Greetings! It is great to hear from brothers in Switzerland. One side of my family moved to the US from there. I would love to see more communication from the brethren overseas, as well as more communication between the ACCA and ACCN here in North America.
I have read up on the history of our denomination a bit and as far as I understand it quite a lot of the ACCA folks either descend directly from original Swiss (or German) ACC members emigrating to the US or from Swiss Anabaptist families (Amish or Mennonite) that had emigrated to the US at an earlier stage and then switched to the ACCA once it was established in the US under Benedict Weyeneth. Do you know where your ancestors came from?
I have read a lot of the threads on these forums and found out that in general, the ACCA and also ACCN seem to be quite a bit more conservative than our Swiss churches - at least the "tolerant" side, to which I belong. On the other hand, the conservative ("intolerant" - aka non mustachio-wearing) side here in Switzerland is even far more conservative than today's ACCA. They are comparable to the German ACC's in the US.
I would assume that the important doctrinal differences (happy to elaborate on some if there is any interest) between the Swiss and US-denominations might be one of the reasons why there is not an awful lot of communication happening between those on the official level. However, it would be great to communicate unofficially on these boards and learn about each other, even if not agreeing on all aspects.
Greetings from Switzerland!