World Day of Prayer 2017

Wednesday evening, September 13th at Unity Lincoln we will join together at 6:30pm for our own sacred service.

At 7 pm we will join the 24th World Day of Prayer Opening Ceremony via LiveStreaming.

The keynote speaker, Rev. Linda Martella-Whitsett, vice president of Silent Unity, will speak with music presented by Jana Stanfield.  A highlight will be her song: “I Am, the Power of Peace!”

Please visit www.unity.org/wdop to get more information about World Day of Prayer.

You are also invited to light a virtual candle (www.unity.org/wdop/candle), along with people from all over the world to hold for peace.  Zoom in on the map to get to Unity Lincoln and see the candles we have lit.  This is a fun thing that your kids can do, too!

Let’s see how many candles we can light for Unity Lincoln!



Unity Lincoln
Growing Spiritually Together

Sunday Service & Youth Education 10:30 a.m.

 135 North 31st Street
P.O. Box 30209
Lincoln, NE 68503
(Please send all mail to the P. O. Box)
Phone (402) 476-6887
Dial-A-Prayer (402) 476-7172
email – office@unitylincoln.org

Come celebrate with us in a worship service with a true Unity message!
And then join us in fellowship over refreshments afterward in our Unity Cafe!

 Our Mission

We are a loving spiritual community consciously choosing to
recognize and demonstrate we are God in action.

Our Vision for the World

We joyfully celebrate a loving world of peace, harmony, and abundance.


Unity is a positive spiritual path. We encourage people to explore and apply Unity teachings based on their personal spiritual understanding. We believe this spiritual understanding is enhanced through prayer and meditation.

The Unity way of living incorporates these five basic principles:

  • There is One God.  God is good and everywhere present.
  • The spirit of God lives within each person; therefore, people are inherently good.
  • We create our life experiences through our way of thinking.
  • There is power in affirmative prayer, which increases our awareness of God.
  • Knowledge of these spiritual principles is not enough. We must live them.




We are a nurturing community connecting with all from caring hearts and compassion.


We consciously connect with Spirit and allow it to guide us.
We affirm this Divinity within all creation.


We delight in and encourage our deeply centered happiness.


We recognize, rejoice in, and give thanks for all of God’s gifts.


We embrace each person as a unique expression of God.