Events & Announcements



A time for inspiration, a time for reflection — prayer, meditation, song, and inspired words!

All are welcome!

“What’s in a name?”  — How do we see ourselves?  What is our identity?  We wear so many hats, we take on many roles: mother, father, son, daughter, teacher, waitress, construction worker, lawyer, senior citizen, toddler…..

Yet, do any of those roles define our identity?  We’ll explore how we see ourselves and how God sees us — perhaps sometimes they match up!  Let’s explore this interesting topic together!

10:00 a.m. at the Meeting Space at Wedding In Sedona



A study of Chopra’s The Future of God.  All are welcome to drop in any week to share in this loosely formatted Gathering, so don’t be shy about joining us!  The book will simply be a vehicle for us to explore the world of spirituality and how it intersects with science and our daily lives.  Join us for brunch afterward.

10:00 a.m. at the Meeting Space at Wedding In Sedona





The Minister

Reverend Susan Perry felt called to ministry at the age of ten, and twenty-five years later was ordained by the New Seminary in New York, in 1994, with a license as Minister, Spiritual Counseling. With its focus on the interfaith model, the seminary inspires individuals to expand their spiritual horizons to respect and honor the traditions of all of the world’s faiths. Susan’s ministry began in her own living room in 1991, then expanded to the more public setting of the Sedona Public Library’s Community Room in 1996.

Her spiritual career has included:

• Her upbringing in the Lutheran Church, which was the inspiration and preparing ground for her call to ministry;

• Many years of study and application of the principles of metaphysics as found in the Edgar Cayce channeled material, the Findhorn Foundation, and other spiritual teachings;

• A Course in Miracles study and practice, including working for several years at Miracle Distribution Center in California;

• For twelve years, assisting her then husband, Robert Perry, found and manage the Circle of Atonement, a center dedicated to embodying and teaching the principles of A Course in Miracles;

• Living in a spiritual community for twenty years.

About SIF

Sedona Interfaith Fellowship is…

A Sanctuary
A Place of Fellowship
A Center of Worship
A Learning Center
A Focal Point for Action and Service
A Spiritual Oasis

As a Sanctuary, the Fellowship is a place where the seeker can find rest and solace from the daily walk of life. It is a place for nurturing and healing the soul on its journey of awakening.

As a Place of Fellowship, Sedona Interfaith is open to people from all walks of life, no matter what spiritual path one is or isn’t on. It is a place where the seeker may come to experience the oneness of all God’s children.

As a Center of Worship, the Fellowship utilizes the wisdom found in all of the world’s great spiritual traditions, to enlighten and illuminate the spiritual journey. It is a safe environment in which individuals may deepen their own relationship with and experience of God.

As a Learning Center, Sedona Interfaith Fellowship seeks to help break down the barriers people have built against different faiths, cultures, and ways of thinking. Educational opportunities range from hands-on experiential studies of spiritual practices and techniques, including those that relate to personal and inner growth, to scholarly studies of sacred texts and other writings.

As a Focal Point for Action and Service, the Fellowship challenges and encourages its participants to recognize that all God’s children are deserving of love. This love can be expressed in a variety of ways, for example, through service projects, prayer groups, educational forums, or action committees.

In sum, Sedona Interfaith Fellowship is a Spiritual Oasis, where the seeker may come to rest and replenish, to drink a new drink to refresh their soul, inspire their spirit, and bring new life and meaning into their daily lives.


We Believe

That God is all there is.

That although God is all there is, we experience ourselves as separate humans on earth.

That God has sent enlightened teachers through the ages to bring a message of hope and deliverance to humankind.

That this message of hope, although different in expression from tradition to tradition, is at its core one and the same: God loves us, and wants us to come home.

That among the many holy messengers throughout history, all of whom have a voice within the Fellowship, Jesus holds the unique position as model and teacher of the interfaith principles and ideals for this Fellowship. His inspiring message is woven throughout this ministry, bringing hope and peace through the example of his love.

Weddings & Other Ceremonies


Rev. Susan Perry is available to officiate at your wedding!

This is a special day, and it would be an honor and a privilege to share in it with you.

I’ll work with wedding couples to create a meaningful and memorable ceremony to commemorate this joining. As the founding minister of Sedona Interfaith Fellowship, I recognize the importance of honoring whatever spiritual or religious backgrounds my couples come from. My focus is on the love and connection between the two of you, and this guides the planning of the ceremony to make it a perfect reflection of your values and vision.

With more than twenty years of officiating experience, I will help to create an environment at your ceremony full of presence, intimacy, joy, and love. We’ll find the right balance in the moment between those precious expressions of caring and when a little humor is called for!

Available also for:

• Baptisms & Christenings
• Commitment ceremonies
• Vow renewals
• Memorials & Funerals
• Home blessings
• And whatever sacred ceremony you might have in mind


Reverend Susan Perry
(928) 282-0293

Basic Fee: $250.00

Additional fees may be applied to: Rehearsal, extended travel, guest count larger than 50, attendance and blessing/prayer at reception, for example.

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Sedona Interfaith Fellowship
Reverend Susan Perry
Home Office: (928) 282-0293
Cell: (928) 274-1444