Colorful Islands in the Church Landscape

There are hundreds of migrant churches in Switzerland. Immigrants seem to prefer to start a new church instead of attending existing Swiss ...

A Cultural Festival for a Common God

Colors of Worship was the motto under which around 350 immigrants and Swiss Christians met for a colorful festival last Saturday in Zurich. "Although we come from so many different nations, we...

Opinions on and from the AGiK Event "Colors of Worship"

"I have been living in Switzerland for the last 18 years. It has become my second home. God means everything to me and it is important for me to be able to worship Him in church in my own...

In Love, But Worlds Apart

In January, FamilyLife carried out a seminar for intercultural couples for the first time. A total of seventeen Swiss men and women, single or married, attended with their partner from countries such...

Meetings for Turkish Speakers

On the hottest day of this year, there was an unusual meeting in Winterthur.  Once again, after several years, a seminar for Turkish-speakers from all over Switzerland was held on June 30, and the...

AGiK Forum – a Foretaste of Heaven

The AGiK Forum is a special event. It's where Swiss and foreigners, pastors and intercultural workers meet and get new impulses, can exchange ideas and experiences as well as meet people from...

“Heaven is Multicultural”

AGiK Forum 2012

Around 300 Swiss and international Christians met on Saturday, 28 April 2012 to pray together for unity and reconciliation. This AGiK Forum prayer event was organised by the Intercultural Working...

Jesus Was Already a Migrant

The Intercultural Working Group (AGiK) of the Swiss Evangelical Alliance (SEA) carried out a conference on intercultural cooperation on April 30, 2011 in Hägendorf. Zürich, May 2, 2011 (df) –...

Muslims are more religious through instruction

A large minority of young western Europeans have no religious instruction. Many have no particular faith. A survey in France, Spain and Great Britain showed striking differences between domestic and...

Manage the Upper Dwelling!

How do I tell a Turk something about God when he can only think about his house in Turkey?How can I bridge the gap?