PRAYER

At Orchard, we actively care for one another through prayer, ministry, and support. We believe that the number one thing we can do for Orchard is pray. 

Intercessory Prayer Group (IPG)

Every Monday morning, a dedicated group of women meets in our Chapel to pray for the people of Orchard, their loved ones, the staff, our community and world, and for special requests . They also plan occasional prayer vigils and special prayer services.

Prayer Concerns

We distribute prayer concerns from prayer requests we receive from our family of faith in various ways:

  • A weekly updated list available on Sunday mornings in the bulletins. There is also a long terms prayer list available at the Welcome Desk;

  • In our newsletter, the Orchard Harvester;

  • Via our email prayer list, the Caring Connection (see below). 

If you have a prayer request, please feel free to send us a request by clicking below.

 

You can also:

  • Fill out a prayer card found in the pew pockets in the sanctuary;

  • Call 248-702-6265, our dedicated prayer phone line. We will try to answer every call as it comes in. In the event we cannot get to a call immediately, there is a dedicated voicemail associated with this phone number; requests will be retrieved as soon as possible.

  • Email prayer@orchardumc.org.

 Prayer requests will remain confidential and not published is you so desire.

Caring Connection

Another way we stay connected to each other is through our email prayer chain called the Caring Connection. Sign up to be part of the "Caring Connection" and receive email news with the immediate needs, joys, and concerns of the family of faith we call Orchard, as well as occasional reminders of special services and ministry opportunities. Sign up here to start receiving the Caring Connection.

Orchard
United Methodist Church

248.626.3620

ministry@orchardumc.org

30450 Farmington Road

Farmington Hills, MI 48334

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