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We met at our house last month and squeezed into our front room! After sharing birthday cake and making plans for the service on 16th December and our YMOSES Christmas social we watched a clip from 'The Nativity' DVD and discussed what it would have been like for Mary to be visited by Angel Gabriel. This led onto a discussion about Nazareth, pre-destination and angels today!

We will meet again on 9th December for our Christmas games and pizza evening and then back to normal at Chris and Charlotte's on January 13th 2019!

YMOSES (Youth Meeting On Sunday EveningS) is an informal, faith-based discussion group for secondary-school age (and beyond) young people, which meets for an hour every second Sunday of the month, 7:15 — 8:15 pm. New friends always welcome!

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