Healing Service Survey Results

Published on: June 1, 2014

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We asked Unity leaders about the healing services they offer at there spiritual community. Here are the results that we thought would interest you and supply helpful information for your ministry.


1) What is your church size?

28 Answered / 0 Skipped.

Church size varied across the sample population. The response count is shown in parentheses.

HealingServSurvey_22) Which of the following specific “healing/wholeness” services are done on a weekly basis? (Check all that apply)

23 Answered / 5 Skipped.

Fifty-two percent of the responses hold separate healing services, and fifty-two percent incorporated it into Sunday services. Seventeen percent offer a sign-up basis. Response counts are in parentheses.

HealingServSurvey_33) If you hold separate specific “healing” services, how often are they held?

24 Answered / 4 Skipped.

The majority of healing services are held either weekly or monthly. Response counts are in parentheses.

HealingServSurvey_44) Do you call it a healing service or something else?

24 Answered / 4 Skipped.

HealingServSurvey_55) What do you call the service?

19 Answered / 9 Skipped.

Several names are used for healing services. The most commonly used names are along the lines of healing service or healing circle. Example names given by the respondents are grouped by similarity.

HealingServSurvey_66) What does the healing service include? (Check all that apply.)

25 Answered /3 Skipped.

HealingServSurvey_77) Who facilitates the service (i.e., prayer chaplains, licensed teachers, senior or associate ministers)? (Check all that apply.)

21 Answered /7 Skipped.

The Communications Circle at Unity Worldwide Ministries wants to thank Marti Hayes for her assistance in creating the survey on Survey Monkey, to Dinah Chapman, seminary student at Unity Institute, for her time generating this report, and to the Unity leaders who took the time to respond to this survey.

Kristen Preud'homme
Executive Director of Communication and Technology at Unity Worldwide Ministries
Kristen, ordained Unity minister, is responsible for overseeing events, graphics, printed and media communications of all kinds as well as directing the Unity Identity Program. Her focus is to create greater connection and communication among ministers, ministries and Unity Worldwide Ministries.

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