Individuals may call the Silent Unity prayer line when they are struggling with sickness, facing a divorce, grieving a loved one, dealing with unemployment or any other time they need spiritual support. The prayer line is available around the clock and accepts requests from callers worldwide, regardless of the reason. Silent Unity also takes prayer requests by postal mail, through an online form and via the ministry's mobile app called uPray.
Silent Unity is the prayer ministry of Unity Worldwide Ministries in Missouri. Charles and Myrtle Fillmore began the ministry in 1890, taking prayer requests from local neighbors and through letters received in the mail. Silent Unity's telephone prayer line became active in 1907. The ministry has joined with individuals and communities around the world to pray about wars, riots, natural disasters and other troubles that have plagued society throughout the past century.
Silent Unity focuses on affirmative prayer and encourages an individual to let go of worries, doubts and other negative emotions that may hinder the outcome of his prayers. The ministry responds to every prayer request it receives, regardless of the sender's needs or background, and prayer begins immediately. All requests are housed in the Prayer Vigil Chapel in Unity Village for at least 30 days and are continuously prayed over.