On the night between 24 and 25 March, Daylight Saving Time in Europe will begin. This means that you may need to wake up one hour earlier in order to enjoy the entire Sunday morning service.
The 2012 edition of the Rome Marathon will be held on Sunday 18th of March. Starting from 9am, a large section of Rome’s city center will be closed to traffic in order to ensure the safety of the runners.
If you’re planning on coming to Rome Baptist using public transportation, we suggest that you take the metro instead of a bus. The stop closest to us is Spagna on the red line/ Linea A.
Sunday 26 February will be a chance to learn more about the ministries at Rome Baptist Church, with some surprises and changes from our normal schedule!
On this day only, there will be no Sunday school classes or children’s church.
Some activities will not resume until later in January: details below!
Bible study fellowship resumes on 16 January
English classes resume on 31 January
Wednesday prayer and Bible study resumes on 18 January
Women’s Bible study resumes on 19 January
Choir rehearsal resumes on 19 January
All other activities run as per the calendar.
Rome Baptist Church will be open from 8pm onwards on 31 December for our annual watchnight service. Everyone is welcome!
If you are planning on using public transport, note that buses and trams will stop service at 9:00pm while the metro will run until 2:30am on January 1.
On Christmas morning we will have Sunday school classes at 9.30 and our worship service at 10.30. All are welcome!
If you are planning on using public transport, note that buses, trams and the metro will run from 8.00am to 1.00pm. Buses and trams (but not the metro) will resume service at 4.30pm and run until 9.00pm.
All are welcome to join us at 7:00PM on Saturday 24 December for our Christmas Eve service, where we’ll enjoy the candlelight and share the Lord’s supper. (We will finish in time to return home on public transport which runs until 9:00PM.)