Chapel Of The Holy CrossCurrently Closed
- Address: 780 Chapel Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States, 86336
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9282824069
- Fax: +1-9077895248
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Cathedral , Community And Government, Religious, Churches
Feel closer to god and find your inner spiritual self with a visit to the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona. It is a very popular chapel that attracts a number of visitors every day. You don’t need tickets for Chapel of the Holy Cross as it is free to visit. Preferably you can get a tour booked for an immersive experience. Buy tickets for Chapel of the Holy Cross tours from our ticket section and get various attractive offers in the bargain. Chapel of the Holy Cross tickets for tours are a great way to sightsee and understand Sedona.
Built in 1956 by architect Marguerite BrunwigStaude, the Chapel of Holy Cross embraces the iconic red terrain of Sedona.
Take a walk in the chapelto explore the minimalistic architecture understand its history, see it in the daily scheduled Sedona tours or simply feel the serene ambience.
- Wear sunscreen and carry water and snacks.
- The place has no restrooms.
- Check Chapel of the Holy Cross hours and mass time before visiting.
- Rent a Car to reach the Holy Cross.
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95% of people who visit Sedona include Chapel Of The Holy Cross in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
65.12% of people start their Chapel Of The Holy Cross visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Chapel Of The Holy Cross
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Chapel Of The Holy Cross
I live in Phoenix, but I have often visited the Chapel of the Holy Cross for prayer and meditation. I was eager to visit again after the huge Corpus was added to the great central cross. I can not describe my disappointment when I beheld it. I love the heroic proportion of the Corpus. I love the magnificent portrayal of the tree that bore Him. But I reject the portrayal of Jesus alive on the cross! Our Christ on the Cross of Calvary is dead! Christ died once for and for all for our salvation. Christ died, our salvation is procured. DONE. That is what the Crucifix speaks to me. I’m not sure that I can come to the Chapel of the Holy Cross again, knowing that those creepy eyes will be looking down from the Corpus, and the loose ropes (scriptural??) hanging down. Perhaps there are ancient symbols in our faith that merit a refreshing reinterpretation by a master artisan. The Crucifix is not, nor shall it ever be, one of them.
This is a very unique Catholic chapel. It was built into the red rock canyon elevation. The parking lot spirals up, and can get full. There are golf carts that pick people up from the lot. The top, offers great views of the surrounding areas.
Amazing!! Great piece of architecture built into the side of the mountain. Chapel is small but beautifully maintained and has a shop down stairs to take home a piece of your visit to the holy cross. The views from here are also breathtaking and we were fortunate enough to be there in the late afternoon for the spectacular sunset.
The unique and solemn beauty of this place is not to be missed. The views are fabulous and just sitting in the chapel and letting the peace wash over you is amazing. This is a must see and it is no charge. You can donate.
It's a very nice place but we were not able to park. Best to go when it's not a holiday. You could probably get great pictures all around the area. Watch out for the cars