In Rome, church history is still being made. This chaotic city of four million people is home to diplomats, students, refugees, businessmen, pilgrims, Mafiosi and priests alike. Traditions are many and varied in this religious capital, but traditional forms and methods are not the way forward in reaching out with the Good News. We need a more fluid, people-centered definition of "church" in Rome; one that favors community and is flexible enough to adapt to being the church in real life. How can you fit in? Just about any way you can think of!
Contact Rome@efca.org to find out more!
Producers: Jennifer Stork and Timothy Yates