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Ministry snapshots from Switzerland (Germany speaking)

The project “LEGO City” can be booked by churches, evangelical churches or individuals.

A staff member of SU Switzerland leads the event together with members of the local church. In seven to nine working hours children build a city with a castle, a skyscraper, a church, a railway station, a football stadium and many other buildings (to fifteen metres) – up to forty children can participate.

During the breaks, children are taken into the world of the Bible. They discover that the Biblical stories have a connection with their lives and that God wants to meet them through Jesus.

The building phase is finalised with an opening event. Depending on the church we also perform a common service. Children can invite their parents, friends and relatives to the preview.

LEGO City creates new encounters, especially for children and their parents without any connections to church. The project promotes social behaviour and children's creativity.

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Your gift will help us to transform the lives of children in Switzerland (Germany speaking).

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Industriestrasse 1
8404 Winterthur

Tel: +41 52 245 14 45

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Chairperson: Carola Koch

National Leader: Markus Giger

Business Manager: Matthias Ziehli

Peter Egli, Andreas Grossmann, Stefan Fischer, Michael Matter, Ruedi Kündig, Marc Lendenmann, Sara Schmidt, Magda Wassmer, Steven Leuenberger, Silke Sieber, Angelika Kündig

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All about Switzerland (Germany speaking)

  • Population


  • Religion

    Roman Catholic 38.2%, Protestant 26.9%, Muslim 4.9%, Other Christian 5.7%, Other 1.6%, None 21.4%, Unspecified 1.3%
  • Population under 15


  • Official language

    German, French, Italian and Romansh