We meet on Sundays at former HelgeAndskyrkan – Time: 15:00 You are welcome!

26/10   David Sirviö, pastor i Linné- & Wesleykyrkan Limhamn
2/11   Ingmar Aronson
9/11    Ingmar Aronson
16/11   Ingmar & Tina Aronson
23/11   Tom Bedford, pastor i Bread of Life Church, Fresno, Californien USA
30/11   Daniel Segerfast
7/12   Christian Wendesten, pastor i Göteborgskyrkan

Fågelbacksgatan 11, near Kronprinsen.

Just arrived to Sweden?

Here are some links that maybe helpful


Your Rights in Sweden

Migrationsverket  – Information from TheSwedish Migration Board. Available in English and 19 other languages. Here you find information about working andstudying in Sweden, and how to become a Swedish citizen.

Sweden  – The official gateway to Sweden. Here you can findquick facts about Sweden, information about everyday life in Sweden, work, education, health care andnews.

Malmö – The Official Malmö website. In here you find information about education, work, social welfare and everything important about Malmö

www.expatsinsweden.com  – Information about living and working inSweden.


Skolverket  – Information about the Swedish educationsystem.

Högskoleverket  – Information inEnglish and 9 other languages about higher education in Sweden. Högskoleverket (Swedish National Agency for HigherEducation) is the public agency responsible for recognising qualifications from abroad.


Arbetsförmedlingen  – The SwedishPublic Employment Service. Information about working in Sweden. The information is also in many otherlanguages.

Job search engines in Swedish:

www.jobbsafari.se , www.monster.se ; http://www.arbetsformedlingen.se/platsbanken

Labour Unions

Most employees in Sweden are members of a national labour union. In Sweden, there are three large confederations ofunions; from their sites you can find the union that suits you and your job. A common way to find a job is throughcontacts but there are also some companies that work as job traders, and a governmental agency that works with thelabour market. Below is a selection of links to labour unions, all of which have their own unemployment insurancefunds.

LO  – is the centralorganisation for 14 affiliates which organise workers within both the private and the public sectors. Available also inSpanish, French and German.

Unionen  – is Sweden’s largest trade union on theprivate labour market and the largest white-collar union in the world.

SACO  – The SwedishConfederation of Professional Associations. Here you search for information by occupation. Information in English and 8other languages.

Kommunal  – is the SwedishMunicipal Workers’ Union. Information in English and 17 other languages.

Health Care

Sweden Info  – Information about health care, health, socialissues/insurance from the Swedish government.

If you need ambulance call 112.

Pharmacies open from 8:00 – 22:00:

Bergsgatan 48, 21422 Malmö, Apoteket Gripen, Phone – 0771-450450

Swedish supermarkets have the right to sell medicine such as painkillers, for example

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