Italian Evangelicals Fight to Legalize Their Places of Worship

(Evangelical Focus) Evangelical Christians in Northern Italy are determined to find a solution for the closure of their places of worship by local authorities.

In the last three years, 27 places of worship were closed in the region of Lombardy, which affected around forty communities, considering that sometimes two or three churches meet in the same place.

“There is not a real estate market of places of worship conditionated for that use, as required by law. Some communities that lost their meetinghouses, now gather in private houses, but many have directly disappeared”, Daniel Magnin, pastor of the “Un Nuovo Giorno” church in Monza, says.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    So sad. Italians should worship Jesus Christ and give the Biblical people plenty places to worship Him. Good life and beauty means nothing apart from Jesus Christ.