Participating in Church life


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.
 

New coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2, Covid-19)

Access to indoor events for people aged 16 and over is restricted to holders of a valid COVID certificate. Exempt are religious ceremonies, funerals, events that fall within the scope of the normal activities and services of public authorities, political events and self-help groups with up to 50 people.

For more information please consult the  website of the Federal Office of Public Health FOPH.
  

Upcoming Events

  • Advent wreaths and other decorations
    Make your own Advent wreath. For children and adults of any age. There is plenty of greenery. Wreath bases, decorations and candles are for sale (or you can bring your own). Be as creative as you want to be, and avoid making a mess in your home. The proceeds are used to support charitable projects.

    Prices  Children CHF 5.00, Adults CHF 12.00
    Where  Kirchenzentrum Zug, Bundesstrasse 15
    When Tuesday, 23 November, to Saturday, 27 November, 9.00-12.00 a.m. and 1.30-6.00 p.m.

    Please contact Lea Sonnleitner in advance:  phone 041 726 47 23 (Tuesday/Thursday), lea.sonnleitner(at)ref-zug.ch

 

  • Christmas Carol Service
    The Anglican Church in Zug is holding its annual Christmas Carol Service at the Reformed Church in Zug. All are welcome.

    Where  Reformed Church, Alpenstrasse, Zug
    When  Friday 10th December 2021 at 6.30 p.m.

 

Groups and recurring events

   

  • KINAMI Children’s Afternoon
    Usually once a month, on Wednesday, except school holidays.
    Where  Baar, Kirchenzentrum, Haldenstrasse 6a
    For the detailed program and exact dates, contact Lukas Dettwiler, phone 041 760 22 18, lukas.dettwiler(at)ref-zug.ch

  

  • 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.
    For details please contact: Harry Devonshire,  h.devonshire(at)argidius.com
     

   

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