Italian-French-Swiss Urantia Conference

6th October to 8th October, 2017

We invite you to our third yearly Italian-Swiss-French conference, taking place this year in the city of Rimini, in northern Italy.

The theme for this conference is: “Doing the Will of the Father.” We will read and study the following Urantia Book selections: 108:2.10 / 11:5.4 / 141:2.2 / 153:3.2, and Papers 110 and 111. This will be a spiritually uplifting meeting of people sharing high ideals, and who love to share these teachings in-person with other readers from all over Europe.

Our conference is open to all persons interested in The Urantia Book and even for English-German or Spanish speaking Urantia Book readers with our on-location translators. We look forward to welcoming again last year’s participants, as well as meeting new friends.


The Hotel Bikini offers us special room rates—all rooms are right on the sea with a superb view! Room prices include a rich breakfast buffet for the participants.

45 Euro per person per night for a double occupancy double room
60 Euro per person per night for single-occupancy double
15 Euro lunch, including beverages and coffee
15 Euro dinner, including beverages and coffee


Please register for the conference as soon as possible by sending me an e-mail before 20 September 2017!

A 20 Euro registration fee will be payable at the conference.


Viale Cristoforo Colombo 4
447921 Rimini RN, Italy
Tel +39 0541 25700
Website Hotel
Email: [email protected]

Please note: You are required to reserve your rooms directly with the hotel!

The special rates will be available to us from Thursday, October 5, to Monday, October 9.


Bologna’s Airport is about 100 km away. A bus service every hour costs 20 Euro. The train from Bologna Station is direct to Rimini and not expensive.

Rimini, where our Hotel Bikini is located, is a city of 146,606 inhabitants in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy and capital city of the Province of Rimini. It is one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe, thanks to its 15-kilometre-long (9 mi) sandy beach, over 1,000 hotels, and thousands of bars, restaurants and clubs.