Chapel of the Holy Cross

October 15, 2017 Leave a Comment


Easily the most famous landmark in Sedona, every visitor is drawn to Chapel of the Holy Cross—the standout destination showcased in the red rocks. While it’s a popular religious and faith-based destination, no visit is complete without a trip to the Chapel regardless of faith. The gift shop touts rosaries, nativities, statues, jewelry, menorahs, crosses and much more. With a Taize Prayer Service Mondays at 5 p.m., the destination is welcoming to all. The Diocesan Policy has instituted a no liturgies policy at the chapel. There are also no weddings at the chapel.

The short, winding paved road leads visitors directly into the chapel where you’ll find incredible views of the valley. A uniquely Sedona destination, what began as the Saint John Vianney Parish has evolved into one of the most well-known places in Sedona. Catholics can enjoy mass Monday – Thursday and Sundays at 8 a.m., and on Saturday at 5 p.m.


Gift Shop Finds


Sedona visitors won’t find another gift shop like the one at Chapel of the Holy Cross. Featuring a variety of locally crafted items, there’s something for everyone. A handmade kite-shaped chapel plaque, wooden ornaments, calendars, soaps, mists and more are suitable for everyone.


The shop is open daily until 5 p.m., and you’ll want to arrive early in order to avoid crowds. Bring your camera and comfortable shoes to experience Sedona’s most recognizable destination.


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