Prayer Chaplain Ministry

Our Prayer Chaplain Ministry is designed to hold a sacred space for all persons requesting prayer.

We recognize God’s presence and power in every moment. We behold the oneness of each individual with the presence of God as we co-create the future.

Our Prayer Chaplains

  • Carol Quinn
  • Steve Camp
  • Patti Cox
  • Brooke Claiborne
  • Sandy Baker
  • George Neal
  • Pam Treffehn
  • Rhonda Hall
  • Jean Klinkenberg
  • Deni Ralston
  • Rev. AnnMarie Accacio

Associate Prayer Chaplains

  • Chari-Lynn Koppel
  • Juanita Loomis
     

Being a Prayer Chaplain is a way to express one’s divine potential while achieving deeper spiritual fulfillment.

Duties of Prayer Chaplains & Associate Prayer Chaplains

The role of a Prayer Chaplain is to hold spiritual space, listen from the heart, pray with others, and hold in confidence what is shared. People who volunteer to be a Prayer Chaplain agree to take on certain responsibilities, such as:

  • Make a one-year commitment to serve;
  • Maintain a personal prayer life;
  • Pray with or for others who are brought to attention;
  • Perform one of the prayer services offered by Unity Spiritual Center;
  • Attend a mandatory orientation/training session;
  • Attend Prayer Chaplain meetings for further training and to share the progress of the program;
  • Make monthly Wellness Calls/electronic prayer contacts with 10-15 USC members, offering prayer support.
  • Hold in prayer the names of all those whose names have been placed in the prayer box, using a prayer list that the team coordinators create each week.

If you think you would like to serve as a Prayer Chaplain, we invite you to pray about your calling. Stepping up to this sacred service also is stepping up to your next level of spiritual growth.

We also have need for Associate Prayer Chaplains who function much like a prayer chaplain, with the following difference:

  • Associate prayer chaplains do not prayer with congregants after USC services;
  • They do not serve as Sunday Prayer Chaplain who reads the Daily Word, explains the Power of the Month, and blesses the prayer box; and
  • They are not required to attend monthly prayer chaplain meetings (although they may attend if they wish).