What is Prayer?

"Prayer is when you talk to God; meditation is when you listen..."    -- Diana Robinson

Prayer is communication with God and realizing the Christ within you.

Prayer is the mainstay of the Unity movement, as it is through prayer that we experience and manifest the power and presence of God in our lives. The Unity approach to prayer is affirmative, reflecting the truth that God's constant good is always unfolding in our lives, and in the world around us.

Through positive prayers, affirmations and meditations, we become aware of, and closer to, the Divine Presence within.

Prayer Request

THERE IS TREMENDOUS POWER IN SHARING PRAYER WITH ANOTHER.
WE INVITE YOU TO SHARE YOUR PRAYER REQUESTS SO THAT OTHERS MAY LOVINGLY PRAY WITH YOU.
 

OUR PRAYER BOX

As you first enter the building, the Prayer Box is located on the table to the right. Simply write the date and the name of the person you are requesting a prayer for on the paper provided, and put it in the box. You can also submit a prayer request on this website with our Prayer Request Form. Names are held in prayer for that month, and are then sent on to Silent Unity for an additional month's prayers.

OUR WEEKLY EMAIL PRAYER LIST
 

Please send the names of people you are requesting prayers for to carol@columbineunity.org. Their names will be added to a Prayer List that is sent out once a week to Columbine congregants. Requests need to be received by noon on Tuesday. At the end of each month, the names will be removed from our email list and forwarded to Silent Unity, for an additional month's prayer.

Our email service is protected from "Spambots" and other malicious software; further, congregants are reminded that this list is confidential and not to be shared. You are also welcome to omit last names when submitting requests to the email list if you are concerned about confidentiality.

CONFIDENTIALITY

Confidentiality is lovingly held in our Columbine Prayer Ministries. Except as noted here, all prayer requests are confidential. For the safety of all concerned, if a prayer is requested concerning an impending suicide, an abusive situation, or a threat of bodily harm, the prayer leaders and/or the minister will notify the appropriate authorities.

The Power of Prayer
For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them. 
-- Matthew 18:20

Columbine Spiritual Center offers several forms of Prayer Ministry including Prayer Chaplains, who will pray with you one on one; Prayer Requests which create an opportunity for your request to be prayed for by the entire congregation, as well as Silent Unity, and Spiritual Counseling and Coaching.

We invite you to use these prayer resources and experience the wondrous Love and Power of God as it flows to us, and through us, in prayer.

Spiritual Counseling and Coaching

Spiritual Counseling is an important part of Unity Columbine Spiritual Center. It is provided to assist you in your spiritual growth and to help you find God in the midst of life events.

Rev. Scott Schell

Rev. Scott is available to speak with you regarding issues you are facing. Crisis, career, family, health, substance abuse and spiritual growth are some topics that you may wish to discuss during spiritual counseling. If necessary, Rev. Scott may refer you to a social worker, psychologist or other professional to further assist you.

Spiritual Counseling is offered on a Love Offering basis and is meant to be short-term.

Anything discussed between you and the minister with be completely confidential. However, the law does require that imminent harm to self and others be reported.