Pastoral Care

The Pastoral Care ministries of HPUMC offer the hope and healing of Christ to a hurting world. In addition to providing support ministries and resources, we foster caring connections within our congregation and community.

Scroll below to see the ministries and resources offered by HPUMC Pastoral Care. You may reach us by calling 214-523-2233 or emailing

If there is a critical pastoral care need after business hours, please call 214-521-3111 and follow the prompts. A pastor will return your call as soon as possible.

Hospital Visits

Please call 214-523-2233 and let us know your name, the hospital, and the date of your admittance, or click here to send your information electronically. Privacy laws prohibit hospitals from notifying us that you are with them.


You may submit a prayer request online or via phone at 214-599-9485.

Spiritual Support

If you are dealing with challenging life circumstances, our Pastoral Care team offers support, prayer, counseling, and more. We walk compassionately with others through difficult times. Click below to view all of the resources we offer.

Milestone Moments


We are blessed to participate in this holy sacrament of baptism with your family. We believe that by choosing to have your child baptized, you are being connected to the body of Christ, the larger church family of HPUMC. The baptismal covenant is connectional in nature, made in public, and witnessed by others who vow to support your family in nurturing the development of your child.


HPUMC is honored to host many weddings each year.

Memorials and Funerals

A funeral or memorial service can present a bewildering array of details to be resolved in a short span of time. As we work with you to plan your loved one’s service, we will walk you through these details so you’ll know what the church will handle for you and what you need to handle yourself.

The Columbarium

Situated around the base of Cox Chapel and nestled amid stately trees and landscape, the Columbarium at Highland Park is a serene place for contemplation and celebration of the lives of loved ones.