Visit Sedona’s Chapel
In 1956, construction of the Chapel of the Holy Cross was completed. The chapel rises 70 feet (21 m) out of a 1,000-foot (300 m) redrock cliff. The most prominent feature of the chapel is the cross. Later a chapel was added. Inside the chapel there is a window and a cross with benches and pews.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix and Saint John Vianney Parish of Sedona, Arizona, welcomes you to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Visitors from all over the world have made this a “can’t miss” destination in Northern Arizona. Visitors who expect to find the Chapel as just another charming site are often surprised to find themselves deeply moved by the powerful spirituality emanating from this simple building and its location among Sedona’s red rocks.
Those that visit go away refreshed and energized. Many find solutions to impossible situations and leave with peace in their heart. It is a place to come and let the Creator take control. There is a wonderful gift store full of many religious articles of all faiths created by local artists and also many from all over the world. You may visit our store link on this web site for examples and further suggestions.
Taize Prayer Service: Mondays 5:00 pm.
Eucharistic Liturgies (All masses held at St John Vianney in Sedona): Daily 8:00am except Thurs and Sat – Sat: 5:30 pm ; Sunday 8:00 am and 10:30 am.