On the road between Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon.
The mission of the Cave Creek Museum is to preserve the artifacts of the prehistory, culture and legacy of the Cave Creek/Carefree foothills area through education, research and interpretive exhibits.
At the base of Black Mountain, is a handsome southwest style building – the Cave Creek Museum. Its roots are embedded in the pioneer traditions of neighbor helping neighbor. Begun as an historical society in 1968 by a small group of volunteers, the Museum took form when land was donated by Frank and Hazel Wright, and the old Episcopal Church was relocated to that site. Donations and gifts of local historical significance poured in.
In April of 1970 the museum opened its doors for visitors. The Museum, a largely volunteer organization, represents the dedication and generosity from the people in Cave Creek & Carefree. It is a pleasure to present the pre-history and history of peoples living life in the north desert foothills. Source: Cave Creek Museum
AKA, The Cupcake Church.
Chino Valley, Arizona
We’d love for you to come visit us at Canyon Trails Cowboy Church! We’re on the corner of Dry Creek Road and White Bear Road in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Our services are casual and relaxed, and we are committed to worshiping and exalting Christ in everything we do.
We are here to love and serve the people of the Verde Valley, and our goal is to bring the light of Jesus into the lives of all those we meet.
Located just east of the original Mesa Townsite, settled by Mormon pioneers, the Mesa Arizona Temple anchors a historic district, which has predominantly retained its residential character. A public visitors’ center shares the meticulously manicured grounds of the temple, which feature a cactus garden and large reflection pools. The Easter season brings thousands of guests to the temple grounds every year to watch Jesus the Christ, the largest annual outdoor easter pageant in the world. At Christmas time, the grounds are converted to an exquisite Nativity display accented by hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights. Source: LDS Church Temples
Yarnell Community Church’s main entrance is marked, Servants’ Entrance. While some would find this amusing, it is a testimony of the congregation’s view that everyone is equal in serving God and each other.