Welcome! Shed the hustle and bustle.Let the church space affect you. Feel the silence. Come to rest. Unwind. Perhaps with a prayer. Not always, but always again our church is open and invites you to take a break. You can learn about it’s history. You can pick up a song book and read. Someone will be there for a conversation. Or you can just sit on one of our church benches, rest and riinvigorate yourself. Your are cordially invited to step in!
What are the experiences of a protestant congregation in Italy, which has German roots? How are the Lutherans living ecumenical Christianity with other churches? And why don’t we protestants have immages of saints in our churches, but a women on our pulpit?
Such and similar questions have we been asked by our visitors. We are delighted by every visitor, but also interested groups and will gladly talk about our church and Martin Luther.
You are looking for the Buddenbrooks of Thomas Mann? Or are you looking for a mystery novel as bedside reading? Are you interested in an educational guidebook. Or do you want to read some fairy tales to your grandchildren? Our library offers a large variety of German and Italian books. Our library team is happy to offer any suggestions. You can borrow whatever suits your interest.
Furthermore we have a shelf for swapping books. There you can leave those books of yours which you no longer want in your own library and take home something new.