Prayer Request

Whatever your prayer need, we are here to support you in affirmative, confidential prayer.


What is Affirmative Prayer?

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.

When most people think of prayer, they think of asking God for something.

Not so in Unity.

Unity uses "affirmative prayer."  Rather than begging or beseeching God, this method involves connecting with the spirit of God within and asserting positive beliefs about the desired outcome.  Affirmative prayer is the same method of prayer Jesus tought when he said,


"So I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours" - Mark 11:24.


How do I find prayer support?

Unity in the Foothills offers both prayer chaplains and a prayer chain to support you in prayer. All prayer requests are handled with complete confidentiality.  


Prayer Chaplains

 will pray directly with you, either by phone or via Zoom.  They will listen carefully to your situation and offer affirmative prayer, comfort, and encouragement.  To reach a prayer chaplain, please email for contact information.


Prayer Chain

Our Prayer Chain includes members of our community who will provide confidential and dedicated affirmative prayer on your behalf.  To initiate a prayer request, please call Barbara at 203-232-2922.


Unity Prayer Ministry

For more than 130 years, affirmative prayer has been key to the Unity mission. Unity Worldwide Ministries will pray with people of all faiths around the globe each year. Your prayer request is a sacred honor and trust. All prayer requests are kept private and confidential. You can make a prayer request online or speak with a prayer associate by phone. There is never a charge for prayer. Please visit their website for more information.


Recommended Reading:

- How to Pray Without Talking to God by Linda Martella-Whitsett

- The Universe is Calling by Eric Butterworth

- Teach Us to Pray by Charles Fillmore