Prayer is foundational to Unity. It's part of our Five Core Principles and is our link to God and our divine nature. 

Through harnessing the power of prayer, we can unleash this miracle-working power within and around us to produce real results and change in our lives. 

If you're experiencing a life challenge, concerned about a loved one, or even working on a creative project, we invite you to tap into the power of shared prayer.

Our Prayer Chaplains 

As an extension of the ministry team, our Prayer Chaplains are here to be of sacred service by praying with others in our spiritual community. 

They are trained in our powerful Silent Unity method, where they intentionally pray for others using affirmative prayer. Affirmative prayer is the practice of seeing the highest and best in any given situation, regardless of its outer circumstances. 

Our Chaplains are not counsellors or advice-givers. Instead, they are trained to:

  • Hold spiritual space
  • Lovingly listen
  • Pray from the heart
  • Hold in confidence what is shared

How Do Our Prayer Chaplains Serve Our Community?

Sunday Service

Our Chaplains are available every Sunday after every talk for one-on-one prayer time for those who desire it.

For our online Sunday Talk, use the Zoom option to login and stay online at the conclusion. You will be guided into a private prayer room. 

Prayer Request

Submit a prayer request through the form here and our Silent Prayer team will pray daily for your request for 30 days. 

Your prayer request will also be sent to Silent Unity, our worldwide prayer ministry in Unity Village, Missouri where it will be held in prayer for 24 hours a day for 30 days. To pray with someone immediately over the phone, please contact Silent Unity (open 24/7).

Prayer Call List

Spontaneously receive prayer from one of our Prayer Chaplains who will call you and pray with you at an undetermined time once a month.

If you’re not available to pick up the phone, they will leave a prayer for you on your voicemail. It's a wonderful way to spontaneously and serendipitously engage in the transformative power of prayer.