Entrance on Schanzengasse down the stairs at the side of the church.
From the Wipkingerplatz tram stop walk 100m (1 block) uphill along Rosengartenstrasse, turning left
before you cross Wipkingerweg. Enter the first wood-framed door on your left, up one flight of stairs
turning left and enter the first door on the right. We will have a greeter to help you find your way!
From Main Station: Kirchgemeindehaus Neumünster, Seefeldstrasse, 91 8008 Zurich can be easily reached from Zurich Bahnhofquai/HB by tram line 4 (direction Tiefenbrunnen, to the Feldeggstrasse stop). Also paying parking spaces are available in the Feldegg parkhaus (multi-level).
Directions to Helferai:
From Zurich Main Station: take the number 4 tram to the Helmhaus stop.
From Bellevue: take either the number 4 or 15 tram to the Helmhaus. After exiting the tram, find the small stairs under the portico opposite of the river. The top of these stairs will place you at the foot of the Grossmuenster church, with its two prominent towers unique on the Zurich skyline. Pass to the right (south) side of the church and turn more uphill (left) on to Kirchgasse. Number 13 Kirchgasse will be on your left a few doors up from the Grossmuenster.
Corner of Minervastrasse and Eidmattstrasse.
Directions for public transport:
From Main Station (HB): Tram 11(Rehalp) to Kreuzplatz or Signaustrasse or
Bus 31(Hegibachplatz) to Kreuzplatz or Signaustrasse
From Stadelhofen Station: Tram 11 (Rehalp) to Kreuzplatz or Signaustrasse. From Signaustr walk back a bit and take the second street on your the right.
Tram 15 (Klusplatz) or S18 to Kreuzplatz. From Kreuzplatz continue in the same direction as tram, walk past the Cafè Bohemia, then take the second street on your left.
Meeting is held in the conference room on the 2nd Floor.
This meeting is held at the Salvation Army (Heilsarmee) building in the big meeting room on the ground floor.
Public Transport from Main Station:
Tram 3 or 14 to Stauffacher, change to Tram 8 to Helvetia Platz
Salvation Army (Heilsarmee) building across the big open square on Molkenstrasse.