Your questions, answered.

What is Unite?

In 2010, students from across the Twin Cities came together for monthly prayer and worship gatherings. When local pastors saw the unity taking place, they offered to help facilitate a city-wide event. We decided to host the event on the National Day of Prayer, and more than a thousand people from the Twin Cities came together to worship and pray. Since then, UNITE has grown into an annual event that brings together hundreds of churches across the Twin Cities.

What does the event cost? Do I need a ticket?

UNITE is free and open to the public. No ticket required! All seating will be general admission—first come, first served.

How early can I get there?

The event will start at 7PM, and doors will open at 6PM.

Can I reserve seating?

Because we expect a full venue, we ask that you do not reserve seats for anyone not already in the venue.

Where should I park?

Grace Church has plenty of free parking around the venue.

Will there be an ASL interpreter at the event?

Yes! Our team will provide a designated ASL section with an ASL interpreter.

Can we watch the event online?

Yes! UNITE will be streamed live online at unitendop.com/live.

What is the National Day of Prayer?

The National Day of Prayer was established in 1952 by Harry Truman. This annual tradition is observed every year on the first Thursday in May. You can read more here.

How can I get involved?

Individuals can find opportunities to volunteer, while churches and ministries can find way to partner with us!