Prayer and Meditation

The Unity approach to prayer is affirmative, based on positive prayers and affirmations that have universal, interfaith appeal. Affirmative prayer is the highest form of creative thought. It includes the release of counterproductive, negative thoughts, as well as holding in mind statements of spiritual truth. Through meditation, we experience the presence of God. Prayer and meditation heighten our awareness and thereby transform our lives.

World Day of Prayer

Thousands of people will join Silent Unity, and Unity churches and centers around the world on September 10, 2015, for the 22nd annual Unity World Day of Prayer. The theme of the 24-hour prayer event is "Pray Up Your Life, Pray Up the World." This year's affirmation is "As I pray, I connect my highest thoughts with my deepest faith."

Unity of Bloomington will be recognizing World Day of Prayer with a special service on Thursday, September 10th at 7 p.m. All are welcome to attend. "World Day of Prayer gives us an opportunity to come together in celebration of our oneness with God, each other, and the world. Through prayer we foster peace and wholeness in our community and in our individual lives," said Rev. Lynnette Carlson of Unity of Bloomington.

 

Prayer Requests

Silent Unity, our telephone and online prayer ministry, is available 24/7 ready to offer you free confidential prayer support whenever you want it.

Call: 1-800-NOW-PRAY (1-800-669-7729)

You can also submit a prayer request online:

Submit a Prayer Request to Silent Unity

Prayer Partners

Unity Prayer Partners are available for one-on-one prayer with our congregants after the Sunday morning service. Our Prayer Partners are volunteers who receive extensive training in affirmative prayer and holding a sacred space. All prayers are kept in strict confidence.

If you would like to request support from a prayer partner during the week, please email prayerpartners@unityofbloomington.org