The Italy Rome Mission is one of two LDS missions in Italy. The other mission, the Italy Milan Mission, is to the north. Although the name of the mission corresponds to the location of its headquarters (in Rome), the mission encompasses the entire southern portion of Italy, including the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. It also includes the small island nation of Malta.
The church congregations (called "wards" and "branches") within the Italy Rome Mission are administered by 4 stakes, 1 mission district, and one branch in Malta that is directly administered by the Mission. Missionaries in the Mission are assigned to all of the units within the Mission boundaries, as needed. The Mission President, in consultation with the Stake Presidents of the 4 stakes, is responsible for determining where missionaries are assigned to labor.
Church units and missionary zones in which I have served are in bold red text.
L'Aquila BranchRoma 5th BranchPescara WardRoma 2nd WardRoma 3rd WardRoma 6th WardTerni Ward
Battipaglia BranchCastellammare BranchFlegreo BranchNapoli BranchOlbia BranchOristano BranchSassari BranchCagliari WardCaserta WardLadispoli WardRoma 1st WardRoma 4th Ward
Bitonto BranchBrindisi BranchCatanzaro BranchCosenza BranchCrotone BranchLecce BranchBari Liberta WardBari Poggiofranco WardFoggia WardTaranto 1st WardTaranto 2nd Ward
Agrigento BranchGela BranchMistretta BranchPalermo 3rd Branch (English Speaking)Siacca BranchSigonella BranchTràpani BranchCatania WardMessina WardPalermo 1st WardPalermo 2nd WardRagusa WardSiracusa WardReggio Calabria Branch
Mosta Branch (Malta)