About The Upper Room

The Upper Room® is a global ministry dedicated to supporting the spiritual life of Christians seeking to know and experience God more fully. From its beginnings in 1935 as a daily devotional guide, The Upper Room has grown to include publications, programs, prayer support, and other resources to help believers of all ages and denominations move to a deeper level of faith and service.

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Mailing & Street Address
1908 Grand Avenue
PO Box 340004
Nashville, TN 37212


To Make a Donation
Amy Skerratt
Phone: (615) 340-7212
Email: askerratt@upperroom.org
Your gift matters.

The Upper Room Magazine Editorial Department
Phone: (615) 340-7200
Email: ureditorial@upperroom.org


Customer Service
Phone: (800) 972-0433
Email: URMclient@emailcustomerservice.com

The Living Prayer Center
Phone: (800) 251-2468
Email: prayer@upperroom.org
Web: prayer-center.upperroom.org/


The Upper Room Chapel & Museum
Phone: (615) 340-2705
Web: chapel.upperroom.org

The Upper Room International Ministries
Tia Runion
Phone: (615) 340-7251
Email: trunion@upperroom.org
Web: international.upperroom.org


Emmaus Ministries
Edna Vaughan
Phone: (615) 340-7113
Email: evaughan@upperroom.org
The Walk to Emmaus
Face to Face

Academy for Spiritual Formation
Donna Bryant
Phone: (615) 340-7233
Email: academy@upperroom.org
Web: academy.upperroom.org


eLearning Courses
Sharon Conley Cottingham
Phone: (615) 340-7525
Email: urelearning@upperroom.org
Web: elearning.upperroom.org

Young Adult Spiritual Formation Magazines
Melanie Hooper
Email: mhooper@upperroom.org
Phone: (615) 340-7247
Phone: (615) 340-7333


Young Adult Spiritual Formation Programs
Geoffrey Parker
Phone: (615) 340-7227
Email: gparker@upperroom.org
Journey to the Table
Discovery Weekend

Upper Room Books Editorial Department
Phone: (615) 340-7200
Email: books@upperroom.org

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. . . The police were getting the closest families to evacuate. My house was close enough that we could see things happening but far enough away to be safe. The police had told some people to wait in front of our house where it was safe. There was a father and his young son outside our house, and they were getting cold. We invited them to come inside until it was safe. Thankfully, the situation was resolved without anyone getting hurt." Read more from Pockets magazine.