From the outside, this is one hell of a brick! It's the first church in Switzerland entirely built by concrete. I must have passed it by countless times without realizing this was a church. It looked more like an abandoned factory building or something. Never judge a church by its outside, though, 'cause once you open the doors, you are in for a something truly unique. I was astonished how something that looked so cold and soulless from the outside could be so warm and atmospheric on the inside. The huge glass windows are simply iconic. When the sun shines, the rays project all kinds of colors onto the church's stone walls, it's absolutely beautiful. A huge Jesus on the cross is painted onto the stone, and it's just gorgeous—the colors of the paintings and the patterns of cloths on the altars give the church almost a Bohemian vibe—golden, red, purple, and it all works wonderfully with the warm dark wood of the seats. It's really hard to describe, I guess you just have to see it for yourself! I drop in every time I'm in the area, thankful for a little respite in this very special and inviting church. One of the most beautiful churches in Switzerland, I am sure, possibly even in the world.