The Upper Room is a small church in the Regent Square area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
In January 2018, we relocated from the Squirrel Hill neighborhood.
We participate in God’s mission to the world by calling new people into relationship with Jesus Christ, equipping them as disciples for ministry, and sending them into the world in mission.
To live out this purpose, we believe that God has called us to be a cross-cultural, sacramental, and missional community:
Cross-cultural: As a congregation, we seek to be cross-cultural, including people “from every nation and all tribes and peoples and tongues, standing before the throne and before the Lamb.” (Rev. 7:9-10) At the heart of being a cross-cultural community is building relationships with people different from ourselves.
Sacramental: We seek to be a community that takes a holistic approach to discipleship, engaging both the mind and the senses, particularly by lifting up the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
Missional: We seek to participate in Christ’s mission of redeeming the world in all facets of our lives.