Unity of Houston is a Community of Caring
Everyone needs some care & support at times. We are here to provide that, to walk with each other along the path of being and becoming. At Unity, we offer a number of ways to care for you. Please let us know how we can support you best.
Our Pastoral Care program provides prayer and spiritual support at Unity of Houston. We offer prayer, hospital visits, home visits, nursing home visits, hospice visits, grief and loss workshops, grief and loss counseling. (Visits are made in accordance with current COVID restrictions at hospitals, nursing homes, and hospice locations.)
We are here to support you in prayer. You may make prayer requests by phone, before/after Sunday services, or with an online prayer request form. All prayer requests are confidential and may be anonymous. Our Prayer Team holds requests in prayer for 30 days. You may also request prayer through Silent Unity.
Our prayer ministry is called Unity Prayer Partners and consists of leaders in the church who have extensive training in prayer for others and praying with others.
As part of our prayer ministry, we have Unity Prayer Partners to help. A Unity Prayer Partner is available for one-on-one prayer, in Spanish or English, before or after services. Unity Prayer Partners wear badges with purple ribbon and are located in the Sanctuary, lobby, and courtyard on Sundays. You can also request a monthly phone call from a Prayer Partner
1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month | 7:00 pm -8:15 pm | Chapel or Zoom
Living Spiritually with Cancer is a Unity pastoral care ministry whose mission is to encourage and empower cancer patients, cancer survivors, and their families. Our goal is to share our spiritual practices to lift up our cancer communities and their families with love, care, and spiritual guidance.
2nd Tuesday of each month | 2:00 pm -3:00 pm | Zoom
Our group provides education, support and spiritual food for care givers. Caregivers are men, women, young, old, from every corner of the world and every way of life. They care for their parents, spouses, siblings, friends, and children. They do the hard work of taking care of the vulnerable among us often without requesting the responsibility. This group is for you… the Givers.
1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month | 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm | Chapel
This is a group for people who are coping with the devastating loss of a loved one to suicide. This group offering a safe and loving space for survivors to come for comfort and healing. If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you don’t have to cope alone. This group is here to help you navigate and recover through this loss.
Spiritual counseling is assisting a person with finding and developing a right relationship with God Source. It is dedicated to the spiritual growth and understanding of the client. We are Fully human and Fully divine, and it is necessary to awaken to and grow from the spiritual as well as tending our human growth and to learn that the spiritual understanding will overcome all human challenges.