You’re invited to commit to reading the Bible every day this summer! You may choose one of four suggested plans:
- Mark’s gospel (for children)
- John’s gospel in 21 days
- A 60-day Bible overview
- A 100-day Bible overview.
Pick up a reading list at the church or sign up to receive daily emails (starting Monday June 11, 2012)
On Saturday June 2, Rome Baptist Church will host a one-day seminar titled “Go and Make Disciples”…Mission Impossible? The speaker will be Ian Coffey from the U.K. Childcare must be booked in advance by calling Mary Styles at 06 3089 3194. Lunch shall not be provided, so you may bring your own or buy something in the vicinity.
The seminar starts at 9:30AM. It is free, though a thank offering will be appreciated.
Please note that 2 June is an Italian public holiday, and so there will be changes in public transportation timetables and routes.
Save the date! The annual Rome Baptist Church picnic will take place on 3 June after the 10.30am worship service.
We will walk together after the service to the picnic spot in the Villa Borghese park. Even if you’ll just be visiting, you’re welcome to join us!
All are welcome to join us for the following Easter services:
5 April – Maundy Thursday service at 19.00 (Communion service)
6 April – Good Friday: prayer and fasting (the church will be open from 07.00-18.00)
8 April – Sunrise service for Easter Sunday at 07.00 at the Pincio in Villa Borghese, overlooking Piazza del Popolo.
Breakfast to follow at RBC
8 April – Easter Sunday service at 10.30
Please note that in the week commencing 1 April there will be no Wednesday prayer and bible study, and no women’s bible study and choir rehearsal on Thursday.
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.