Unity's form of prayer is Affirmative Prayer. The first step is to allow your mind to go still and go to your heart space, acknowledging the Presense of Spirit. Affirmative Prayer is the highest form of creative thought. It inlcudes the release of counter-productive, negative thoughts, as well as holding in mind statements of spiritual truth. Unity teaches that when prayer is practiced regularly it raises an individual's consciousness and experience and strregnthens their connection with the Divine. Unity encourages an individual daily practice. Unity of Pompano offers several opportunities for you to be supported in prayer.
Unity of Pompano’s Prayer Chaplains are available to you:
• Person to Person confidential prayer before or after Sunday Service Chaplains are in the small Chapel in the hallway of the Fellowship Building, 30 minutes prior & 30 minutes following the Sunday Service.
• Prayer Chaplains are available in the side aisles at the end of Sunday Service for individual prayer.
• You can submit a prayer request in the Prayer Chest located in the Narthex before, during, or after the Sunday Service. Chaplains pray over these prayer requests.
• You can submit a prayer request on line and a chaplain will pray over your request or if you request a chaplain will call you & pray with you.
• You can call the office that you want to be placed on a Prayer Care Call List. Once you are on this list a prayer chaplain will call you bi-monthly & pray with you.
• You can call Silent Unity, the World-Wide Prayer Ministry which is available 24-7. 800-969-2000 (English)or 816-969-2020(Spanish) Note: All prayer requests, after they are prayer for locally, are sent to Silent Unity (Unity Headquarters) and are prayed over in the Unity Capel for 30 days.
Prayer Chaplains will:
• Hold a sacred, prayerful consciousness
• Listen lovingly to your prayer request
• Pray from the heart
• Release your request to Spirit, knowing the healing, loving, peaceful power of Spirit is present at all times in all situations.
• Hold your prayer request in confidence. (But Chaplains will not counsel, advise, or fulfill the role of a personal confidante.)