The Swiss Religious Heritage Day is dedicated to current issues on church building in Switzerland. It supports the exchange between decision-makers from the church, the historic preservation and the public. The first Swiss Religious Heritage Day took place in 2015 on the topic of converted churches. The second one in 2017 continued this matter and deepened it with concrete examples of Conversions in Switzerland. 2019 is dedicated to the topic of Modern Church Building in Switzerland.Organizationally, the Swiss Religious Heritage Day is affiliated to the Liturgical Competence Center at the Theological Faculty of the University of Bern. It is only financed with third-party funds by sponsors.
Bild: Nathan Coley, The Lamp of Sacrifice, 286 Places of Worship, Edinburgh, 2004, bearbeiteter Ausschnitt aus der Installation in der Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2014), Courtesy Studio Nathan Coley.