Language may serve as a barrier, but there are many opportunities where it does not. Below, you can find some suggestions for activities. Once you have got to know a few people, you will feel encouraged to become more involved.
Swiss National Day — 1 August 2018
- 10.00 am
Celebratory peal of bells
- 10.15 am
Joint service with Zug Anglican Church
led by Pfarrerin Irène Schwyn und Rev. Paul Brice
Music: Lisbeth and Ruedi Bieri yodel duo, Ruedi Renggli accordion
Crèche during service
- 11.15 am
Welcome and opening of buffet. Sausages from the barbecue, salads, coffee and cake.
Musical accompaniment: accordion and yodel duo
- 12.30 pm and 1.00 pm
Tours of the bell tower and a chance to ring the bells by hand - with Peter Renggli
The Reformed Church in Zug is open to visitors from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
- Meditation: a Christian way
«In meditation you are learning to be. Just to be, as you are.» (John Main)
Meditation is an ancient form of contemplative prayer that seeks God in the silence and stillness beyond word or thought. A new group will be meeting to explore the ancient tradition and contemporary practice of Christian meditation. We would like to invite you to come along. All are welcome: whether new to meditation, or an experienced practitioner, we are always beginning. The group will meet once a month, for an hour, and include a teaching from the World Community for Christian Meditation, and a period of silence for meditation. The Reformed Church, Zug, is kindly hosting us in the mediation room. The meetings will be held in English (but the silence is universal)
When: 5:30pm – 6:30pm, 2nd Wednesday of each month, starting 8th May 2019.
Where: Meditation Room, Reformed Church Zug.
Contact: Harry Devonshire: +41 79 618 2074 / email@example.com
Dates Christian Meditation Group:
Children’s Afternoon, Baar, Kirchenzentrum, Haldenstrasse 6a
Every second Wednesday, except school holidays. For the detailed program and exact dates, contact Lukas Dettwiler, phone 041 760 22 18, lukas.dettwiler(at)ref-zug.ch