Unity is the world’s premier resource for spiritual support. We help and serve millions through publishing and media, events and retreats, a 24/7 prayer line, and spiritual centers around the world.
For more than a century, Unity has offered inspiration and education to people of all faiths, as well as those with no affiliation. Whether you consider yourself spiritual but not religious or you’re involved in a church, mosque, synagogue, or sangha, you are welcome here.
We live up to our name—Unity.
How We Serve
Prayer is the foundation and the heart of our work. For more than one hundred years, Unity has been dedicated to helping people through prayer. Silent Unity®, the prayer ministry of Unity, responds to nearly 2 million requests from people who write, call or email for prayer support throughout the year. A vigil of prayer is maintained in Silent Unity around the clock so that we are available for those who request prayer. Learn more.
Unity operates one of the largest religious publishing houses in the Midwest, offering hundreds of books, pamphlets and CDs on a variety of spiritual subjects. Unity also publishes two magazines to inspire and advance personal growth: Daily Word® and Unity Magazine®. Learn more.
Unity offers many opportunities for spiritual learning. Unity Worldwide Ministries offers programs to become a licensed Unity teacher and minister through Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute (UWSI). The UWSI education program also offers Spiritual Education and Enrichment (SEE) classes for individuals seeking to grow spirituality. Learn more.
Retreats and Events
Bringing people, ideas and experience together is one of the fundamental principles of Unity. Workshops with top names and engaging material, retreats that offer spiritual enlightenment, and special events and conventions are all a part of that core process. Learn more.
Tour Unity Village
Unity is headquartered at Unity Village, Missouri, a beautiful 1,200-acre campus 15 miles southeast of Kansas City, Missouri. Explore the unique campus featuring distinctive Italian Renaissance architecture and water fountains with a virtual tour. Watch video.