“Silent Unity. How may we pray with you?”
When you call Silent Unity, any time night or day, these are the first words you will hear.
The phone will be answered by a trained prayer ministry associate who will ask for your first name and the name(s) of anyone for whom you are requesting prayer. The choice is yours whether you share these names. Rest assured, the information you provide is kept strictly confidential.
You can then describe your situation and what kind of prayer you would like. You might want to ask for a prayer for healing … or prosperity … or a new job … or inner peace … or guidance … or a harmonious relationship … or to express joy and gratitude.
There Are No Limits to Prayer
No prayer request is too big or too small. Some people call when they’ve lost a loved one; others call when they’ve misplaced their keys! Even if you are not sure what to pray for, the telephone prayer ministry associate will listen with love and compassion and then pray with you about your situation. You need only listen and take it in. After we have prayed with you, we then place your prayer request in the Silent Unity Prayer Vigil Chapel for 30 days of continuous prayer.
The associate will offer to send you a personal letter (or email) for additional prayer support. If you say yes, you will be asked for your full name and mailing address or email address. You are in no way obligated to receive a follow-up letter, but most people find it very comforting and a good reminder that you are never alone. If you have requested a prayer on behalf of someone else, you may also request that a letter of prayer support be sent to them, in which case you need to provide their mailing address.
This prayer ministry is available to you for no charge, and you may call or contact Silent Unity as often as you like.
Give Silent Unity a Call
Sometimes life circumstances can feel overwhelming. Even though God is with you in every moment, it can be very comforting and reassuring to be reminded of that truth, and to hear a loving voice offer prayer support. Silent Unity is always here for you. “What one heart cannot bear alone, many hearts can bear together.”
This is Silent Unity. How may we pray with you?
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