General information

Welcome to the Cherry City

Cherries. No other symbol is as strongly associated with Zug as the cherry. And why not? Zug is famous for it’s Kirschtorten and Kirsch brandy.

In the Heart of Switzerland

Zug and it's cherry connection is just one of the many interesting subjects worth learning about while you are living in Zug. Zug is not only centrally located in the middle of Switzerland (and a beautiful place to live) it is very international and rich in history.

We Weclome You!

It can be frustrating when you are in a new or unfamiliar place and don’t know your way around, don’t know the language and don’t know many people. One way to overcome these obstacles is to integrate!

Sounds Easy Enough

Good Shepherd is here to help you on your spiritual journey and we hope to provide you with a spiritual oasis in what can seems like a dry desert. The FMZ (Fachstelle Migration Zug) is an Information and Advice Center for migrants and they aim to help you in the other aspects of your new life in Zug. No matter how long you plan to reside in our charming city, they offer very useful information and tips on how to make your stay easier. 

Cathy Newman is the English-speaking Consultant and Course Leader for the Migrant Community. She is ready to welcome you and help guide you to integrating to every day life in Switzerland. 

We at Good Shepherd hope you will enjoy your stay!